Past Events

We believe in celebrating our milestones and reflecting on our journey. Take a look at our past events, where we’ve come together to share stories, build skills, and strengthen our community. Each event is a testament to the power of collective action and the spirit of empowerment among Pan-Asian women.

USPAACC-WISE at WBENC National Conference 2024

At WBENC National Conference 2024, a “Women of Influence” Living Room Chat featured panelists from various businesses and technology companies. The event, moderated by Carolyn Joshua, Doris Li Yeh, and Vivian Young, showcased USPAACC President Susan Allen and WBENC President Pamela Prince-Eason’s commitment to supporting women-owned businesses.

SHEroes 2024 ​

SHEroes 2024 is a three-year event celebrating Asian American women’s achievements in entrepreneurship and DEI. Sponsored by Wells Fargo, California Water Association, Salesforce, and 360 Talent Solutions, the event features an awards luncheon and networking opportunities. The panel discussion, led by California State Treasurer Fiona Ma, focuses on government business opportunities. Nominating candidates embodying SHEroes spirit is encouraged.

Lunar New Year Soiree: A Celebration of Culture and Community by JP Morgan & Chase, and Gold House

USPAACC WISE’s Vivian Pham and Ansie Ting hosted a Lunar New Year Soiree in San Francisco, honoring traditions with lion dances and a Lo Hei “prosperity toss.” The event, featuring a dim sum feast from Palette Tea House, fostered connections among members, founders, investors, and partners, highlighting the Asian Pacific community’s cultural heritage and unity.

A Glimpse into the Future: USPAACC-WISE Data Center Tour at CoreSite

USPAACC WISE members visited CoreSite’s advanced data center, learning about data management, security, and innovation. The event highlighted the importance of technology in driving business and societal progress, and emphasized diversity and inclusion in the tech sector, inspiring future generations of Pan-Asian women in technology.

InnovASIAN Symposium 2024

The symposium featured two panels highlighting influential Pan-Asian women in leadership and technology. The “Women of Influence” panel featured industry leaders, while the “Women Leaders & AI” panel explored the intersection of AI and female leadership. Both sessions highlighted the importance of mentorship, innovation, and empowerment, inspiring attendees to create impactful professional paths.

Women of Wise (WOW) Meetup in San Francisco

San Francisco hosted a dynamic WOW Meetup, bringing together women from diverse backgrounds for an empowering session of mentorship, connection, and growth. This event fostered community among participants, providing a platform for sharing experiences and insights in the heart of the tech world.

Women of Wise (WOW) Meetup in New York

A vibrant gathering of inspiring women, marked by engaging discussions, and networking. Attendees had the unforgettable experience of seeing themselves featured on the digital screens of Times Square, symbolizing the visibility and impact of women in leadership.

Virtual Leadership Sessions

The Virtual Leadership Sessions are interactive webinars focused on developing the skills and confidence of emerging women leaders. Expert speakers and thought leaders share their knowledge on various topics, from effective communication to strategic thinking, ensuring attendees leave each session empowered to take on leadership roles with renewed confidence.

Monthly Mentoring Circle

Our Monthly Mentoring Circle offers a regular space for women to connect, share, and learn from each other’s journeys. These sessions are designed to build supportive relationships, enhance personal and professional growth, and strengthen the leadership capabilities of women in our community.

CelebrASIAN 2023

CelebrASIAN is America’s largest and longest-running business development conference convened by Pan Asian Americans. For over 39 years, CelebrASIAN has launched, expanded, and energized thousands of successful business partnerships among corporate America, federal, state, and local government agencies, large nonprofits, Pan Asian American and other minority, and diverse enterprises.