Mannada, the producer of the Cannabis Law Summit and The Maze , is hosting its second annual Cannabis Media Summit (CMS), a conference for journalists, media professionals, newsrooms and cannabis companies.
Registration for the 2019 NAPABA Convention is now open! Join NAPABA in Austin, TX, Nov. 7-10, as NAPABA celebrates its 31st anniversary. Register before Aug. 25 to take advantage of NAPABA’s early bird rates. Make sure your NAPABA membership is current for even more savings!
Book Your Hotel
NAPABA offers a room block at the JW Marriott Austin! Take advantage of the $269/night discounted room rate.
Apply for a Scholarship
NAPABA offers scholarships to defray the cost of Convention. Learn more about NAPABA’s scholarships and apply today!
To register and learn more about the NAPABA Convention, please clickhere. To renew your membership or become a member, please click here.
The Asian American Federation will be holding the Beyond the Model Minority Conference and Dinner Reception on Thursday, June 21st. The Conference will be held from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at The Masonic Hall NYC, and the Reception will be from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM at The Pierre.
“The Asian American Federation’s mission is to raise the influence and well-being of the pan-Asian American community through research, policy advocacy, public awareness, and organizational development.
Through the Beyond the Model Minority Conference and Dinner Reception, the Asian American Federation will focus on dispelling the model minority myth that has stymied the pan-Asian American community in countless ways by offering a close examination of key topics impacting our community.”
There is a special rate from AAF for those working in the non-profit sector:
“Women and China, A Forum to Discuss How Women are Shaping the Rising Global Power,” will take place on May 18, 2017, Thursday from noon to 6:30pm at The China Institute in New York City. The conference includes four forums on technology, business, culture, and the role of top female CEOs and business leaders.
The National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) is currently seeking interested speakers for panels to be presented during the 2017 NAPALSA Conference taking place during the 2017 NAPABA Convention in Washington, D.C., from Nov. 2-5. Lend your expertise to a panel and provide real world knowledge and guidance to current law students!
Since 2002, the NAPALSA Conference has taken place in conjunction with the NAPABA Convention. Law students have the opportunity to organize their own panels catered to law students as well as participate in the general NAPABA programming. This partnership provides law students the chance to further hone their skills and learn and network with current attorneys from diverse sectors.
If you are interested in serving on a NAPALSA panel, please complete an application form here. For questions regarding the NAPALSA Conference programming, please contact Gisela Camba at email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is Friday, May 5, 2017, at 7 p.m. EDT.
Sponsored by CUNY Diversity Projects Development Fund
Please join us for a conference on, Asian American Leadership at CUNY and Higher Education, on Friday, May 6, 2016, from 9:30am to 5pm, at the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, Concourse Level, Manhattan. This conference is free and open to the general public.
There is a remarkable absence of Asian Americans in the upper ranks of leadership at CUNY,and in higher educationnationwide. AAARI will release the findings of its CUNY Asian American Leadership Initiative Report at this conference, and will address recommendations for outreach and recruitment, as well as development of the student and faculty pipeline for leadership.
This conference will focus on why there is a lack of Asian American leadership, best practices for recruitment and professional development, student leadership, tenure and promotion, as well as the importance of Asian American and Asian Studies in preparing and inspiring the next generation of Asian American Leaders.
Keynote Speaker Dr. Santa Ono, President, University of Cincinnati
CUNY Asian American Leadership Initiative Report: Findings, Recommendations and Accountability
Trajectory to the Top – Barriers on the Path to the Presidency
Best Practices: Government Agencies, Foundations, Corporate Sector and Professional Organizations
AABANY’s Issues Committee Co-Chair, Chris Kwok, will be speaking on this panel.
Tenure and Promotion: Process and Advice
State Of Asian American and Asian Studies at CUNY and Its Importance to Asian American Leadership in Higher Education
Foundation for the Future – Working Group Discussions
To RSVP and to view the full program for this conference, please visit www.aaari.info/2016leadership.htm. Please be prepared to present proper identification when entering the building lobby.