PRLog (Press Release)
- Aug. 24, 2010 -
New York, NY – August is coming to a close and the dates set for the Second Annual Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Career Expo are approaching fast. The Event will begin on Thursday, August 26th, with a VIP Reception at Thomson Reuters that will announce the launch of the non-profit organization, The National Association of Asian MBAs, followed by a kick-off reception at the Asia Society. The main Conference will take place on Friday the 27th at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, where thought leaders in the field of Diversity & Inclusion and renowned Asian American executives from companies such as Dell, GE, and Wells Fargo, will deliver keynotes and conduct panel discussions. The Gala Awards Dinner will round off Friday’s events, where ten companies and three individuals will receive recognition for their services and dedication to the Asian professional community. The entertainment portion of the evening will feature the popular Asian-American comic, Dan Nainan, who is famous for his clean humor comedy. The Conference will end on Saturday, August 28th, with a Career Expo, where over 100 represented companies will recruit candidates for opportunities in both the U.S. and Asia. There will also be various workshops at the Expo, with trainers speaking about optimizing resume writing and job searching skills as well about tools to maximize career potentials.
For the full Conference schedule, list of participating organizations, award recipients, speakers, and registration information, visit www.AsianMBA.org.
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About The National Association of Asian MBAs (NAAMBA)
NAAMBA is a leading non-profit, professional organization which serves as a platform to unite and empower the Asian American professional community and the pan-Asian professional Diaspora globally by providing them with professional development opportunities, with the vision to foster dialogue and mobilize related stakeholders in addressing critical social, cultural, and economic issues within the workplace and the community. The Second Annual Asian MBA Leadership Conference and Career Expo builds on the momentum generated by the 2009 First Annual Asian MBA Conference, a groundbreaking event which served as a source for initiating and fostering dialogue on Asian diversity, launched many new exciting careers and provided unprecedented networking opportunities for students and professionals alike.Photo: