Join us for Our New Webinar Series!
ACMA’s Webinar Series and Panel Discussions were created to share professional knowledge and experience to empower those in our Asian American and Pacific Islander community. Each Webinar will feature special guests from our professional network, as well as different focus topics for each event. Check back to this page for updates on future webinar details or subscribe to our newsletter below to be notified of upcoming events!
E4Women in Business
The E4Women in Business Webinar will feature of a roundtable discussion amongst the panelists, followed by a Q&A session from the audience members.
Mylen Yamamoto is the Founder and CEO of Cropsticks, a sustainable chopstick invention that is currently used in 250+ restaurants, hotels, and retailers.
Sasha Suresh is the Founder and Creator of Jolii Cosmetics, a brand inspired by the bright colors and culture of the many places Suresh has lived in and traveled to—including India, Thailand, and Los Angeles.
Kat Mai has over a decade of design experience, specializing in Brand Identity Design. Kat's created brands for businesses involving beauty products, health and wellness, retail and food products, consultants, social media influencers, and more.
Cathlyn Choi is the Founder and Executive Director of Asian Culture & Media Alliance, and the host of her own PBS television cooking show, Cathlyn's Korean Kitchen. Choi has over 25 years of experience in international business development, sales and marketing.
E4Women is a Webinar series produced by ACMA designed to educate, empower and activate younger generations of women of color–especially women of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) descent–who aspire to pursue pathways in entrepreneurial business and seeking personal growth. A distinguished panel of experts in these fields will discuss methods, technologies, and strategies for success, as well as share their personal experiences as women of color in pursuit of their dreams.
The E4Women Series is co-sponsored by the Korean Women’s International Network (KOWIN) San Diego Chapter. For more information on upcoming E4Women webinars, visit our E4Women Page.
The August 27th E4Women Webinar is streaming now on YouTube.
E4Women in Media
The E4Women in Media webinar featured 8 women from various sectors within the film and media industries. Each panelist shared their personal experience and advice as Asian American women and creators in a non-traditional career field. This conversation focused on filmmaking, writing, digital marketing, and podcast/broadcast media.
MediActivism is an online panel discussion for young adults (ages 18-25) who are interested in learning how to understand different forms of media in community activism. We believe that anyone can use media to tell a story, or create awareness and educate others about important issues and events. ACMA is honored to host a special guest panel of individuals who use their knowledge and platform to empower the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
We encourage student organizations and college departments to share this valuable resource with their members. For more information on upcoming webinars, visit our MediActivism Page.
View our July 29th MediActivism Webinar on YouTube:
Building Pathways Webinars provide the knowledge and resources for AAPI students and professionals navigating their career pathways. Each installation of this series will focus on focus areas of the career development journey, as well as focus industries of interest within film, media, and marketing.
The Peer-to-Peer Professionals Webinar features a guest speaker panel of young professionals who have made big strides into their respective industries, or who are continuing their higher-education journey through master programs and special studies.
Career Empowerment Webinar
The September Youth Webinar, will be the first installation Building Pathways. This panel discussion is for students and young professionals who are seeking knowledge and resources in paving their career pathways.