In celebration of 15 years of progressive activism and sisterhood, the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) has partnered with popular culture media outlets Angry Asian Man and Hyphen Magazine to recognize 15 individuals whose work represent the organization’s mission and core values. I’m honored to be featured as part of the APA Women Leader Spotlight for my work in the media arts and non-profit development with organizations like the Center for Asian American Media. It’s definitely so humbling to be acknowledged alongside incredible community leaders like Urooj Arshad, the first openly queer participant accepted to the prestigious American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute, and Zenei Cortez, the first Filipino president of the California Nurses union.
To check out the 15 featured profiles, or read my full interview, I invite you to click on the links below and find out more about this wonderful NAPAWF endeavor. As we give thanks with our friends and family this coming holiday season, we look forward to taking our passion and professionalism to another level with our clients new and old. Thank you again for your patronage – and here’s to a bright and colorful 2012!