Make your voice heard on issues that are important to AAPI communities
This year’s NAPABA Lobby Day will be held on May 18 and 19 in observance of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! This is our second virtual Lobby Day and 11th annual event.
Lobby Day is an opportunity for NAPABA members from across the country to educate members of Congress and Congressional staffers on issues of importance to the AAPI community. This year, our agenda includes addressing anti-Asian hate with a focus on what Congress and the federal government can do to stop bias from taking root and how to support victims.
Register today to ensure that your voices and advocacy for justice, equity, and opportunity for all AAPIs are heard from your home districts to the halls of Congress!
Join 200+ of the most innovative and
influential Asian American leaders in business today for Taking Risks, Changing the Game – the first ever Asian American Business Roundtable Summit, being
held January 29-30, 2016 at The Venetian, Las Vegas.
Connect with the most
important and influential Asian Americans leaders shaping business today.
Collaborate with other Asian
American business mentors and peers who are actively increasing their capacity
to exert influence in their respective industries.
Contribute to creation of
ideas and solutions for business, leadership, and social issues that directly
affect Asian Americans, our community, and our future.
CLICK HEREfor more information and the list of confirmed speakers.
This year’sNetwork of Indian Professionals (NetIP) 25th Anniversary National Conference will be supporting the Girl Rising Global India Fund. In addition to having a screening of the new Bollywood version of the movie “Girl Rising,” the Conference Gala on Sunday evening, October 11th (which also happens to be “International Day of the Girl”) will be raising money for the charity through a Silent Auction and Raffle. It should be an entertaining and inspiring evening with emcee Nina Davuluri (2013 Miss America), a performance by the internationally acclaimed Bollywood dance spectacular Mystic India, a performance by the comedian Hari Kondabolu, and a Keynote Speech by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.
This Conference will truly offer something for everyone – from the Sunday Evening Charity Gala and the movie screening to dynamic sessions and speakers (on topics as diverse as Current Trends and Developments in Immigration Law (organized by SABA-NY) and Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing and the new film “Meet The Patels”) to the Fast Pitch Startup Business Competition to a Health Fair organized by AAPI (the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin) to social events such as a Casino Night, a Fashion Show, and a Comedy Show – there will be much to choose and gain from. And to accommodate people’s schedules, registrationis possible for individual events such as the Sunday evening Gala for those who cannot attend the entire Conference.