An Insider's Look at Asian American Nonprofits
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (PT)
Kearny Street Workshop, Arc Space Gallery
1246 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
*Due to the size of the Arc Space Gallery, tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis through Eventbrite registration.
7:00 - 7:30 Networking reception
7:30 - 8:30 Panel discussion
8:30 - 9:00 Q&A
Come learn from our panel of Asian American nonprofit leaders and hear their personal success stories, challenges, and opportunities along their journeys in the nonprofit sector. Network with other influential Asian American leaders and professionals in the community, including:
Kearny Street Workshop
- Claire Light, Executive Director
- TJ Basa, Program Manager
- Joyce Juan-Manalo, Administrative Manager
- Nhi Chau, Deputy Director of Strategic Development
APA Family Support Services
- Amor Santiago, Executive Director
- Dean Yao, Board Member
- Stephanie Chuang, NBC Reporter
Founded in 1972, KSW is the oldest Asian Pacific American multidisciplinary arts organization in the country. In 2013, the volunteers of PbP SF will work to further KSW’s mission of nurturing intergenerational, cross-cultural, multidisciplinary artistic activities that honor the historical and cultural heritage of the Asian Pacific American (APA) community within the Bay Area. Throughout the course of the year, PbP SF will work to raise public awareness for KSW and help support the return of KSW’s signature arts festival, APAture, which will examine the work of emerging APA talent in film/video, literature/book arts, music, performance, visual/installation art, and experimental media.
OASES was established in 1983 and empowers students from low-income households through education, mentorship, and service in order to strengthen the Oakland community. OASES has multiple programs that provide youth with opportunities not often offered at their schools including peer leadership, environmental education, diversity education, financial literacy, and the arts. All of OASES’ services are intended for students in Oakland’s Unified School District with limited resources from ethnically diverse backgrounds
Founded in 1987, APA Family Support Services promotes healthy Asian/Pacific Islander children and families by providing family support services to prevent child abuse and domestic violence. APA accomplishes this through providing prevention, early/crisis intervention, and clinical treatment services.
To learn more about Project by Project, please visit www.projectbyproject.org/sf. For more information on this event, please email
We look forward to seeing you there!