NYCAASC 2017 Workshops

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Track 1

Creating Positive Change for Collective Power

Room 375

Description: Are you frustrated at the policies enacted by the recent executive orders? How can one person or a small group make a difference? Learn how to incite the passion in a community to get onboard, get active and do something. This workshop is designed to teach you to be the spark and the fuel to get your campus and community organized and active toward building your collective power. Whether it's to host a rally, organize a day of action, or push for change in the community let's talk about how we can activate work together to create a better AAPI community.


Kathryn Quintin


Kathryn Quintin is currently the Programs Associate at Asian Pacific Islander Vote (APIAVote) where she coordinates most of the youth engagement and outreach. She was raised in sunny Kissimmee, Florida right outside of Orlando, and is a recent graduate of Florida State University majoring in International Affairs with a focus on Sociology. She currently holds a position as the Executive Director of the East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU) and on the Board of Advisers for SERCAAL (Southeast Regional Conference for Asian American Leaders).