Join the Asian 100 with partner Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas for the second annual State of Asians in North Texas program featuring:
* Presentation of a compendium report on Asian Americans in the North Texas region highlighting population growth, buying power and spending trends in industries including travel and tourism, education, healthcare, technology and indices of importance like education and employment opportunities. This will also touch on national statistics.
* Information from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas on trade between Texas and Asia
* Keynote Panel Presentation "Flying High with Feet on the Ground: Asians in North Texas with representatives from the DFW International Airport, the University of Texas at Dallas, and 2020 Chapter President Trang Dang-Le of the Asian Real Estate Association of American Dallas-Fort Worth chapter moderated by Sam Liu, Director of Business Development for WahHao.
* Lunch buffet program, networking and self-guided art tour
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Corporations, entrepreneurs, non-profit agencies and foundations as well as cultural leaders
PARKING/SECURITY PROCESS: The entrance to the visitor parking lot is on Thomas Avenue. A government-issued photo ID will be required upon check-in. Please allow 10-15 minutes to park and check in. Guests will undergo security screening upon arrival. Weapons of any kind, including pocket knives, are prohibited on the premises. Free, limited parking is available at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Driving directions (https://www.dallasfed.org/fed/direct.aspx) Parking (https://www.dallasfed.org/fed/map.aspx)
COST: Free but space is limited to 130 guests. Contributions and suggested donation of $25 per person accepted.
RSVP: https://asian100forum.eventbrite.com QUESTIONS: Contact us at [email protected]
PRESENTED BY: Asian 100, a Dallas-Fort Worth based organization of 100 women leaders representing multiple Asian ethnicities. This not-for-profit, non-partisan membership organization brings an Asian American perspective to issues concerning Asian Americans as well as offering three signature initiatives: leadership mentoring and training, networking and giving. www.Asian100.org