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Read profiles about Asian American leaders and get practical suggestions for your own career.

Starting a Podcast with Advice from Professionals

Starting a Podcast with Advice from Professionals

Over the years, podcasts have begun to grow in popularity. They're entertaining and easy to listen to wherever you go, contributing to the overall appeal of the listening platform. But while chatting into a mic might seem simple and straightforward, starting a podcast...

The Importance of Diversity in Journalism

The Importance of Diversity in Journalism

Growing up in Bayside, Queens, I have always been surrounded by diversity. Before going to NYU, my parents sent me to public school. The classrooms were always filled with different races and backgrounds.  The borough itself is known as the most ethnically...

Interview with Eliza Blank: Growing a Business from Passion

Interview with Eliza Blank: Growing a Business from Passion

“Plants make people happy.” This is the motto that Eliza Blank, founder of The Sill, believes in — and built a business around. The Sill was founded on a growing need for a brand that’s relatable, trendy and plant focused. Started almost a decade ago as an online...

California State Treasurer Chats About Leadership and Finance

California State Treasurer Chats About Leadership and Finance

Leadership has been on my mind a lot lately — on the national level as we head into an election year, as well as in my personal life as I think about who is in charge, what power entails, and what leaders do. There are many different kinds of leaders, but one thing...

Dion Lim: Making Her Moment

Dion Lim: Making Her Moment

When Dion Lim walks into a room, it’s impossible not to feel the energy that radiates from her aura. With her signature news anchor dress (in a bright color, of course) and huge Colgate smile, Lim has an infectious, bubbly energy about her. It would be hard to believe...

AABDC 2019 Outstanding 50 Female Awardees’ Spotlight

AABDC 2019 Outstanding 50 Female Awardees’ Spotlight

The Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC), a New York-based organization that recognizes the economic contributions made by Asian American businesses, held its 18th annual gala of Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business on June 20. The event recognizes...

Dismantling The Bamboo Ceiling

Dismantling The Bamboo Ceiling

In her book “Breaking Through The Bamboo Ceiling,” author Jane Hyun acknowledges that she places a lot of responsibility on Asians to improve their circumstances in the workplace. But she also acknowledges, in an interview with The Atlantic, that it’s important for...

Mochi Mini: Wise School

Mochi Mini: Wise School

Each year, students from Wise School in Los Angeles have proven to be fierce competitors at Odyssey of the Mind, an international, creative, problem-solving competition. Each year, thousands of school teams in 26 countries—including China, Russia, India, Hong Kong,...

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