Clay Chandler is a best-selling author and editor, an award-winning journalist, and the Asia Editor and an Executive Director at global media company Fortune. With two decades of experience living and working in Asia, he has a deep knowledge of the region’s “big three” economies, China, Japan and India.
As the Asia Editor and an Executive Director at Fortune, Clayton oversees Fortune's editorial operations throughout Asia, including the Chinese-language edition, Fortune China. He also contributes features, commentary and news analysis to the English-language magazine and fortune.com.
From 2008 through 2013, Chandler was Asia Editor for McKinsey & Company, the global consultancy, where he worked with senior partners around the world to develop and share the firm’s knowledge, insight and ideas. While at McKinsey, Chandler led a variety of high profile projects for the firm, including McKinsey’s Reimagining essay series, which he conceived, developed, and currently edits.
Chandler is co-editor with former McKinsey India chairman Adil Zainulbhai of “Reimagining India: Unlocking the Potential of Asia’s Next Superpower,” a collection of 65 essays by global thought leaders on the future of India. He co-edited “Reimagining Japan: The Quest for a Future That Works,” which includes essays on Japan’s future by more than 80 influential thinkers and was released in English and Japanese. Both books were Number 1 Bestsellers in their target markets. Clay also edited “Korea 2020: Global Perspectives for the Next Decade,” and played a key role on McKinsey teams formulating and articulating the firm’s thinking about the changing requirements for effective CEO leadership in a volatile, globalized, hyper-connected world.
Prior to joining McKinsey, Chandler was an award-winning journalist. As Asia Editor of Fortune magazine from 2001 to 2008, he contributed cover stories from around the region and represented the magazine at high-profile gatherings including Fortune’s Global Forum and “Brainstorm” conferences, as well as meetings of the World Economic Forum in China. Chandler joined Fortune after a ten-year stint at The Washington Post where his postings included Washington, DC based chief economic correspondent and Hong Kong-based Asian economic correspondent. He also served as Tokyo correspondent for The Wall Street Journal.
His editorial assignments have taken him to every major Asian economy; Chandler has lived in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai. He is a former fellow of Harvard’s John King Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, a member of the Hong Kong Forum, and serves as a director of the Harvard Club of Hong Kong.
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