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The National Association of Asian American Professionals is a non-profit professional organization that promotes the career advancement and leadership development of Asian American professionals in all fields through networking, respecting Asian multiculturalism, and supporting diversity and community service.

There are currently over 25 chapters, ventures, and affiliates across the United States and Canada and a growing North American membership of over 3,000.

For details of what NAAAP is doing across North America, visit the NAAAP National home page.

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Upcoming Event
2016 The Voice of Leadership – Sponsored by Southwest

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Location: 2702 Love Field Dr. Dallas, TX 75235

Time: 6:00 PM – 8:30 pm

Our community partners at NAAAHR are putting on an event that will help you think about diversity and leadership in the workplace! Don’t miss out.

Come out and hear senior leaders in our community talk about the Voice of Leadership – How Leadership can Influence, Advocate and Achieve Diversity Results.

Confirmed Speakers Include:
* Chuck Smith – VP of Employee Relations & Field HR – Gamestop
* Tracy Brown – President – Diversity Trends LLC
* Guwan Jones – VP of HR and Chief Diversity Officer – Baylor Scott & White Health
* Jennifer Sprague – Assessment of Service Quality Leader – Ernst & Young

PARKING IS ON SITE PROVIDED BY SOUTHWEST AIRLINES.

Brought to you by the National Association of African American in Human Resources NAAAHR – Sponsored by Southwest Airlines

Community Partners include: NAAAP-DFW, National Sales Network, and National Black MBA Association

See Our Events for a full listing of NAAAP-DFW Activites!


2016 National NAAAP Convention
 National Career Center

Going All In: Lead with Courage

2016 NAAAP Convention

Visit our 2016 convention website for details.

Each year, NAAAP selects a timely, motivating, and relevant theme for our convention.  During a Presidential election year, being in Las Vegas with other Asian-serving organizations for a Presidential Town Hall and the launch of a NAAAP Las Vegas group, we must be fully committed.  Going All In: Lead with Courage!” has 3 focal areas:

Winning Strategies  –  Whether it’s diversity and inclusion, remote team management, cross-cultural communication or resource allocation, NAAAP seeks out Winning Strategies.

High Returns Leadership Boot Camp –  Fabian DeRozario (Organizational Change Facilitator), Kim Cummings (Human Resource Professional) and Judy Lao (Convention Programs Manager) will be identifying topics for the Courageous Leader.

Women in NAAAP – Launched in 2009 at the Convention, Women in NAAAP has been an excellent way to discuss the unique attributes and perspectives women bring to leadership and volunteerism.  At the Convention, the WIN track provides a spotlight on women speakers, challenges facing working women, and parity in the workforce.

         The NAAAP Career Center matches qualified professional talent with real job opportunities. This provides NAAAP members and job seekers access to new opportunities, professional connections, as well as the ability to search for jobs within an easy-to use system. Click here for the full NAAAP Career Center Website.

Our focus here at the NAAAP Career Center is to foster an online community that connects Asian and minority professional talent with companies across the globe. See what we have to offer today.