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Friday, October 21 • 10:15am - 11:30pm
1a AAPI in Government Careers
The sharing of working experience, challenges, and opportunities of AAPIs in government careers at various Federal, State, and City agencies.

Moderators
avatar for Nianzu Joe Yang

Nianzu Joe Yang

International Examiner, Internal Revenue Service
Joe Yang is an international examiner for the IRS, Large Business & International Division, specialized in U.S. tax implications of cross border transactions for the past 10 years.  Joe also spent 5 years at big-four accounting firms specializing in tax practice as well as another 5 years in corporate tax for multi-national corporations.  Joe obtained his B.S. in Accounting from UMass Lowell, and M.S. in Taxation from Bentley... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Kimberley E. Ainsworth

Kimberley E. Ainsworth

Executive Director, Greater Boston Federal Executive Board
Kimberly E. Ainsworth was appointed as the Executive Director of the Greater Boston Federal Executive Board in 1998.   She received a B.S. in Communications from UMass in 1991 and a M.S. in Human Resources Development from Northeastern University in 1996.   She began her Federal career as a Presidential Management Intern with the Environmental Protection Agency in 1996 and is now an employee of the US Department of Homeland... Read More →
avatar for Sarah G. Kim

Sarah G. Kim

General Counsel, MA Office of the Treasurer & Receiver General
Sarah G. Kim is General Counsel for the Treasurer and Receiver General of MA managing a team for legal matters pertaining to the MA Treasury, subsidiary agencies and affiliated programs. Previously, Sarah served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Fraud & Financial Crimes Division at the MA Attorney General’s Office. Sarah also worked at Bingham McCutchen LLP for ten years on securities enforcement and litigation, and... Read More →
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Betty K. Yau

Assistant to the Mayor, City of Quincy Constituent Services
Betty Yau first worked for the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office in 1988. In 1992, she created Boston Chinese Radio on WJDA and WBPS providing targeted listeners the knowledge to integrate into the community. In 2008, Betty joined the staff of Mayor Thomas Koch of City of Quincy, serving in the Office of Constituent Services. Betty also founded the Mayor’s Asian American Advisory Committee and the TV show “Eye on... Read More →


Friday October 21, 2016 10:15am - 11:30pm
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