Welcome to the Princeton Club of Washington - PCW's Summer Breakfast Seminar Series on Civic Engagement

 
  Christopher Lu '88 - US Dept. of Labor/Moderator  

PCW's Summer Breakfast Seminar Series on Civic Engagement

OVERVIEW + INVITE to JOIN 4 sessions in the PCW-A4P Breakfast Series. All ALUMNI + GUESTS welcome to SIGN UP for our unique Civic Engagement Breakfast Seminar Series organized by the Asian Pacific American Community (6/28 to 8/03). READ ON...

 

 

 



ALUMNI: MARK 4 DATES, THEN JOIN US -- for 4 seminars in the ...

PCW-A4P SUMMER 2016 Breakfast Seminar Series on Civic Engagement

ALL ALUMNI and GUESTS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED to REGISTER

for PCW-A4P's SUMMER CIVIC ENGAGEMENT SERIES.

THE TALKS ARE CO-SPONSORED and SUPPORTED BY THESE ORGANIZATIONS:

 

-- THE PRINCETON CLUB of WASHINGTON, DC

-- ASIAN AMERICAN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION of PRINCETON

-- ASSOCIATION of PRINCETON GRADUATE ALUMNI

-- ASSOCIATION of BLACK PRINCETON ALUMNI

NOTE: Continental breakfast available (7:30 AM) for EACH SESSION.

SERIES FOCUS: Civic Engagement by the Asian Pacific American Community

The Princeton Club of Washington welcomes all to a summer breakfast
seminar series organized by the Asian American Alumni Association of
Princeton-DC Region (A4P-DC) -- read on for details (below).

Come join our deep discussions and learn about the issues affecting Asian
Pacific Americans (APA) and the broader implications for our communities.
Each session will have an expert moderator to facilitate discussion and
feature knowledgeable speakers with expertise in the topic area.

MARK THE DATES and PLEASE JOIN US on ...
-- JUNE 28
-- JULY 12
-- JULY 20
-- AUGUST 3

REGISTER NOW -- AT THE LINKS BELOW...

We welcome summer interns from around the DC region to participate and
seek to imbue them with a greater sense of purpose and responsibility
for becoming more civically engaged. In this way, we hope to generate
a ripple effect that diffuses knowledge and encourages engagement.

AMONG OUR SPEAKERS and MODERATORS:

CHRISTOPHER LU '88 - Deputy Secretary
US Department of Labor - Former Cabinet Secretary (White House)

EACH SESSION REQUIRES SEPARATE REGISTRATION+PAYMENT ...

SESSION 1: JUNE 28, 2016 - University Club (Washington, DC)
"Pot Shot 'Othering': Getting to the Roots of
American Stereotyping of Asians in 2016."

SPEAKER: John Kuo Wei Tchen, PhD
New York University and Museum of Chinese in America
MODERATOR: Christopher Lu ’88 JD
Deputy Secretary - Department of Labor

EARLY SIGN UP -- BY JUNE 22, 2016, PLEASE ....

EXTRA NOTE: For this educational series of summer talks, there
will be videotaping of the panelist(s) and group discussions.

SESSION 1 DETAILS + REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE.

 

SESSION 2: JULY 12, 2016 - University Club (Washington, DC)
The Missing Minority and the Role of Minority Serving Institutions
SPEAKER:
Neil Horikoshi, JD, MBA, Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund
MODERATOR: Surjeet Ahluwalia, MPP, Asian American LEAD

EXTRA NOTE: For this educational series of summer talks, there
will be videotaping of the panelist(s) and group discussions.

SESSION 2 DETAILS + REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE.

 

SESSION 3: JULY 20 - University Club (Washington, DC)
Investing in Community: Giving for Good among Asian Americans

SPEAKERS:
Angie Tang, ’91 MBA, Asia Value Advisors
Kyung B. Yoon, MA, Korean American Community Foundation
MODERATOR: Victor Kuo, PhD, VK Global Advising

EXTRA NOTE: For this educational series of summer talks, there
will be videotaping of the panelist(s) and group discussions.

SESSION 3 DETAILS + REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE.

 

SESSION 4: AUGUST 3 - University Club (Washington, DC)
The Future of the Asian American Electorate: Growing Influence to Help Our Community

SPEAKER: Janelle Wong, PhD, University of Maryland
MODERATOR: The Honorable Mark Lee Keam, JD, Virginia House of Delegates

EXTRA NOTE: For this educational series of summer talks, there
will be videotaping of the panelist(s) and group discussions.

SESSION 4 DETAILS + REGISTRATION, CLICK HERE

 

WHEN: EACH SESSION begins promptly at 8 am, with full continental
breakfast available beginning at 7:30 am, and concludes by 9:15 am.

WHERE:
The University Club of Washington, DC

1135 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC
METRO OPTIONS: Farragut West + Farragut North

COST:    $25/session + MORE OPTIONS (DETAILS AT SEPARATE SESSION PAGES)
SPECIAL discounts for PCW members ...

$15 -- PCW Member and up to 1 guest (EACH PAID SEPARATELY)
$0 -- International Leadership Foundation (ILF) Interns (1 TICKET LIMIT)

FOR ILF INTERNS ONLY: REGISTER BY EMAIL to rosemariali@alumni.princeton.edu

ORGANIZER CONTACT INFORMATION:
Rose Li, MBA, PhD*92 S*90 P18 -- rosemariali@alumni.princeton.edu -- 301-530-5011
Kitty Hsu Dana ’77, MBA -- kdana@rcn.com -- 301-656-3329


WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING OUR MANY FELLOW ALUMNI + GUESTS.

NOTICE: The Princeton Club of Washington, D.C. is a regional alumni association and as such
is a secular, non-partisan organization dedicated to serving the needs of local alumni of
Princeton University. PCW’s co-sponsorship of this event is not to be interpreted as implying
advocacy either for or against the opinions expressed by those presenting the event itself.


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