WE BUILD LEADERS
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The North Carolina Chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) was founded in 1997 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating, supporting and promoting Asian American leaders through professional development programs, community services engagements, and diverse industry connections.
In order to achieve our goals, NAAAP – Atlanta offers a diverse range of professional development programs on the local and national level, engages its membership in community service and organizes professional networking events. These may range from a series of panels, workshops and seminars, and web-based sessions and networking.
Cultivate and empower leaders for professional excellence.
Connect accomplished professionals throughout our comunity for mutual success.
Engage and participate in service to the Atlanta community-at-large.
Inspire leaders to make a meaningful difference in the community.
Employee Resource Council
Our North Carolina community consists of members dedicated to their Employee Resource Groups. Once a quarter, they gather to share best practices for programs, volunteer recruitment, retention, recognition, relations within our companies, coalition-building with other ERGs, and internal and external communication.
NAAAP NC provides a regular timeframe and meeting for ERG leaders to check in and elevate the impact and visibility of ERGs collectively and increase positive results for respective companies.
We Build Leaders
NAAAP is the premier leadership organization for Asian and Asian American professionals.
As the largest and fastest growing API professionals association, NAAAP continues to provide its members with the tools and resources to further career advancement and to empower Asians and Pacific Islanders to become great leaders as well as valuable employees.
In order to achieve our goals, NAAAP offers a diverse range of professional development programs on the local and national level, engages its membership in community service and organizes professional networking events. These may range from a series of panels, workshops and seminars, and web-based sessions and networking.
Mid Career Professionals
61% of our members are mid-career professionals, followed by 30% who identify as early career.
Identify as Asian
82% of our members identify as Asian, while our remaining members are supportive allies.
Higher Education Degree
The majority of our members hold a higher education degree, of which 50% also hold a graduate degree.