Join us for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!
DATE: Monday May 23, 2016
TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 PM EST
LOCATION: 200 West Street | New York, NY
We are proud to celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month at Goldman Sachs!
Please join us for an exclusive evening with senior professionals from our firmwide Asian Professionals Network as they share their growing impact within the firm and beyond. This event will feature a fireside chat with divisional senior leadership discussing various topics from the businesses they support to diversity at the firm. The fireside chat will be followed by a networking reception with Goldman Sachs professionals at our headquarters.
Please note Goldman Sachs will not provide travel and hotel accommodations.
To RSVP for this event, please contact Kalima.Mayo-Perez@gs.com. Space is limited so please RSVP at your earliest convenience to secure your registration.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
5th Floor Cafe
229 W 43rd St.
New York, NY 10036
Ticket purchase includes a free copy of the book “Financially Fearless: The LearnVest Program for Taking Control of your Money!”
On Tuesday, September 23rd, Taiwanese American Professionals (TAP) will host Alexa von Tobel, founder and CEO of LearnVest and New York Times-Bestselling Author, in “Financially Fearless: Taking Control of Your Money,” a seminar on smart financial planning.
Over the course of the evening, Alexa will discuss the LearnVest Program and tips on mapping out a secure, worry-free, financial future. Topics cover everything from budgeting and emergency savings to loans, retirement, and investing.
Click here to purchase your ticket today!
Project by Project and their 2013 partner, the Films News Now Foundation (FNN), is presenting a screening of “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” this Friday, Sept. 6th at NYU Tisch. The director of the documentary, Christine Choy of FNN, will be available for a Q&A after the screening with a reception to follow. We would love for you to come join us to watch this powerful film about Vincent Chin and the aftermath of his death that united the Asian American community in search of social justice.
Attendees must RSVP at Eventbee for entry.
Date: Friday, September 6th, 2013
Time: 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Location: NYU Tisch School of Arts, 721 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
Doors open at 6 p.m.
Screening begins promptly at 6:45 p.m.
Q&A + Reception to follow
Our partner, TAP-NY is proud to announce the return of their highly successful Entrepreneur Challenge & Competition (ECC). Business proposals have been pouring in and we are now preparing for Round 2: Presentations & Mentoring. With over $10,000 on the line, stay tuned on http://competition.tap-ny.
Join us at the Final Day Competition on Sep 14th – open to the public – and watch as the Final 8 battle it out for over $10,000 in cash. Tickets to Competition Day are on sale now for just $3. Buy yours here.
REGISTER HERE: https://aajamediaaccess2013.eventbrite.com/
Presented by the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), this free hands-on workshop will teach you how to get your news in the news. Learn from the pros on how you can enhance communication with the press. You will also get the rare opportunity to practice pitching your story and receive valuable feedback on your pitch.
This FREE event for the community is open to nonprofit organizations, community leaders, concerned citizens, or anyone looking to get their news in the news. You must register to attend.
If you do not have any media experience at all or if you are looking to pitch that story and get advice, you are encouraged to attend.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Richard Lui anchors NBC’s Early Today and dayside MSNBC, where his focus is politics. Lui was previously at CNN Worldwide, where he solo-anchored the 10am edition of Morning Express and also anchored and reported for Morning Express with Robin Meade, CNN Domestic and CNN International. His community work includes ambassadorships with the Epilepsy Foundation, Plan International, and contributing columnist for The Seattle Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Politico.
Ti-Hua Chang is currently a general assignment and investigative reporter for WNYW, the FOX affiliate in New York. Before joining WCBS in 2005, Chang worked as a general assignment/investigative TV reporter at WNBC-TV. Prior to that, he was the host of his own talk show, New York Hotline on WNYC-TV. Chang is also the recipient of the George Foster Peabody Award and the recipient of five Emmys, Press Association awards in Philadelphia, Denver, Detroit and New York, Edward R. Murrow, AP, and UPI awards. He is also the recipient of two AAJA television awards and also a NABJ award for the Medgar Evers Witness story.
Fred Katayama is an award-winning anchor, correspondent and producer at Reuters TV in New York. In his career spanning wires, magazine, broadcast/cable TV, and local/business/foreign news. He has worked at CNN, KIRO-TV, NHK, Fortune magazine, and the AP. He is a board director of the Japan Society and U.S.-Japan Council and a facilitator of AAJA’s Executive Leadership Program.
Tim Scheld is Director of News and Programming at New York’s WCBS Newsradio 880, a job he has held for the past ten years. Tim has had a 25 year reporting career working as a local street reporter in New York for both WOR Radio and WCBS Newsradio. Prior to taking the job as News Director at 880. Tim was also a National Correspondent for ABC News Radio.
Rajath Vikram is the evening assignment editor at NY1 News. He has also worked at WPIX-TV and 1010 WINS radio is New York and is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. A New York native, he has covered Asian American issues ranging from the investigation into the death of Pvt. Danny Chen to push for South Asian representation in New York government.
Please check in at the lobby front desk and provide a valid ID. A NewsCorp security guard will escort you to the appropriate elevator. Special thanks to NewsCorp for hosting this event.