• NAAAP Phoenix is now ACEL

    NAAAP Phoenix is now ACEL

  • Grow Your Skills to Becoming a Better Communicator - 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month at 6:30pm

    Grow Your Skills to Becoming a Better Communicator - 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month at 6:30pm

  • Summer Networking Mixer at the Saguaro Scottsdale - Tues., August 5 at 5:30pm

    Summer Networking Mixer at the Saguaro Scottsdale - Tues., August 5 at 5:30pm

  • We Need Your Helping Hands at St. Mary's Food Bank on Saturday, September 20, 2014

    We Need Your Helping Hands at St. Mary's Food Bank on Saturday, September 20, 2014

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NAAAP is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization that brings together
Asian American professionals and provides
opportunities for their success through leadership
development, career advancement, and community impact.



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Affiliated with the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP), NAAAP-Phoenix is a non-profit organization servicing its members, their families, friends and the greater metropolitan Phoenix communities.

 

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PDC
PDC

The Professional Development Committee develops programs which address the needs and concerns of Asian Pacific Americans as they enter the workforce, advance in their careers and become leaders in their profession and in the Asian American community.

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CAC
CAC

The Cultural Awareness Committee supports activities that enhance a more wide spread perception of Asian Americans which in turn raises cultural awareness to the public.  NAAAP-Phoenix encourages its members to network and build relationships with other Asian groups within our community.

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CSC
CSC

The Community Service Committee provides a variety of volunteer opportunities and other events to help engage NAAAP-Phoenix members in community outreach efforts. Other events include Special Olympics, Mesa Food Bank, Holiday Toy Drive and Dinner.

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MEN
MEN

The Mentorship Committee seeks innovative ways to attract mentors, mentees and corporation to the Mentorship Program, hosts monthly meetings, oversees the mentorship application and interview process, manages the dissemination and collection or quarterly program reviews from participants . . .

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  • Statement by the President on the Occasion of Eid-al-Fitr

    As Muslims throughout the United States and around the world celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, Michelle and I extend our warmest wishes to them and their families.  This last month has been a time of fasting, reflection, spiritual renewal, and service to the less fortunate.  While Eid marks the completion of Ramadan, it also celebrates the common values that unite us in our humanity and reinforces the obligations that people of all faiths have to each other, especially those impacted by poverty, conflict, and disease.

    In the United States, Eid also reminds us of the many achievements and contributions of Muslim Americans to building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy.  That is why we stand with people of all faiths, here at home and around the world, to protect and advance their rights to prosper, and we welcome their commitment to giving back to their communities.

    On behalf of the Administration, we wish Muslims in the United States and around the world a blessed and joyous celebration.  Eid Mubarak.

  • Letter from the President -- War Powers Resolution Letter Regarding Libya
    TEXT OF A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
    TO THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
    AND THE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE OF THE SENATE
     
    July 27, 2014
     
    Dear Mr. Speaker: (Dear Mr. President:)
     
    As I most recently reported on June 12, 2014, U.S. Armed Forces have been in Libya to support the security of U.S. personnel in that country. During the period July 25-26, due to ongoing violence resulting from clashes between Libyan militias in the immediate vicinity of the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, embassy personnel and the U.S. forces supporting their security were temporarily relocated outside Libya. The U.S. forces departed Libya, via Tunisia, for U.S. bases in Europe. To support the safe departure of the embassy staff from Libya over land through Tunisia, U.S. military aircraft and additional military personnel entered Libya and Tunisia; those forces have also returned to bases in Europe.
     
    This action has been directed consistent with my responsibility to protect U.S. citizens both at home and abroad, and in furtherance of U.S. national security and foreign policy interests, pursuant to my constitutional authority to conduct U.S. foreign relations and as Commander in Chief and Chief Executive.
     
    I am providing this report as part of my efforts to keep the Congress fully informed, consistent with the War Powers Resolution (Public Law 93-148). I appreciate the support of the Congress in these actions.
     
    Sincerely,
     
    BARACK OBAMA
  • Readout of the President’s Call with Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel

    President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke again today by phone about the situation in Gaza.  The President underscored the United States’ strong condemnation of Hamas’ rocket and tunnel attacks against Israel and reaffirmed Israel’s right to defend itself.  The President also reiterated the United States’ serious and growing concern about the rising number of Palestinian civilian deaths and the loss of Israeli lives, as well as the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza. 

    Building on Secretary Kerry’s efforts, the President made clear the strategic imperative of instituting an immediate, unconditional humanitarian ceasefire that ends hostilities now and leads to a permanent cessation of hostilities based on the November 2012 ceasefire agreement.  The President reaffirmed the United States’ support for Egypt’s initiative, as well as regional and international coordination to end hostilities.  The President underscored the enduring importance of ensuring Israel’s security, protecting civilians, alleviating Gaza’s humanitarian crisis, and enacting a sustainable ceasefire that both allows Palestinians in Gaza to lead normal lives and addresses Gaza’s long-term development and economic needs, while strengthening the Palestinian Authority.  The President stressed the U.S. view that, ultimately, any lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict must ensure the disarmament of terrorist groups and the demilitarization of Gaza.

  • Statement by Deputy National Security Council Spokesperson Bernadette Meehan on Air Algerie Flight 5071

    We extend our deepest and heartfelt condolences to all those who lost loved ones on board Air Algerie’s flight 5071.  We appreciate the close cooperation among the United Nations as well as the governments of France, Mali, the Netherlands, Algeria, Burkina Faso, and others who worked in concert on the swift and coordinated international response to this tragic event.  The victims—as well as their families and loved ones—remain in our prayers and thoughts.

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