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Learn From Leaders of Atlanta’s Diverse Asian Communities

October 11, 2017 at 6:14 pm - 8:30 pm

Intercultural Atlanta invites you to meet our dynamic guest speakers, listen to their personal stories, and learn how to become more involved in Atlanta’s diverse Asian communities.

Who are Intercultural Atlanta’s Guest Speakers?

Garry Guan is a native of Northeastern China, a Metro Atlanta resident since 1992, a scholar in anthropology and archaeology, a professional translator and interpreter, and a certified mediator in the State of Georgia, as well as a community activist. Mr. Guan is a former President of North DeKalb Rotary Club, Rotary International, and among others he has served as a board member for the Asian American Resource Center, a board member for Partnership for Community Actions, Inc., Vice President of the Chinese Business Association of Atlanta, and Vice President of the Association of Chinese Professionals. Mr. Guan is founder and president of AALS (Asian-American Language Services. Inc.). His vision is to help bridge the communication gap and promote unity between mainstream American and Asian cultures.

Victoria Huynh is a millennial professional with an interest in cultural competency, community building, and strategic planning. She is a strong advocate for the immigrant and refugee communities. In 2000, Ms. Huynh started as youth member at the Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc. (CPACS, the first Asian American and Pacific Islander organization serving the immigrant, refugee, and unprivileged communities in the South). Ms. Huynh became a volunteer in 2004 and currently serves as Vice President. Born to Vietnamese refugee parents, Ms. Huynh has a passion for decreasing barriers to accessing health and vital services and ensuring that immigrant and refugee families are afforded equal rights and access to vital programs. Through her work with various grassroots communities, Ms. Huynh was selected as one of the 25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia in 2015 and 2017.

Kevin Ingoo Kim is an attorney at Taylor Lee & Associates, LLC. Prior to his legal career. Mr. Kim was the first Korean bilingual political radio talk show host & Vice President at Atlanta Radio Korea, AM 790. While practicing law in Georgia, he has returned to Korean radio as a guest every Friday morning at 11:00 am, “Kevin Kim’s American Law Story”. Mr. Kim was named by AJC as “Five Standouts Make Things Happen” in November 2007 and he was awarded by the South Korean government for enhancing the relationship between South Korea and the state of Georgia. Mr. Kim also plans to write a book about Georgia laws.

Join us for this exciting evening! Meet the leaders in Atlanta’s Asian communities. No cost.
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Parking: Park in the Colony Square garage parking off of Peachtree Street (north side of the intersection of 14th Street and Peachtree Street) in the Red Lot. Bring your parking ticket to the event for validation.

If taking MARTA, get off at the Arts Center Station and walk south on Peachtree Street to find Colony Square on the other side of the street.


October 11, 2017
6:14 pm - 8:30 pm
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Intercultural Atlanta