Mai J Lo Lee to lead discussion on Asian American women in advocacy at Women’s Leadership Summit | Madison365
Mai J Lo Lee, director of the Multi-ethnic Student Affairs Office at UW-Green Bay, will moderate a panel discussion titled “Asian American Women in Advocacy Panel” at the Women’s Leadership Summit on Monday, February 6.
The event is virtual and free, though registration is required. Registration is open now at this link.
Mai J. Lo Lee (she/her) is a Hmong American educator and has been recognized as one of Wisconsin’s Most Influential Asian American leaders. This year, Mai received the 2023 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Educator of the Year for her mentorship, advocacy work, and her impact as a role model and community leader. She is an appointed member on the Governor’s Advisory Council on Inclusion and Equity and a board of director at the Green Bay Botanical Garden. Professionally, Mai works at UW – Green Bay. In her spare time, Mai loves to hike the many trails of Wisconsin.
The one-day Women’s Leadership Summit this year is all online, so you can attend from the comfort of your home or office. It will feature five sessions on a variety of topics. Get more details and register now at WisconsinLeadershipSummit.com!
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