Wallace Tsuha is the founder and president of Tsuha Capital, a private investment firm focused on making a difference in the environment, natural resources utilization, and quality of life through investment in companies that can make this world a better place. He is also the founder and president of The Tsuha Foundation, which was formed in 2012 and seeks to help low income households and individuals faced with poverty through support for food, education, and college tuition.
Mr. Tsuha served in the U.S. Army before embarking on a successful career in the automotive electronics industry. In 1985, he formed Saturn Electronics & Engineering, Inc., to design and manufacturer automotive electronics for sale to GM, Ford, and Chrysler. From this startup on his kitchen table, he grew the company to over $350 million in revenue and 2,000 employees in four countries (United States, Mexico, Philippines, and China) through acquisitions and internal growth. During this period, he was recognized with many awards for entrepreneurship, including the Entrepreneur of the Year for Inc. Magazine and Small Business Person of the Year for the State of Michigan.
Mr. Tsuha was also a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce in Michigan and the Ace organization in Washington, DC. He has served as member of the Board of Directors for many organizations, including Gentex, National Minority Supplier Development Council, APACC, US Japan Council, and the Original Equipment Supplier Association.