Leadership Powerhouse with FAPA-YPG in NY

Date: Thursday, May 3, 2012
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Location: Chen Dance Center / H.T. Chen & Dancers
Address: 70 Mulberry Street, New York, NY
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/373896432662054/

Come join the Formosan Association for Public Affairs Young Professional Group (FAPA-YPG) to hone your leadership qualities for further dedication in community; reflect on your path for building your Taiwanese/ Taiwanese American identity. Moreover, network with individuals who are or will be community-oriented leaders in Taiwanese American or Taiwan related organizations.

Key note speaker: President of TACL, Founder of TAP — Teddy Liaw

Teddy Liaw has been an active 2nd generation leader in the Taiwanese American community for several years. Today, he serves as the National President of the Taiwanese American Citizens League (TACL), where he previously served as the National Chairman of the Board, and also was the Internship Coordinator for several years. He was the 3-term President of Taiwanese American Professionals (TAP), and is largely attributed its growth as the author of the TAP Mission Statement and Constitution. He also serves as the director of the TACL Leadership Conference.

He graduated from UC Berkeley, where he served as student body President (ASUC), created the Asian American Association (AAA), and Project SMILE. He currently is the Senior Director, Retail and Direct Response at LiveOps, a Silicon-Valley based technology company.

Program:
6:30~6:45 Registration
6:45~7:30 Reception
7:30~8:00 Key Note Speech
8:00~8:40 Discussion & Experience Share
8:40~9:00 Organizations Presentation

There are limited spaces, so reserve your spots right away! Light refreshment will be served at the reception. Please come on time, and don’t forget to bring your business cards! Please R.S.V.P. via http://goo.gl/RTPMQ

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The Formosan Association for Public Affairs Young Professional Group (FAPA-YPG) promotes international recognition of Taiwan’s right to peace, democracy, and self-determination through education and advocacy.

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