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2009 National Asian Pacific American Corporate Achievement Awards Takes Place This Friday

 2009, national, asian, pacific, american, corporate, achievement, business


Dinner to take place at Washington, DC’s W Hotel on October 23, 2009


WHAT: OCA National Asian Pacific American Corporate Achievement Awards presentation and dinner

WHEN: Friday, October 23, 2009, 7-10 p.m. (reception begins at 6 p.m.)

WHERE: W Hotel,

515 15th St. NW, Washington, DC


The National Asian Pacific American Corporate Achievement Awards is the only national program of its kind to recognize corporate achievement and service to the community among APA corporate employees.  Honorees must first be nominated by their respective employers and then selected by a panel of judges.  This year, seven honorees have been chosen to receive the award. They are:


Susan Jin Davis - Vice President of Corporate Development, Comcast Voice Services

Lynne Delveaux - Director in Enterprise Internet Solutions, State Farm

Shiao Dong Han - Corporate Strategy Group, UPS

Michael Hsu - President, Kraft North America’s Grocery

Veronica Kaneko - President and Managing Director, McDonald’s Res­taurants of Hawaii

Gordon Keh - Director of Engineering for Global Services & Support, Boeing

Maggie Mui - Senior Vice President and San Francisco Market Re­gional President, Wells Fargo.


“OCA is proud to recognize and celebrate APA corporate citizens who have embraced our mission by being leaders in their communities and by being committed to diversity in the workplace,” said National President Ken Lee. “As a former recipient of this award, I can safely say that this award builds confidence among APAs who have worked hard for recognition and a clear voice.” 


Prior to the Awards Dinner, OCA will unveil a new program for young and aspiring APA professionals entitled Bamboo: Build, Breakthrough and Believe.  This event will kick off with a cocktail reception on Thursday, October 22 from 6-9 p.m. at the W Hotel and continue throughout the first half of Friday, October 23 with several panel presentations and events.


In addition to Bamboo, OCA will also host the Greater Washington, D.C. region launch of the OCA Mentoring Asian American Professionals (MAAP) program. Already successfully launched in Los Angeles, Atlanta and San Francisco, the MAAP Program is a three-month program that pairs APA professionals with leaders in their field. The informational Leadership Summit will begin on October 23 from 5-6 p.m., also at the W Hotel.  




Sarah Smith Nester | Communications Manager

202 223 5500 |


WashingtonDC – OCA, a national organization dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans, will host the prestigious National Asian Pacific American Corporate Achievement Awards, honoring Asian Pacific American (APA) leaders in the corporate sector.



STORY TAGS: 2009, national, asian, pacific, american, corporate, achievement, business


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