Enoch Kim is Executive Vice President for Corporate Strategy & Affairs and a member of the Management Committee at The Asia Group (TAG). As a member of the firm’s corporate leadership team, Enoch is responsible for strategic growth initiatives, services innovation, and brand development to drive TAG’s expansion across the Indo-Pacific region. Over the past ten years, Enoch has worked with the firm’s partners to grow the business from a startup to a multi-disciplinary business advisory with operations in Washington, D.C., New Delhi, Hanoi, Shanghai, Tokyo, and other markets throughout the region.
Enoch is also a principal in the firm’s China Practice, where he brings deep project management expertise across government relations, stakeholder engagement, deal sourcing and execution, enterprise-level risk management, and strategic communications. Enoch has a decade of demonstrated client success – from securing regulatory approvals for foreign investment to navigating issues related to U.S. trade policy, export controls, and CFIUS.
Prior to joining The Asia Group, Enoch served in several roles at the U.S. Department of State, where he supported a number of senior U.S. government officials to advance the Obama Administration’s rebalance to Asia. In 2012, Enoch led the staffing and development of the Department of State’s East Asian and Pacific Affairs Office of Multilateral Affairs, where his work focused on regional institutions, the ASEAN connectivity agenda, and the Lower Mekong Initiative.
Enoch led the restructuring of The Asia Group’s philanthropic profile to advance an integrated model for philanthropy that leverages the firm’s expertise, networks, and resources throughout the Asia-Pacific and the United States. Today, The Asia Group Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a focus on youth education, women’s empowerment, and environmental protection.
Enoch is a member of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. He graduated cum laude from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and received his Master of Arts in International Relations and Economics from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).