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Learn how to Life Hack Your Business with Outsourcing at ACE NextGen presents Launch: 4th Annual National Conference with workshop host, Lakhi Siap!
Lakhi is the founder of the Chicago Asian Network and partner at the East Wave Group, a full-
service Multicultural marketing agency serving the fast-growing Asian American community. He has over

12 years of experience in Asian American outreach, PR, and Business Development. He travels regularly
to the Philippines for international business projects and is involved with US-Philippine leadership
relations programs with US Dept of State and the Philippine Department of foreign affairs.
Find out more about our conference at acenextgen.org/annual-conference
Early Bird ticket prices will end Sept 22!

Come and celebrate AAWPI's 10th anniversary in Chinatown along with national and community leaders and our alumnae on fire on Sunday, October 13th at 2:00pm.
As the country’s only political leadership organization specifically for Asian American women, the Asian American Women's Political Initiative (AAWPI) has worked to ensure that Asian American women have a voice in their government. As we celebrate our 10th year, we want to honor our sheroes while we energize, heal with and continue to fight for our immigrant communities and communities of color.

Our AAWPI alumnae are Dreamers, anti-foreclosure activists who have experienced foreclosure themselves, aspiring artists and filmmakers, nonprofit entrepreneurs and candidates for local officeOne thing that connects us all is our love of community, activism and willingness to fight for our right to be seen and herd. AAWPI is dedicated to changing what politics and government look like and to building this pipeline of low-income, immigrant women from and committed to our communities.

Please join us for our 10th year celebration: Women on Fire featuring Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (WA-07), civil rights attorney and former California Board of Supervisors Jane Kim, and Chinese Progressive Association Executive Director Karen Chen.

AAWPI will be honoring State Rep. Tram Nguyen and Chair of House Ways and Means, State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz as our Legislative Champions and Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) as our Community Champion.

Sunday, October 13th
2:00pm - 4:30pm
Hei La Moon in Boston's Chinatown

September 11, 2019
Early bird tickets for the Asian American Women in Leadership Conference end Sunday, Sept. 15 - don't miss out on this discount!

APPLY TO YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
Applications are open for the 2019-20 Youth Leadership Program! This program is for high school females interested in exploring Asian American identity.

Applications close on Saturday, Oct. 26 and the first session is on Saturday, Nov. 2. 

More information and application can be found here!

UPCOMING EVENTS
ASPIRE Meet and Greet!
Wednesday, Oct. 2
6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
50 Milk Street, 5th floor

Whether you're new to the area or looking to expand your current network, come meet some awesome people and learn about ASPIRE and our open roles! There will be snacks and light refreshments.


Mentorship Program - Self-Care Night!
Friday, Sept. 13
6:30-8 p.m.
50 Milk Street, 16th floor (Room: Edison)

We'll be talking all things self-care! Not only about what you can do at home (face masks and bubble baths!) but also self-care at work (taking time to walk away and finding safe spaces). We'll also practice a self-guided mediation together.

Everyone is invited! Please email mentorship@girlsaspire.org to RSVP or send questions.

Mentorship Program - Experience Chinatown Arts Festival!
Saturday, Sept. 28
1 p.m.
Boston Common/Chinatown

Join us at the (free) Experience Chinatown Arts Festival! Meet us at the Bandstand in Boston Common at 1 p.m. and we'll head over to Chinatown to watch performances, eat food, and check out the festivities.

Everyone is invited, including your friends! Please email mentorship@girlsaspire.org to RSVP or send questions.
JOIN OUR TEAM!
Youth Leadership Program (YLP) Facilitator

In this role, you'll work with the YLP Director in running a development program for Asian American girls aged 14-18. The YLP team member(s) must also adhere to all volunteer expectations and responsibilities listed in the ASPIRE bylaws. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Prepare materials for the Saturday workshops
  • Plan and facilitate sections of Saturday workshops
  • Track attendance of participants
  • Conduct outreach to no-show participants

Requirements:

  • Pass CORI background check
  • Experience with teaching, tutoring, mentoring, and/or workshop facilitation preferred

Time Commitment:
  • Two Saturday afternoons per month November-May

Position application and all other ASPIRE opportunities can be found here. Please email info@girlsaspire.org with any questions.
Did you know that a percentage of your Amazon purchase can be donated to ASPIRE at no cost to you? Start your shopping at smile.amazon.com and choose "Asian Sisters Participating In Reaching Excellence Inc" as your benefiting charity!

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