Wallace K. Tsuha, Jr.
Mr. Wallace K. Tsuha, Jr.
Chairman and CEO
Saturn Electronic & Engineering, Inc.



Mr. Tsuha founded Saturn in late 1985 to provide engineering design and electronics assembly to the automotive, commercial, and military markets. Prior to the starting Saturn, Mr. Tsuha played major roles in two successful start-ups: Rockwell Automotive Electronics and TRW Transportation Electronics, where he held various key management positions over seven years. Mr. Tsuha began his career in the U.S. Army, where he was instrumental in developing their global communications infrastructure. He then went on to work at General Motors' Advance Electronics Research Laboratory for 10 years. Mr. Tsuha brings with him 40 years of electronics operations, design, and manufacturing experience - specifically in the automotive component industry. He is a board member of the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA), board member of Gentex Corporation, director at the National Minority Supplier Development Council, and Chairman and founder of the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC). Mr. Tsuha was recognized by Inc. 500 Magazine as one of the Fastest Growing Company, six years consecutively. He has also received numerous awards for excellence as a minority businessperson and small business entrepreneur.