Update February 3, 2017 We had 38 people joining in the celebration. Thank you to those who participated in our event yesterday. The accolades are well deserved! Special shout out to the emcees - Chris Shaw and Ralph Hernandez. We also want to acknowledge the organizers (Tom Lai, Denise Lee, and Jacalyn Mah), volunteers (Paul Mushrush, Dongfen Gao), and photographers (Francie Hubert, Brent Ainsworth). Some photos are featured below: Hope you can join us for our 4th annual lu
Update 10/25/16 The presentations are available: LinkedIn Social Media We want to acknowledge and thank the organizers: Chris Shaw (Human Resources), Becky Ng (Community Development Agency), and Dongfen Gao (Information Services and Technology). In case you're curious, we got the sandwiches from Bahn Mi Zon food truck and the desserts were made by Becky Ng. 9/14/16 Please join us at our first professional development talk on Tuesday, October 25th, from noon to 1:30 PM at the
Members, please join us at our Brown Bag event on Wednesday, September 7th, from noon to 1 PM at the Civic Center Ste 315. We'll be voting for officers and discussing our program for FY 2016-17 while having some ice cream. Please RSVP to ensure space availability. Hope to see you there! Update 9/7/16 Please find minutes here. #member #event #brownbag
As part of DREAM collaborative (Diversity, Respect, Encouragement, Acceptance, Marin), MAPLE helped launch “Dare to Dream” consisting of a series of “Lunch-and-Learn” video screenings of TED Talks. We had an outstanding turnout on June 23 for the first video screening of Mellody Hobson’s “Color Blind or Color Brave?” Two additional TED Talks screenings have been planned for September 21 (Bassam Tariq – The Beauty and Diversity of Muslim Life) and December 1 (Aimee Mullins
Thank you to all those who participated in MAPLE's 3rd Annual Asian Pacific American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration. We had 100 guests joining us.
The event photos are now available. The video recording of the speakers is below. #apiheritage #celebration #event #JamesKim #krishnakumar
2/17/16 Update Thank you to those who participated in the potluck! We hope you met some new co-workers, learned about the year of the fire monkey, and learned how to make fish and lanterns from red envelopes. Special thanks to the organizers - Denise Lee, Tom Lai and Jacalyn Mah - and the origami master, Sophia Liang. You can watch the red envelope origami video here. In addition to the photos below, you can view more event photos here. Shout out to the photographers Francie
The Mental Health & Substance Use Services (MHSUS) Vietnamese Providers Group and Cultural Competency Advisory Board are hosting a free Lunar New Year event on February 12, 2016 for MHSUS clients and their families who are not able to afford other Lunar New Year events in the area which have an entry fee. Any amount you would be willing to donate will allow them to purchase food and book entertainment for the event. Please email Kristine Kwok or call her at (415) 473-6804 if