Congratulations to 2016 Future Leaders Award Scholarship Winners!

NAAAP Boston’s Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce this year’s  Future Leaders Scholarship Award Winners. These three students demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to the Asian American community as a whole. Here are the winners:  Tina Huang  2016 Richard and Chou Lee Future Leader Award Tina Huang is currently a senior at Boston Latin School….

Nina Liang will be the Keynote Speaker at NAAAP’s 2016 Scholarship Brunch

NAAAP Boston is excited to announce that Quincy City Councilor Nina Liang will be the keynote speaker at our upcoming Scholarship Awards Celebration Brunch. Nina Liang is the first Chinese-American City Councilor in her hometown of Quincy.  Born in Quincy and raised by immigrant parents, she has experienced first hand the challenges minority children and families face….

WIN 2015 Holiday Celebration and Volunteer Appreciation

NAAAP Boston’s WIN (Women in NAAAP) celebrated the holiday season together during its recent event on December 17th at the Capital One 360 Café in Downtown Crossing. Old and new members alike gathered to celebrate another successful year for WIN. WIN spearheaded a variety of new programming in 2015 including the Lean In Circle program,…

WIN Workshop – The Art of WIN a Negotiation

On November 3rd, Women in NAAAP (WIN) members gathered in Accenture’s downtown boardroom for the “The Art of WIN, a Negotiation Workshop” to sharpen and further their negotiation skills. The workshop, led by Paul Cramer, the Managing Director and Co-Leader at the Accenture Negotiation Center of Excellence, was an interactive learning experience. Attendees engaged in…

WIN’s Mindfulness and Wellness Workshop with Harvard Pilgrim

On Tuesday, September 22, 2015, the Women in NAAAP (WIN) Initiative hosted a Mindfulness and Wellness Workshop with Harvard Pilgrim with the goal of helping working professionals learn how to deal with stress from daily life that drains our physical, emotional and mental energy. About 20 working professionals gathered for a fun and informative evening…

Spread The Joy: Give Back This Holiday Season

NAAAP Boston’s Scholarship Committee is please to announce its Holiday Online Fundraising Campaign. By making a donation, your generous contribution can make a difference in a student’s life! How Does Your Donation Help?  The Future Leaders Scholarship Award helps inspire and promote young Asian American leaders, giving them access to higher education opportunities that will cultivate…

Board of Directors Call for Nominations for 2016 & 2017 Term

Board of Directors: Call for Nominations for 2016 & 2017 Term Here is your opportunity to join the NAAAP Boston leadership team! As a part of NAAAP National, our NAAAP Boston Chapter is the largest and fastest growing Asian American professional organization within the Greater Boston area, with 400 plus members and 22 Corporate and…

2015-2016 Future Leaders Award Scholarship Officially Opens

The Boston Chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP-Boston) is once again proud to present the Future Leader Award Scholarship for the 2015-2016 academic year. The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize outstanding local high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership qualities inside and outside of the classroom.   These awards…

NAAAP Boston Wins 2015 Chapter of the Year!

Interview with Jesse Nandhavan, current President of NAAAP Boston NAAAP Boston was named “Chapter of the Year” this month at the NAAAP convention in Dallas. This is the first time in 15 years that NAAAP Boston has received this award. What makes NAAAP Boston stand out this time? With respect to other chapters, NAAAP Boston…

WIN Inaugural Brunch Series at Eastern Standard

NAAAP Boston Women in NAAAP (WIN) hosted its inaugural brunch series on Sunday May 31 at the Eastern Standard. 11 Asian American women gathered to network, get to know each other, and simply enjoy each other’s company. WIN started this monthly brunch series to better connect Asian American women and help expand their network. Each…