William Ng, President-Elect of AABANY, was recently featured in Binghamton University’s April 2021 Alumni Newsletter. In the article titled “Alumnus Leads Bar Association, Combats Racism,” William discussed AABANY’s mission of ensuring meaningful participation of Asian Americans in the legal profession. He also highlighted AABANY’s leadership in addressing the rise of hate and violence against the Asian American community. As President-Elect, William looks forward to prioritizing fundraising and ramping up virtual programs to position AABANY for success in a post-pandemic environment. Speaking about his time at Binghamton, William ’04 credits his experience serving in the Student Association and as a Student Conduct Board Member to furthering his interest in law.
The newsletter also acknowledges other Binghamton alumni who have served or currently serve on the AABANY Board:
Yang Chen ’87, Executive Director
Linda Lin ‘00, Past President
William Wang ’00, Past President
Bobby Liu ’93, Former Board Member
Christopher Bae ’10, Secretary
Beatrice Leong ‘06, Membership Director
To read the full article on Binghamton University’s Alumni Newsletter, click here.
China’s Super Consumers: What 1 Billion Customers Want and How to Sell it to Them
September 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. The Wyndham Garden Hotel Chinatown 93 Bowery, Manhattan
China’s economy represents a wave of growing middle class wealth and consumerism that has adopted the “gotta have it” mindset. Join us for an evening with co-author Savio Chan as he explores this birth of consumerism in China and how it will help shape the global economic future.
AABANY congratulates Rio Guerrero, Founding Chair of AABANY’s Immigration and Nationality Law Committee, on recently being appointed to serve as a Co-Chair of the NAPABA Immigration Committee. Also, as a 1998 Brooklyn Law School alumni, Rio has been invited as a guest speaker for the April 4th APALSA 25th Annual Dinner at Brooklyn Law School.
Past President Rob Leung is being honored by the AAAYA (Association of Asian American Yale Alumni) on Saturday, March 9, at the Golden Unicorn. AABANY will be taking a table. AABANY members who wish to join can do so at the subsidized rate of $50 per person. You don’t have to be a Yale alum to attend. If interested, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Seats are limited.
Here are the details:
The Association of Asian American Yale Alumni and the Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance
Cordially invites you to
WELCOME THE YEAR OF THE SNAKE!
Join your fellow Yale alumni at AAAYA’s 5th Annual Lunar New Year Banquet!
Connect and re-connect at the cash bar Happy Hour with dim sum!
Savor a sumptuous 10 course Chinese banquet featuring traditional New Year dishes!
Enjoy the lucky Lion Dance performed by students from P.S. 124, The Yung Wing School!
Honor your fellow Yalies:
Julie Otsuka, YC ’84, National Book Award-nominated author
Robert Leung, LAW ’94, Partner, Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
Ken Chen, LAW ’05, Executive Director, Asian American Writers’ Workshop
The Alumni Association of Hunter College is seeking nominations for the Hunter College Alumni Hall of Fame. Applications are due by November 1. Induction ceremony and reception and the awards luncheon will take place in April or May 2013. For more details read the cover letter here and the nomination for here.