Duluth, April 19, 2022 – Georgia Asian Times will be hosting an inaugural summit to address key topics of the AAPI community in metro Atlanta and Georgia. The Summit is held in conjunction with the Asian American Pacific Islanders Heritage Month Celebration.
The Summit is hosted at the UGA Gwinnett Campus in collaboration with the UGA SBDC on May 6. Starting from 8:15am-4:00pm, the GAT AAPI Summit will address four major panel discussions addressing: AAPI Business & Entrepreneurship, AAPI Women Empowerment & Leadership, AAPI Youth Engagement & Leadership, and AAPI Mental Health Awareness.
“The Summit is a culmination of key topics as we gather feedback from our engagement with AAPI community via our podcast, interviews, and reporting. The Summit also a great networking opportunity to meet with business, legislatures, and community organizers,” said Li Wong, Publisher of Georgia Asian Times.
“As most AAPI Month celebrations typically celebrates around dinner galas and cultural events, we take a constructive engagement approach to address important issues in the AAPI community.”
Tickets are available for sale online. General public are encouraged to take advantage of the early bird registration discount until April 22.