An Accomplished Morning!
By Yuanlong, AALEAD DC Student Photos Courtesy of Alex Jue, AALEAD Mentor & Tina Ngo, AALEAD Staff Asian American LEAD (AALEAD) focuses on three different outcomes: Educational Empowerment, Identity Development, and Leadership. Every year, our youth work towards their leadership goals by participating in various community service activities across the greater DC Metro area. From […]
The AALEAD Family Grows: Welcome, Chelsea!
By Chelsea Iorlano, Development & Communications Associate Photos courtesy of Victoria Gonçalves (GWU); Kayla Williams, Johnny Aruajo, GW MSSC Media Team Hello, wonderful people! My name is Chelsea and I have just joined the community here at Asian American LEAD to serve as the Development & Communications Associate. I am thrilled to have been welcomed […]
AALEAD Loiederman Leaders Made Not Born!
By Antwoine Johnson, MD Middle School Program Coordinator Photos Courtesy of Melor Suhaimi, MD Programs Manager “The most dangerous leadership myth is that leaders are born – that there is a genetic factor to leadership. That’s nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born. “ — Warren Bennis This has been […]
AALEADers Exploring College!
By: Shaima Ahmad, VA High School Program Coordinator Photos Courtesy of Shaima Ahmad, AALEAD Staff This past Saturday, 6 high school students from our Virginia and DC programs attended a college admissions workshop. The workshop was organized collaboratively by the Montgomery County Muslim Foundation and the USPAK Foundation. After a warm welcome, we had lunch […]