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Asian American Community Leadership Awards 2012

Asian American Community Leadership Awards 2012

April 30 — The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE), the Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network and the Center for Asian American Studies welcomed alumni and community members at the Etter-Harbin Alumni Center at the 3rd Annual Asian American Community Leadership Awards Ceremony. Every year, these awards recognize outstanding individuals and organizations in Central Texas, and this year’s theme “Business Leaders Building Stronger Communities” honored Asian American business leaders who serve and advocate for … Read entire article »

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The Texas Exes Asian Alumni Winter Reunion Recap

The Texas Exes Asian Alumni Winter Reunion Recap

AUSTIN, TEXAS – The evening of December 16, 2011 marked a new tradition for UT’s Asian American community as alumni convened at the Etter-Harbin Alumni Center for the very first Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network Winter Reunion. Festive lights and holiday music set the scene at the Connally Banquet Hall as over seventy attendees mingled and dined over fine food and drinks. The Winter Reunion is a reception that honors one exemplary alum for outstanding … Read entire article »

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Local Asian American Community Leaders honored at UT

Local Asian American Community Leaders honored at UT

AUSTIN, Texas—The 2nd Annual Asian American Community Leadership Awards honored four community leaders and one organization for their contributions to the Asian community in Texas at an awards ceremony held on May 11 at The University of Texas at Austin. Longtime Austin residents Dr. George C. Chang and Mr. Ali Raza Khataw each received a community leadership circle award as did The Honorable Dr. Martha Jee Wong, of Houston. Chang, a former program manager for the city … Read entire article »

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Shaarik “Rik” H. Zafar receives 2011 Outstanding Young Texas Exes Award

Shaarik “Rik” H. Zafar receives 2011 Outstanding Young Texas Exes Award

Zafar was born in Karachi, Pakistan and moved to Katy, TX with his family at a young age. He went on to attend The University of Texas at Austin, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Plan II in 1997 and a doctor of jurisprudence in 2000. After graduating, Zafar worked as a commercial litigator in Houston. He then joined the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice as Special Counsel for Post … Read entire article »

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