Diversity Best Practices has put together a list of key organizations serving the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. Ascend is the largest, non-profit Pan-Asian organization for business professionals in North America. Established in , Ascend has grown to serve professionals and corporations across various professions and across multiple industries. Ascend reaches 60, people with 30 student chapters and 17 professional chapters located in both the United States and Canada around major business hubs and educational institutions. Ascend offers professional development and career enhancement programs designed to cultivate Pan-Asian talent. Its mission is to grow the Asian-American advertising and marketing industry, raise public awareness of the Asian-American community and further professionalism within the industry.
20 Asian-American Organizations You Need to Know | Diversity Best Practices
Founded in and based in Washington D. Nevertheless, many of these organizations spoke for only a segment of the broader community. Representative Norman Mineta assisted the group in convening a series of meetings to discuss the new organization's mission and functions. NCAPA was formally constituted in NCAPA has been primarily active in politics.
Membership has its benefits. Join your colleagues and enjoy the many benefits of being an AAAS member. The Association for Asian American Studies was founded in for the purpose of advancing the highest professional standard of excellence in teaching and research in the field of Asian American Studies; promoting better understanding and closer ties between and among various sub-components within Asian American Studies: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, Hawaiian, Southeast Asian, South Asian, Pacific Islander, and other groups.