C100 Washington Leadership Dialogue Hosts Leadership Development Roundtable

As the concluding event in the Washington Leadership Dialogue series, C100 hosted a Washington D.C. Leadership Roundtable, commencing with a reception followed by a dinner discussion. The roundtable is part of the Committee’s Leadership Development initiative that conducts mentoring programs in Southern California, New York, and China.

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Ben Wu leads the discussion with roundtable participants.

Members Bob Gee, Ming Chen Hsu, Stewart Kwoh, and Ben Wu served as discussion leaders for 15 accomplished Chinese Americans in positions of notable responsibility in their respective professions, including business, government, finance, law, medicine, technology, and academia. Participants expressed their appreciation for the event’s structure and content.

C-100 members rotated tables every thirty minutes, giving attendees the opportunity to interact with all members. Participants also expressed their desire to learn more about C100 programs and assist with advancing the committee’s mission, including the 2013 Annual Conference in Washington D.C. to be held next May. This program was coordinated by C100 professional staff Angie Tang, Mercy Kuo, and Joseph Lin.

As the concluding event in the Washington Leadership Dialogue series, C-100 hosted a Washington D.C. Leadership Roundtable, commencing with a reception followed by a dinner discussion. The roundtable is part of the Committee's Leadership Development initiative that conducts mentoring programs in Southern California, New York, and China.

Ben Wu leads discussion with roundtable participants. CULTIVATING DC.JPG

Members Bob Gee, Ming Chen Hsu, Stewart Kwoh, and Ben Wuserved as discussion leaders for 15 accomplished Chinese Americans in positions of notable responsibility in their respective professions, including business, government, finance, law, medicine, technology, and academia. Participants expressed their appreciation for the event’s structure and content. C-100 members rotated tables every thirty minutes, affording attendees the opportunity to interact with all members. Participants also expressed their desire to learn more about C-100 programs and assist with advancing the committee’s mission, including the 2013 Annual Conference in Washington D.C., to be held next May. This program was coordinated by C-100 professional staff: Angie Tang, Mercy Kuo, and Joseph Lin.

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MEMBERS INVOLVED

Robert W. Gee

Political consultant and advisor / Washington D.C. Regional Chair

Ming Chen Hsu

International business specialist and consultant

Stewart Kwoh

Nationally recognized civil rights leader

Benjamin Wu

President & CEO of Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation

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