Professional and Leadership Development
On Thursday, February 15, 2018 join AMOA, 1871, and community partners at the 1871 Auditorium inside the Merchandise Mart as we hear from prominent Chicagoland Asian American leaders and entrepreneurs. The panelists will discuss their journeys to success and offer advice to those seeking to advance their careers or start new businesses. There will be a networking reception following the discussion and Q&A. Light food and beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, will be served.
Listen to a panel of prominent Asian American business leaders and entrepreneurs as they discuss their journeys to success and offer advice to those seeking to advance their careers or start new businesses. A networking reception with light food and beverages will follow the panel program and Q&A.
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A job interview does not have to be daunting once you know what to expect. Join TAP-Chicago for a free mock interview session with experienced professionals from a variety of fields including accounting, computer science, law, and marketing. Give yourself the opportunity to interview with an experienced professional from your intended career who can provide you with insider knowledge of what to expect and how to best present yourself for your ideal job.
Interviewers and interviewees will be paired up according to the background and interest. The event will be two-fold: first, recruiters will help interviewees prepare for the mock interview and then the interviewers will conduct the mock interview. After the mock interview session, there will be a networking session for everyone at the event.
We encourage you to register soon as space is limited. Mock interviews will be scheduled based on availability, first-come, first serve basis.
2:15pm-2:30pm Interview Tips Seminar
2:30-3:30pm Interview Sessions
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An exclusive program by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for business professionals of all backgrounds. Attendees will learn what the Asian American experience is like in a not-so-well-known organization. Hear first-hand perspectives from a panel of Asian American CIA officers representing careers in Operations, Analysis, and Technology. Each panelist will share the experiences of his or her journey to and through the CIA in a thoughtful and entertaining fashion.
Learn about what the CIA is responsible for today and how it accomplishes its mission with the assistance of Asian Americans as well as the variety of internships and career opportunities for Asian Americans within the intelligence community.
After the panel, attendees will have the opportunity to network and foster valuable connections with members of the CIA as well as other professionals in the Chicago area. Attendees will enjoy complimentary heavy appetizers and a cash bar.
REGISTRATION IS FREE BEFORE AUGUST 15, BUT SPACE IS LIMITED.
6:30-7:00 pm – Registration
7:00-8:00 pm – Panel/Q&A
8:00-9:00 pm – Reception/Networking
This event is sponsored by the Central Intelligence Agency and presented by Chicago Taiwanese American Professionals and the Korean American Coalition-Chicago.
Community Partners: NAAAP-Chicago, Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA); Ascene Chicago
Please submit your inquiries regarding this event to Jennifer Wong at email@example.com and Greg Wu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mock interviews will be scheduled based on first-come, first serve. We encourage you to register soon as space is limited.
A job interview does not have to be daunting once you know what to expect. Join TAP-Chicago for a mock interview session with experienced professionals from a variety of fields including accounting, computer science, consulting, and marketing. Give yourself the opportunity to interview with an experienced professional from your intended career who can provide you with insider knowledge of what to expect and how to best present yourself for your ideal job.
Interviewers and interviewees will be paired up according to the background and interest. The event will be two-fold: first, recruiters will help interviewees prepare for the mock interview and then the interviewers will conduct the mock interview. After the mock interview session there will be a networking session for everyone at the event.
TAP-Chicago’s Leadership & Professional Development Committee presents, “The Road Less Traveled” on the evening of March 2, a panel program featuring prominent Chicagoland Asian Americans in the fields of performing arts, law enforcement, politics, and the culinary arts. The program will focus on the individual and personal stories of each of the speakers through a vibrant discussion and Q&A session where audience members will have the opportunity to further engage with guest speakers.
Moderated by 1871’s own Vanessa Yeh (Manager, Brand Experience), panelists of this program include:
Stephen Chung – Commander, 9th District, Chicago Police Department
Theresa Mah – Illinois State Representative, 2nd District, Illinois House of Representatives
William Song – Chef/Restaurateur, bopNgrill
Norman Yap – Actor, Chimerica
Cynthia Yeh – Percussionist, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
This event is sponsored by 1871, Clarity Partners, and Mr. Pak’s.
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EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS ON FEBRUARY 24TH! GET YOUR TICKET TODAY!
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TAP-Chicago in collaboration with Lunar Ball cordially invites you to Lunar Ball 2017!
The 5th Annual Lunar Ball is Chicago’s largest charitable fundraiser for Asian American young professionals and friends. This year, we expect a crowd of 800+ of Chicago’s most accomplished and involved young professionals to fill the Wintrust Grand Banking Hall for an evening of fun, food, and networking.
The event will include tastings from Chicago’s top restaurants, open bar, adult beverages all night, performances, multiple DJs, raffle, and silent auction.
TAP-Chicago have a limited amount of discounted tickets! Apply the discount code:
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All proceeds from Lunar Ball 2017 will benefit our community beneficiaries and charities.
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Ayenew Biru from Horizon Consulting will explain generally how public and private sector supplier diversity programs work, and the process of getting MBE/WBE (Minority and Women-owned Business) certification.
Horizon Consulting was founded in order to provide comprehensive MBE/WBE/DBE certification assistance to small and medium-sized businesses – from initial and re-certifications to expansions of commodity codes, annual reporting requirements and appeals of preliminary denials of applications.
Prior to founding Horizon Consulting, Ayenew Biru was a Certification/Compliance Officer with the City of Chicago Dept. of Procurement Services where he was responsible for reviewing certification applications, representing the City at various vendor outreach events and developing new processes and policies resulting in an increasingly efficient certification process.
Ayenew Biru studied Political Science and International Relations at Georgetown University and The Ohio State University and received his J.D. from the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State. When not assisting companies with their certification requirements, Ayenew is active in multi-family real estate investor and a member of various organizations such as the U.S. Minority Contractor’s Association and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.
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TAP-Chicago and the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management cordially invites you to attend the Kellogg Emerging Markets Conference – Greater China on May 7, 2016. The event is one of the most important annual gatherings of professionals and academics interested in business in Greater China and the 2015 event attracted a record-high of 600 attendees.
In 2016, this event, delivered through keynotes, panels and discussions, will center on the following distinct components: Panel 1 (The Consumer); Panel 2 (Technology and Innovation); and Panel 3 (Policy). The event has a great lineup of speakers, which currently includes, but is not limited to the following:
George Zoghbi – COO, Kraft-Heinz
Niren Chaudhry – President, KFC Global
David Roman –Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Lenovo
Paul Christensen – Dir- Global Studies, KSM
Sanjay Khosla – Former President, Kraft International
Michael Zakkour – VP, China/APAC, Tompkins Intl.; Author, “China’s Super Consumers”; writer at FORBES, HBR, Beijing Review, CNBC
Sanjeev Krishnan – Managing Director, S2G Ventures
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TAP-Chicago had an exclusive Interview with Yani Tseng at Roy’s Chicago on April 4. Let us learn about Yani’s career aspiration, accomplishment, and her favorite Taiwanese Dish.
TAP-Chicago: What is your favorite personal accomplishment of your career and why?
Yani Tseng: That is a tough question. There are couples of my favorite accomplishments. The first one is my first British Open in 2011. On Sunday, I was nervous for the whole day. The last hole was 280 yards into the bunker and into the wind. I thought I would never get there. However, I hit my best drive of the day, hit into the bunker and I chipped out. It was an easy par five and then I won the tournament. It was my best memory every.
The other one is my first LPGA Tournament in Taiwan. There were thousands of people showed up. I was so excited that so many fans in Taiwan came to cheer for me. It was unbelievable. I was sitting on the tee and I cannot forget so many people were clapping and cheering for me. In addition, that was the time for me to realize that golf was getting popular in Taiwan and that people start to pay attention to golf sport. I was very happy to see that happened.
TAP-Chicago: What would it mean for you and your team to win the upcoming Crown International?
Yani Tseng: Golf is a very individual sport. This is the time we all get together and play for our country with our teammates. Last time we did pretty well. We defeated the American team in the first day with a score of 4:0. We lost the second day. We did not have a captain so we had to figure out whose game is better, who goes first, etc. So there are many strategies to be developed even thought, we had only four players. This year we will figure out the way to do better and bring the crown home.
TAP-Chicago: Good luck for that
TAP-Chicago: As an accomplished female athlete, what messages do your have for aspiring young females?
Yani-Tseng: “Dream Big” is very important. When I was 12, I dreamed to be the world NO1 golfer and I did it after 10 years. I didn’t know what’s is world NO1 and I didn’t know how tough it is either; It was just a dream. However, if you have a dream, you never know what will happen. A kid might think that he or she wants to be the President or, he or she wants to go to the space. If you move toward your dream, you might achieve it one day. Also, it is easier to get through the tough time when you think about how much you want it and what the dream means to you. It doesn’t matter what your dream is. If this dream doesn’t work out, you can change to another one. It is free to dream and you can think about whatever you want
TAP-Chicago: In this highly competitive environment, what do you do to manage stress or do for relaxation?
Yani Tseng: Managing stress is very hard. This is the toughest time in my career – I almost cry every day. It is tough because I know that I can win the tournament physically but my mental status is not ready when the tournament comes. When I step on the first tee, I just cannot pull the trigger. I was fearful to make mistake. I knew I have to push myself to fight in the golf course, to keep trying and never give up. I have many ways to relief stress: I like watching movies and drawing. Still, it is tough. The tournament is always different from the golf practice. The competition makes me nervous but I enjoy being nervous and having the pressure.
TAP-Chicago: What is your favorite Taiwanese dish?
Yani Tseng: I enjoy all kinds of Taiwanese dishes. If I have to pick, I will say Taiwanese Bento Box and Hot Pot.
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