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APAWLI Fellowship Program

APAWLI Fellowship Program

This is CAPAW’s signature leadership program. This program seeks to promote leadership of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) women in both private and public sectors by fostering the development of AANHPI women as Whole Person Leaders (link here from website). For 2022, the program is running virtually for the first time.

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APAWLI ALUMNAE PROGRAM

APAWLI ALUMNAE PROGRAm

For over 20 years, the Center has provided a variety of professional development programs –including our unique APAWLI Leadership Program – to address the specific needs of AANHPI women across the country. Our vision is to develop ethical and compassionate AANHPI women to take leadership roles in the private and public sectors.

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The Compassion Circle

The Compassion Circle

CAPAW is hosting the Compassion Circle, a virtual peer mentoring group for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) women. This community started in 2021 with support from NAAAP-Atlanta’s Chopstix for Charity.

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Women of Color Conference

Women of Color Conference

The Center for Asian Pacific American Women (apawomen.org) and OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates are co-hosting the 2023 Women of Color Conference March 9-11, 2023. Our purpose for the conference is to empower our attendees through learning, connecting, and sharing with one another. We know the pandemic has impacted all of our lives, especially women of color. Our goal is to unite and support one another as allies and create hope for our future doing these difficult times. We invite you to hear from the incredible speakers we have lined up for you. Speaker information will be released starting this week.

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Unleash The Shero In You!

Unleash The Shero In You!

This program was created for women of color who have been working professionally for five years or less. Our goals are to:

  • Increase level of self-confidence and make conscious choices about her personal and professional life.
  • Make a positive social impact around racism as a collective cohort.
  • Influence other women of color for a better chance at success – as defined by the individual.
  • Learn about relationship mastery and how that is important to the career fulcrum.

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Podcast

Podcast

Moana McAdams is a Hawaii-born writer and author who uses the power of storytelling to nurture curious minds and inspire cultural self-awareness. She made her writing debut with “Aftermath” for the Amazon best-seller, “Set Apart and Chosen,” and now uses her talents to cultivate and write children’s books. Her published works, “Fishing Day with Papa Ray” and “Shadows of the Ancient,” captures the joy of adolescence while uplifting Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander cultures.

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What’s UP CAPAW?

What’s UP CAPAW?

What’s Up CAPAW? is a series of interviews of individuals from all sectors to talk about how organizations, companies, and individuals are mangling the impact of COVID-19.

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