NAPAWF-DC Career Panel:
"Finding Your Path"
Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
George Washington University
Marvin Center, Room 407
800 21st St. NW, Washington DC
NAPAWF-DC is one of the 11 chapters across the country of the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF).
The career path of AAPI women is one faced with unique challenges and huge successes. Join us for a unique career event specifically designed for you - the Asian American college woman and/or young professional trying to navigate a career in one of the most volatile economic environments.
Panelists are AAPI women that have seen and done it all - whether it's the government, non-profit, private or academic sectors - our panelists will inspire you with stories of their career path and share with you career advice specific to being an Asian American woman.
Our Esteemed Panelists Include:
Min Chen, RPH, Acting Director, Division of Pharmacovigilance, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration
Stephanie Chin, JD/MBA, Manager, Incoming Capacity Building, United Way Worldwide
Kyoung-Ah Nam, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, International Communication Program, School of International Service, American University
Anita Samarth, President/Co-Founder, Clinovations - Top 25 Washington Area Minority Business Leader of 2013
Panel will be moderated by NAPAWF-DC Board Member, Sandra Vu Le, Esq. of Your Cultural Edge
RSVP early to reserve your spot today for what we expect will be a packed event! In the meantime, if you are not a NAPAWF member yet, consider joining today so that you can attend this event at no cost here.
**Make sure that you indicate that you want to be a member of the Washington, DC Chapter. Once you sign-up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your membership receipt so that we can confirm your membership.**
Questions? Interested in volunteering at the event? Please contact NAPAWF-DC's Community Outreach Director, Jamie Garcia at email@example.com.