Event Date: May 30 · 3 - 4:30am GMT+8

AAEN Informational Webinar - Friends of the National Asian Pacific American Museum

Join us for an exciting online event where you can learn more about becoming a Friend of the National Asian Pacific American Museum (FNAPAM). Our webinar will provide valuable insights into the FNAPAM's mission, upcoming events, and how you can get involved. Mark your calendars and don't miss out on this great opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for Asian Pacific American culture and history. Stay tuned for more details!

The Asian American Executive Network is exploring how to leverage our Network to support the mission of the Friends of the National Asian Pacific American Museum (FNAPAM).

The core mission of Friends of the National Asian Pacific American Museum (“FRIENDS”) is crystal clear: to champion, create awareness, mobilize support, orchestrate collective efforts involving both individuals and organizations, and strategically communicate with decision-makers. All of this is aimed at one singular goal — making the National Asian Pacific American Museum (the “Museum”) a reality. A forepart of FRIENDS‘ endeavors is the crucial task of facilitating and providing support to the bipartisan, eight-member Commission”

Based on our current strength and make-up of the Asian American Executive Network, we are looking to build a bridge for (FNAPAM) to outreach to our extended network across the nation and perhaps globally. We have three areas of focus now:

1. Diversity of representation. Ensure we have diverse team members and leaders so that all ethnicities are represented. At this moment, the following ethnicities are represented in the first list of AAEN team members: Bangladesh, Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Hmong, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Lao, Malaysian, Mongolian, Nepalese, Pacific Islander, Pakistani, Singapore, Thai, and Vietnamese. When the Asian Pacific American Museum is built eventually, the history and stories of all ethnicities are included.

2. Entrepreneurship representation. Entrepreneurship drives the Asian Pacific American economy. We would be sure team presentation on the team includes small business owners and Asian American chamber leaders to ensure communication reached small business owners across the nation and their stories and history are told when the museum is built eventually.

3. Multi-generation representation. The National Asian Pacific American museum is built for all. We want to remember our history but also to inform and educate our next generation. Including next generation leaders is a key element of the communication process. We would like their input and suggestions on how to effectively communicate with the next generation.

We are building a first networking group to explore the possibilities of how to collaborate and support FNAPAM.


Introduction of Asian American Executive Network - George Mui & AAEN co-host

Introduction of the Friends of National Asian Pacific American Museum - FNAPAM Leadership team

Information on FNAPAM

Dialogue on possible area of collaboration

General Networking.

Closing remarks




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April 25, 2024

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