720 North State Street
Chicago, IL 60654
An exclusive program by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for business professionals of all backgrounds. Attendees will learn what the Asian American experience is like in a not-so-well-known organization. Hear first-hand perspectives from a panel of Asian American CIA officers representing careers in Operations, Analysis, and Technology. Each panelist will share the experiences of his or her journey to and through the CIA in a thoughtful and entertaining fashion.
Learn about what the CIA is responsible for today and how it accomplishes its mission with the assistance of Asian Americans as well as the variety of internships and career opportunities for Asian Americans within the intelligence community.
After the panel, attendees will have the opportunity to network and foster valuable connections with members of the CIA as well as other professionals in the Chicago area. Attendees will enjoy complimentary heavy appetizers (like Chicken Satay, Braised BBQ Ribs, Mahi Mahi tacos, Tempura Crusted Ahi Rolls, and Vegetable Spring Rolls) and a cash bar.
6:30-7:00 pm - Registration7:00-8:00 pm - Panel/Q&A8:00-9:00 pm - Reception/Networking
REGISTRATION IS FREE BEFORE AUGUST 15, BUT SPACE IS LIMITED.
Sponsors: This event is sponsored by the Central Intelligence Agency and presented by Chicago Taiwanese American Professionals and the Korean American Coalition-Chicago.
Community Partners: NAAAP-Chicago, Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA); Ascene Chicago; and the Japanese American Service Committee (JASC).Please submit your inquiries regarding this event to Jennifer Wong at email@example.com and Greg Wu at firstname.lastname@example.org.