‪#‎tbt‬ to the Kick-Off Reception of Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL)‘s Washington Leadership Program in 1996. See anyone who looks familiar?

From board member, to vice president, to esteemed speaker, Christine Chen, of Asian Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote), has supported CAPAL. Maybe twenty years from now, attendees of this year’s Washington Leadership Program Sessions will come back to help young AAPIs through their careers and lives as well. Thank you, Christine, for the generosity and guidance you’ve provided throughout the years!

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Felicia Wong is currently a senior at the College of William and Mary, double majoring in Neuroscience and Asian American Studies, and minoring in Biochemistry. She is president of the Filipino American Student Association, and current non-academic projects include creating films calling for diversity curriculums/requirements and establishing an official APIA Studies program. Felicia was also elected president of Global Medical Brigades to lead a sustainable healthcare program in rural communities in Nicaragua. She hopes to connect her interests in healthcare with the community she has found in her cultural background. Having lived in Germany for most of her childhood, Felicia makes yearly trips back to visit her family, providing opportunities for her to indulge in her greatest joys: touring castles, eating at cafés, taking fashion cues from strangers, cooking with her family. Non country-specific pleasures include: biking, watching live music performances, screaming because Game of Thrones.