I have the privilege of being the event coordinator for ASPIRE's First Annual Mother's Day Brunch on May 9th at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge. This is going to be a fabulous event, and a wonderful opportunity to hear some inspirational speakers. Here is some more information on the event.
Asian Sisters Participating in Reaching Excellence, Inc. (ASPIRE)
celebrates Mother's Day by recognizing exceptional Asian American women.
1st Annual Mother’s Day Brunch – A Fundraiser for ASPIRE
Riverside Pavilion, Hyatt Regency Cambridge, 11:00AM-2:00PM
Emceed by Channel 7 News Anchor Frances Rivera, the event is co-chaired by Tracy Palandjian, Managing Director, The Parthenon Group, Cheng Imm Tan, Director, Mayor’s Office of New Bostonians, and Dr. Faith Kim, Chair, Intercultural Education, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. The event is coordinated by Pink Orchid Weddings, and sponsored by Hyatt Regency Cambridge, It’s About Time, and Drs. David and Faith Kim.
In addition to honoring our mothers and hearing inspirational words of advice from our co-chairs, the event will also include a spoken word poet, music by Sam JC Lee and Takeshi Ohbayashi, a live and silent auction of prizes ranging from a day of healthy cooking by Chef German Lam, gift certificates to restaurants Myers & Chang and Elephant Walk, a signed Yao Ming jersey and many more wonderful items. Proceeds will go towards ASPIRE’s general operating funds. To purchase tickets to this event, please click here.
Founded in 2001, ASPIRE was established to empower Asian American high school and college girls with career development and leadership skills through shared experiences and mentoring. ASPIRE aims to mentor and serve Boston-area young Asian women who seek to better navigate the lifetime of opportunities and career choices ahead, make the most of their academic and extracurricular college experiences, and learn from their Asian American sisters’ accomplishments and insights. For more information, go to www.girlsaspire.org.
Hope to see you there!