Please join us in raising the collective voice of the API community! The CLP leadership symposium and project is the culmination of leadership training and is focused on creating an opportunity to connect people to agencies, agencies with leaders in the community and to promote opportunities for leadership within the community. The conversation will focus … Continue reading 2016 Community Leaders Program Project
It's time to celebrate our 16th CLP Class and we want to celebrate it with you! The ACLF Annual Graduation Dinner & Fundraiser will be at the Wing Luke Museum in the Chinatown/International District. We're excited to see you there and please invite others to save the date with you! Talk to a 2016 CLP class … Continue reading Save-the-Date for our 2016 Annual Graduation Dinner!
Genesis Gavino Genesis Gavino is a Senior Management Fellow with the City of Tacoma's Neighborhood and Community Services Department where she analyzes and develops policy to address human and social issues specific to homelessness and housing stability. She is Filipino, born and raised in American Samoa and committed to making a difference in her community. … Continue reading Introducing the 2016 Community Leaders Program Class
ACLF welcomes Marissa Vichayapai and Alex Johnson to its Board of Directors. Marissa is a Programs Director for 21 Progress and loves developing immigrant youth and youth of color for leadership with a social justice and progressive lens. She believes this work is of the utmost importance to rising youth, who will peek at a time … Continue reading ACLF welcomes new board members
ACLF is now accepting applications to the 2016 Community Leaders Program. Please join us at our CLP information session to learn more about the program and application process! Below are event details: What: CLP 2016 Info Session When: February 16, 2016 from 6-8 p.m. Where: 1414 S Weller Seattle, WA 98144 Please RSVP to email@example.com. Visit our program page for more information about the … Continue reading Now Accepting Community Leaders Program Applications!
ACLF welcomes Florence Sum to its Board of Directors. Florence is a Seattle native and identifies herself as a Chinese American. She credits her experience in the public school system to why she works as an Education Advocate at Seattle Education Access. Florence supports youth and their education goals through college navigation and college retention services … Continue reading Welcome our new board member Florence Sum
Join the CLP class of 2015 as they host the ACLF Annual Community Breakfast at the Jefferson Community Center on Beacon Hill. Buy tickets online (type "Community Breakfast" as the purpose of the donation) or at the door. Talk to a 2015 CLP class member or ACLF Board Member if you have questions! See you … Continue reading Save the Date for the ACLF Community Breakfast!!
You are invited! ACLF's Annual Graduation Dinner and Celebration! Honoring our Community Leaders Program - class of 2015 We'll also honor Mark Okazaki as this year's winner of the Kip Tokuda award and Nate Caminos with the Alumni Achievement Award Join us May 16th at 6 pm 415 Westlake in South Lake Union 415 Westlake Ave … Continue reading You’re Invited! Community Leaders Program Graduation Dinner – May 16
ACLF and the Southeast Asian American Access in Education Coalition have announced a partnership to develop a campaign to advocate for Asian American and Pacific Islander data disaggregation at the K-12 and postsecondary level. Asian Pacific Islanders are a diverse and dynamic group. This is especially true in academic achievement at the K-12 and postsecondary … Continue reading Announcing the 2015 Community Leaders Program Project
Hailing from Aloha, Oregon, Parasa moved to Seattle in 2013. She is a proud Cambodian American woman who is passionate about education, equity, and social justice. Parasa’s family and her teaching background inspired her to work in education policy. Currently, she works as a Policy Manager at Stand for Children in Washington State. Parasa is … Continue reading Welcome our new board member Parasa Chanramy