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Benjamin S. Seab

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I excel in two areas.

One is having a strong engineering background, being able to go deep technically, but also being able to communicate and apply it to other aspects of the business. This is critical in running technical projects effectively across multiple teams such as sales, operations, marketing, legal, and finance.

Second is being not only bilingual, but also bicultural. Knowing both cultures is almost just as important as knowing both languages. This is especially true for Japan and the United States. I am very effective and have a lot of experience in running bilingual meetings especially focused on technical topics. I receive feedback often that I am able to connect and facilitate discussions in a way they have never seen before between a Japanese and English speaking group.

I look for challenging positions where I can apply the above to help teams and companies succeed.


B.S. degree in Computer Engineering, Cum Laude, 5/2005

Minor: Japanese

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA


Google Japan G.K., Tokyo, Japan

Oct 2017 - Present - Android Enterprise, Business Development Manager

Google Cloud Japan Inc, Tokyo, Japan

February 2015 - Oct 2017 - Google Cloud, Partner Sales Manager

Intel Japan K.K., Tokyo, Japan

March 2011 - February 2015 - Smartphone Team Lead

Intel Japan K.K., Tokyo, Japan

March 2007 - 2011 - Senior Field Applications Engineer

Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California, USA

Jan 2005 - 2007 - Validation Software Engineer

National Instruments Japan, Tokyo, Japan

Summer 2004 - FSE Internship


CPU, PC, Smartphone architecture and design

Windows OS, Smartphone OS solutions (Android, Tizen)

Engineering background with programming experience (C, C++, C#, VB.NET)

CPU architecture and OS architecture (Windows, Linux)

Native English speaker and fluent in Japanese


Senior Project - Car Engine Information Display - Spring-Fall 2004

Developed embedded system to communicate with Engine Control Unit (ECU)

Programmed a software to display and handle data in C#

Implemented multi-threading algorithm to optimize data communication speed