Change the world!
Join us for an event you do not want to miss. We are bringing together more than 300 self-identified AAPI women and girls to share their stories and learn from powerful AAPI women leaders who are changing the game in Politics, Business, Tech, Non-Profit Organizations, Philanthropy. Our speakers, panelists, interactive workshops, healing activities, and vendors will help us to identify our communities’ greatest challenges and assets. One of our goals is to identify and work to end the multiple forms of violence we experience. An end result: A very powerful day of recognition, celebration and transformation that will inspire self-identified AAPI women and girls to be even more powerful than they are, to support each other and our communities, and to change the world.
Allies and supporters are welcomed to join!
The U.S. Asian population grew 72% between 2000 and 2015 - from 11.9 million to 20.4 million. We have the fastest growth rate of any major racial or ethnic group in the United States (Pew Research, 2017). We are immigrants. We are American-born. We are refugees. We are students. We are business-owners. We are workers. We are professors. We are chefs. We are cooks. We are survivors. We are differently-abled. We are formerly incarcerated. We are fighters. We are leaders. Come join self-identified AAPI women and girls to build upon our growing network and movement to learn, share your experiences, and to help shape the progressive social and political power of our communities.
Scholarships are available.
For an application, please e-mail Jenny Wun at email@example.com.
Our identities, experiences, and stories are diverse. Come to share and hear the stories of many other AAPI women and girls. What does it mean to be Asian and Pacific Islander in America? What has it meant and what will we make it mean today? Come to shape the way you and the world recognize AAPI women and girls. Add your story to the growing list of AAPI women leaders.
Themes & Workshops:
Health | Wellness | Healing
Resistance | Activism | Violence
Leadership | Politics | Civic Participation | Business
Identity | History | Diaspora | Immigration
(Agenda, speakers and sessions subject to change)
Come to share and hear the stories of many other AAPI women and girls. What does it mean to be Asian and Pacific Islander in America? What has it meant and what will we make it mean today? Come to shape the way you and the
world recognize AAPI women and girls. Add your story and leadership to the growing list of AAPI women changemakers!
Ed Roberts Campus
3075 Adeline St.
Berkeley, CA 94703
The Ed Roberts Campus (ERC) is located at 3075 Adeline Street, in Berkeley, California, which is south of Ashby Avenue between Tremont and Woolsey Streets.
The conference will be hosted at a fully accessible transit hub, the Ed Roberts Campus is a national and international model dedicated to disability rights and universal access. For additional access information, please visit:
The ERC is at the Ashby BART Station on the Richmond/Fremont BART line. BART Trip Planner
In the East Bay: Take AC Transit bus #12 via Martin Luther King Jr. Way, or the #80 bus via Ashby Ave. From San Francisco: Take the F bus from the SF Bus terminal, get off at the Ashby BART stop in front of the Ed Roberts Campus. 511.org Trip Planner (all transit)
The ERC is well situated for biking. Adeline Avenue has bike lanes and Berkeley Bicycle Boulevards on Russell and Milvia Streets are nearby and provide safe routes. Both AC Transit and BART accommodate bicycles. Bike racks are provided on the east side of the building and secure bike parking is available for a minimal fee at the Ashby BART station.
There is limited 2-hour parking in the adjacent neighborhoods. You may park in the Ashby BART parking lot for free after 3 pm on weekdays and on weekends.
ERC has a “transit first” policy designed to reduce emissions and to lessen our impact on neighbors. Employees are encouraged to consider BART, bike, walking and other public transit options.