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Immediate release
​August 20, 2019

Communication/Media Contact
Sharon Dow
​sdow@naaapdetroit.org

Learn & Grow Session IV: APA Experiences & Opportunities in Public Sector

DETROIT, MI – On Saturday, September 14, 2019​, the ​National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) Detroit Chapter ​will hold Learn & Grow Series session IV at the ​Plymouth District Library located at 223 S Main St, Plymouth, MI 48170​. This session will be an interactive panel discussion in which our esteemed panelists will share their perspectives and answer questions about their experience in public service. Panel members will also provide insight into various opportunities available to run for elected offices, to get appointed on State boards and Commissions as well as career opportunities with some of the premier federal government agencies. Public service was identified as a topic of interest in our participatory brainstorming workshop on 2019 trending topics, back in April.

State Senator Stephanie Chang, State Representative Padma Kuppa, Chairwoman of Northern Michigan University Board of Trustees Sook Wilkinson, and Northville School Board Vice President Roland Hwang will talk about what motivated them to seek office, and how they got there. Visit NAAAP Detroit www.naaapdetroit.org and www.naaapdetroit.org/event/190914-l-g/ for further information. Register online at https://naaapdet091419.eventbrite.sg.

NAAAP Detroit’s events provide an excellent opportunity to hone professional and leadership skills, as well as meet professionals and employers in the Greater Detroit area. Through our umbrella of national organizations, NAAAP.org, our members connect with the broader Asian American professional network throughout North American via national leadership gatherings and interaction with the 33 Chapters.

NAAAP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and leading organization in North America that cultivates and empowers Asian leaders through professional development, community service, and networking.  NAAAP has a long tradition in the US and Canada, and there is dynamic energy and enthusiasm for the future of NAAAP Detroit Chapter. NAAAP Detroit Chapter encourages members and friends to join to provide and experience leadership and professional development programs and service experiences to grow personally and to contribute to the growth of others in NAAAP and where they work and live.  Go to www.naaap.org and www.naaapdetroit.org for more information.

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