Elite Mentor-Protégé Program for Rising Young Asian Leaders

Inquirer.net | Tuesday, April 7, 2015

naisA, the first 501(c)(3) education non-profit focused on “empowering young Asian leaders across the globe,” announced the naisA Mentor-Protégé Program. The flagship program gives emerging Asian leaders access to high-profile mentors. read more

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Next-generation Asian Leaders in DC

The Korea Times | Sunday, July 24, 2016  

naisA Global, a nonprofit organization, helped Asian young professionals to seek a better career with the naisA Talk and Networking Event at CBRE in DC. More than 100 young talents attended the event. The president of SYNOLOGY Prof. Jim Hwang, CEO of Arirang TV Kanye Lee, Professor Jim Jones from Duke University, Representative of SnobSwap Elysee Huang, Founder of Sen Sound Yoko Sen gave the opening remarks at the event. read more

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NaisA and the CEO Jamie Younghee Sheen

Etnews | Sunday, May 31, 2015

naisA is a nonprofit educational organization headquartered in Washington, DC, which helps talented young Asian professionals to explore their potential as future leaders. Sheen graduated from Ewha Womans University. Then she studied in the United States and graduated from a local university. She is a professor at American University in Washington, DC. read more

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Mentoring Program for Asian Founded by Jamie Younghee Sheen

Korea Joongang Daily | Saturday, May 9, 2015

“Asian students in college are doing well, but Asian leaders are marginalized in global companies. Nowadays, companies are fighting a fierce battle for talent and they start to realize that Asia is no longer a production base but a consumer market. ” read more

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