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CAAEN Affiliates

  • Asian Liver Center 67% of people who have chronic hepatitis B, the primary cause of liver cancer, are unaware that they are infected. The Asian Liver Center at Stanford University, in partnership with ...
    Posted Aug 4, 2014, 11:33 PM by Brian Hall
  • CAAMFest 2014 Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) presents, CAAMFest 2014 Date: March 13 - 23, 2014Location:  San Francisco, Berkeley, OaklandCAAEN's own AT&T ERG, Asian Pacific Islanders for Professional ...
    Posted Mar 14, 2014, 12:20 PM by GC CAAEN
  • ABL Lunar New Year Event The Asian Business League - San Francisco invites you to celebrate the New YearWhen: Thursday, 2/27/14 5:30-830pmWhere: 465 David Court, San FranciscoCost: $10 - CAAEN ...
    Posted Feb 20, 2014, 10:57 PM by GC CAAEN
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CAAEN Announcements

  • April 2014 CAAEN Mixer Come out and meet CAAEN members from 25 different companies!When: Wednesday, 4/30/14 5:30PM-8:30PMWhere: Alibi Restaurant & Lounge - 142 Minna Street, San Francisco 94105 Agenda ...
    Posted Apr 21, 2014, 8:33 PM by GC CAAEN
  • CAAEN 2014 Kickoff Mixer Come out and celebrate with CAAEN at our 2014 Kickoff Event!Where: Region Restaurant, 139 Steuart St. San FranciscoWhen: Thursday, January 23, 2014 5:30-8:30PMRegistration: http ...
    Posted Jan 13, 2014, 3:18 PM by Jin Park
  • 2013 CAAEN Board Elections Dear CAAEN Community:We are seeking nominations for enthusiastic volunteers from within the CAAEN family of ERG and IM members to serve on 2014's CAAEN Leadership Board or Directors ...
    Posted Nov 27, 2013, 2:27 AM by Brian Hall
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CAAENMedia Presents:
Inspire: Asian American Leaders
and their Stories
Produced by the CAAEN Leadership Development Program's 2012 Green Team

Stacy Chan, Mike Chang, Summco Choi, LJ Kwak, Kevin Song, Matt Mui, Yue Tu, Bee Hui Yeh and David Zeng.  Advisor: James Liu.



About CAAEN

Established in 2004, CAAEN (Corporate Asian American Employee Network) is a collaborative network of Asian American employee resource groups from the private, public, and educational sectors in the Greater Bay Area community. Over the years, the network has grown from the original 12 founding employee groups to over 20 active member organizations, many of which are of Fortune 500 companies. CAAEN is a registered 501(c)3 educational nonprofit.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote personal and professional development of Asian American employees through networking, sharing best practices, and collaborating over common interests such as diversity and community service.