Civic Leadership USA, in collaboration with Anthony Le, a well-known leadership coach and consultant with many years of experience training AAPI civic leaders in San Francisco Bay Area, California and groups of young AAPI leaders all over the country, presents its third webinar in series of five: “How to Become Civic Leaders with a Minority Ethnic Background” on August 8th, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM Pacific. This one is NOT JUST A WEBINAR, BUT A WORKSHOP AND MORE! You will gain so much from it! Don’t wait, join us and be excited!
Deputy Director, Asian Pacific American Leadership Institute (APALI)
Director of People Dev EM Collective
Leadership Coach and Consultant, PVTL Moments
Anthony Lê is a driven leadership consultant, coach, and trainer with over 15 years of transforming how people show their leadership during their pivotal moments. His mission is to guide others to become more effective leaders while championing diversity, inclusion, and equity building.
He has managed, directed, facilitated multiple leadership programs over the years, and is currently leading an immersive leadership class for participants showing passion to transform their work ranging from private, public, nonprofit, higher education, and tech sectors.
During his downtime, Anthony can be found creating and planning events for the Silicon Valley and SF Bay Areas or immersing in photography as part of his mindfulness practice.
Webinar Series Schedule:
1. June 13th, 1 to 2:30 pm PDT: Public Service Internships 101
2. July 11th, 1 to 2:30 pm PDT: Young Leaders Speak Up! – Policy Advocacy
3. August 8th, 1-2:30 pm PDT: How to Become Civic Leaders with a Minority Ethnic Background
4. Sept. 12th, 1-2:30 pm PDT: Mobilizing the Community – A Merged Webinar with the 2020 National Leadership Civic Forum
5. Oct.10th , 1-2:30 pm PDT: Future Career in Government
Remember, this is just the third of our five webinars, each with their own specific topic and particular speakers chosen from their expertise in that field. Come to our webinars and earn a Badge at each one. Collect four of the five badges and receive a Certificate recognizing your completion. Be sure to invite your friends and family!
Civic Leadership USA (CLUSA) is a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) incorporated in Washington DC since 2013. CLUSA was founded by Mr. Sandy Chau, chairman of the board, and represent his vision and hopes of Asian and Pacific Islanders being involved in civic leadership.
Headquartered in San Mateo, California, our main objectives are to empower and organize the Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) communities to create a national network of civic-minded organizations and leaders. This network of leaders will work in unity to facilitate a much more involved and engaged community.
The principal activity of CLUSA is to sponsor civic leadership forums and public service internship programs across the nation. Aside from helping the Asian and Pacific Islander communities, we are all-inclusive and welcome people of all races and cultures to join us in our mission.
To support public service/government internship programs, CLUSA hosts an annual national internship training conference to train and connect civically minded students nationwide. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year we have moved our national student summit online and welcome you to join our “Young Leaders for America: Summit 2020”!
Young Leaders for America (YLFA) is a cohort of civically engaged students and intern alumni from CLUSA and its grantee organizations that is dedicated to fostering young AAPI leaders and supporting them in their future ventures as civically involved individuals. Through monthly webinars, we collaborate with CLUSA to spark more involvement within the AAPI communities, especially our young leaders pioneering this movement. Our group has three main goals: Equip, Embolden, and Engage.
If you’d like to know more, don’t hesitate to reach out. Please feel free to ask questions and engage with others within this community. We’re here to help!