If you’re looking for a great opportunity for leadership experience and personal and professional advice from top Asian American women in various industries, check out the sixth Annual Asian American Women in Leadership (AAWIL) conference at Boston University on Saturday, Oct. 16. Hosted by ASPIRE (Asian Sisters Participating in Reaching Excellence), the conference will feature keynote speakers Linda Chin, president of the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK), and Jeannie Suk, Assistant Professor of Law at Harvard Law School.
As their press release states, the conference will specifically aim to:
- Build upon last year’s theme of “Fearless Leadership: Taking Charge with Confidence”
- Gather cross-generational Asian American women from across the continental US with diverse personal and professional backgrounds to share their experiences of how exploring and learning allowed them to flourish
- Discuss the various aspects of continuous leadership development to make lasting, positive changes in our communities
- Celebrate and explore ways Asian American females “Discover the Leader Within”
Don’t miss this great opportunity to make a difference in your future with the help of top female Asian American leaders. The early bird special registration rate ($15 for high school students; $35 for college students; $45 for professionals) ends Oct.9, so register soon!
Mochi is a media sponsor for the AAWIL conference.
Last modified: September 29, 2010