On Wednesday, March 9, 2022, 6-7 pm ET (3-4 pm PT) join the Chinese American Museum Washington DC (CAMDC) in conversation with four remarkable women who have served our country. This is a free online event (registration required).
Now, more than ever, women are being represented in diverse roles and leadership throughout all U.S. military branches. Hear from four retired and active duty members, their story of leadership, representation, and life in the military.
Joining the panel conversation, representing the United States Army, are Lieutenant Colonel Chunlin Zhang (retired) and Captain Alicia Greer (retired); former United States Navy Commander Evelyn L. Moy (retired); and active-duty the United States Air Force Staff Sergeant Faustina Short.
Leading the conversation is E. Samantha Cheng, Executive Producer, Heritage Series, and author of Honor and Duty: The Chinese American WWII Veterans.
This event is part of The Pauline W. Tsui Women in Leadership Series sponsored by the Ruth H Kuo and Rhoda How Memorial Foundation.
The Chinese American Museum is dedicated to advancing the understanding, knowledge, and appreciation of the Chinese American experience, by highlighting the history, culture, spirit, and contributions of Chinese Americans to our nation and beyond.
Register here for the webinar.
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