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New HAAAA Executive Committee

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The HAAAA Board is pleased to present the new Executive Committee.  At the last quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors, the Board voted to change the membership structure of the Executive Committee and also voted in the new members of the Executive Committee.
There are now two additional positions on the Executive Committee:  "Vice President of Operations" and "Vice President of Development" (the previous role of Vice President has been renamed to "First Vice President", in-line with HAA naming conventions).  The Vice President of Operations will be a liaison for facilitating growth in the committees, and the Vice President of Development will be a liaison for facilitating growth in the chapters.  

Among other benefits, these new positions will help to distribute the heavy responsibilities of the President and Vice President, and also provide a broader leadership experience for those wishing to become more deeply involved with the organization.  They are a resource to all HAAAA officers as well as to the membership at large and we look forward to their contributions.

Please welcome the new HAAAA Executive Committee:

President:  Eric Yeh (president@haaaa.net)
First Vice President:  Jeannie Park (firstvp@haaaa.net)
Vice President of Operations:  Ed Park (operationsvp@haaaa.net)
Vice President of Development:  Judith Li (developmentvp@haaaa.net)
Secretary:  Vicki Chou (secretary@haaaa.net)
Treasurer:  Bill Yao (treasurer@haaaa.net)

May 28 Annual Reunion Mixer at Harvard

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HAAAA and SAAA Joint Reunion Reception

3-5 p.m., Saturday, May 28, Lowell House Junior Common Room. 

Graduates from all classes and your guests are invited to meet up with old friends and make new connections through HAAAA and the South Asian Alumni Alliance's global networks of thousands of alumni. Refreshments will be served. Hosts: Pauline Chen AB ’86; Paul Choi, AB ’86; Soowon Han AB '86; Ming Lo AB '86; Stephanie Lee 'AB '96, MBA '01; Yoshiko June Nagao AB '96; Vinod Nambudiri AB ’05, MD '09; Prital Kadakia AB '06; Judith Li AB ’06; Sarah Paiji AB ’06; Mridula Raman AB '06. Anyone in the Cambridge area, whether attending a Reunion or not, is welcome to attend. Questions: Reunion@HAAAA.Net 

Tiger Mom Amy Chua '84 Speaks to HAAAA-NY on May 10

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Come meet media and publishing phenomenon Amy Chua '84, JD '87, author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother

  • Tuesday, May 10, 2011
  • Time & Life Building, 1271 Sixth Avenue (corner of 50th St.)
  • 6:30 p.m. Reception
  • 7:00 p.m. Discussion and Q&A moderated by HAAAA board member Jeannie Park '83
  • RSVP required (bring I.D. for building security): NY-events@haaaa.net
  • Co-sponsored by the the Asian American Association of Time Inc. (A3) and the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA). 

    Three Asian-American Alumni on HAA Slates—Vote by May 20

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    Don't forget to mail in your ballots for Overseers and HAA Directors. Please note Asian-American candidates Kenji Yoshino '91; Charlene Li '88, MBA '93; and Rohit Chopra '04. Click here for more information about all the candidates and the elections.  

     

    HAAAA Wins HAA Clubs and SIGs Recognition Award

    I am proud to announce that HAAAA has been awarded the HAA Club and SIG Recognition Award, presented to four groups andindividuals at the 2011 Alumni Leadership conference from a pool of well over 200 organizations.

    In the words of the HAA: "This important award is given to Harvard Clubs and Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) in recognition of their outstanding and innovative work in areas such as membership, technology, community service, succession planning, programming, schools and scholarship, and outreach. We are thrilled to be able to recognize the Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance, which has been an inspirational leader in so many of these areas."

    Congratulations and thanks to all the officers and members of the group, for their hard work in organizing and attending all our events. This award belongs to all of you.

    HAAAA January Networking / Mentorship Event

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    New Year, New Connections!

    Please join us for an HAAAA mentorship mixer in New York City on  Jan 19, 2011, for alumni to network informally with each other, and with students who will be on intersession break. If you are hosting a January Experience student, please encourage him/her to attend too.

    We'd love to see as many of you as possible!

    Wednesday, January 19, 2011

    7:30pm - 9:30pm

    Cask (downstairs room)

    167 East 33rd St., NYC (Between 3rd Avenue and Lexington Ave)

    Please RSVP to haaaa.ment@gmail.com with the subject line "HAAAA mentorship mixer RSVP" so that we can have an idea of the number of people who are planning to attend. Light snacks will be provided.

    Happy new year~!

    -Yuming Zou '03

    January Experience - Externship Offerings

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    We have gathered a listing of January Experience Externship offerings from HAAAA alumni. The January Experience openings are available only for current undergrads, and applicants should provide their year, concentration, relevant skills/experience, available dates, and a brief description of their interest, in addition to anything specific requested in the listing. Please click and view the full version of this posting for details. We will update this posting with additional January Experience listings as we receive them from alumni.

     

    January Experience - Career Discussion Offerings

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    We have gathered a listing of January Experience Career Discussion offerings from HAAAA alumni. The January Experience openings are available only for current undergrads, and applicants should provide their year, concentration, relevant skills/experience, available dates, and a brief description of their interest, in addition to anything specific requested in the listing. Please click and view the full version of this posting for details. We will update this posting with additional January Experience listings as we receive them from alumni.

     

    HBS Asian Business Club NYC Dinner

    On November 13, 2010, HAAAA teamed up with HBS AAAA and organized a dinner in New York City with the HBS Asia Business Club.  Over 40 people (half current HBS students, half HBS/Harvard College alumni) had dinner at Pera restaurant and drinks at Campbell Apartment.  The evening was filled with great food, engaging conversation, and fun company.  Thanks to all the attendees who made the night a success.

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