Dorel Nasui is a businessman and an entrepreneur living in the Greater Chicago area. He came to the USA from Romania in 1986 and worked as an IT engineer for Motorola and other companies.
In 1990 he opened his own company, American International Radio, Inc. or AIR: www.airadio.com.
At the present time, AIR is doing business in over 50 countries around the world, having offices in the USA, Germany, Czech Republic, Spain, Romania, Poland, Turkey, Ukraine, Iraq, Dubai, Middle East, and Australia, being one of the largest Motorola Solutions distributor worldwide.
In 2001, Dorel Nasui founded another IT company, Safemobile LLC, to develop IT & mobility solutions for mission critical organizations, oil & gas, transportation and security organizations: www.safemobile.com.
Dorel Nasui is a member in the Board of Directors of Theratest Laboratories www.theratest.com and of XEME Biopharma www.xemebiopharma.com, a company that developed a proprietary cancer vaccine that was approved by the FDA for clinical trials.
Dorel Nasui holds a Ph.D. and a Master of Sciences in Computer Science, Polytechnic University, Bucharest, Romania. He has extensive expertise in the field of international trade, IT and radio communication.
Dorel Nasui is a member of the Chicago State University, College of Business Administration Advisory Board and a member of Delta Mu Delta – International Honor Society in Business Administration.
He is also serving as a member of the Advisory Board for the University Babes-Bolyai, College of Business Administration from Cluj-Napoca Romania. He is also the recipient of the “2013 – Entrepreneur of the Year Award” given by the University Babes-Bolyai, College of Business Administration.
After the anti-communist revolution in Romania, Dorel Nasui contributed to the democratization process of Romania and to the integration of Romania in the NATO forces and in the European Union.
In 1990 he was the speaker and among the founders of the Romanian Freedom Forum organization in Chicago.
In 1998, he became the president of Romania NATO Alliance, doing active lobby on behalf of Romania with the US Government & US Congress.
For these contributions, in 2000, Dorel Nasui was awarded the Romanian National Order “For Merit” by President Emil Constantinescu.
Dorel Nasui was inaugurated as the Honorary Consul of Republic of Moldova to Illinois on November 21st, 2014.
On May 11, 2015, Dorel Nasui received his Ph.D. in System Engineering from the University of Bucharest, College of Automation and Computer Sciences.