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AAGEN Speaker's Bureau

Purpose: To compile contact, current position, topics, and biographies of volunteering AAGEN member speakers to speak outside of AAGEN on speeches within the scope of AAGEN’s mission.

To invite an AAGEN speaker to speak at your organization: Please contact our speakers directly through their email addresses listed below.

To become an AAGEN speaker (for AAGEN members only) or to ask a question regarding the Speakers’ Bureau: Please email your profiles (contact info, current position, topics, and biographies) or address related question(s) directly to C.J. George Chang (gchang2012@yahoo.com; 240-793-8425).

AAGEN Member Speakers

Jer Donald Get

Executive Director, Joint Enabling Capabilities Command, US Transportation Command
getjd@aol.com
Topics:
  1. The business case for diversity
  2. Breaking the stereotype of Asian Americans – achieving excellence in a variety of professions
  3. Asian American’s Military Legacy
  4. Career transitions

Biography




Dr. Shue-Jane L. Thompson

Director, Performance Excellence Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions

shue-jane.thompson@lmco.com

Topics:

  1. Adaptive Asian American Leadership
  2. Diversity and Inclusion in the Private Sector
  3. Alignment of Mission and Technology Management

Biography




Carson K. Eoyang, PhD

Emeritus Professor, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA

ckeoyang@msn.com

Topics:

  1. Getting Ahead: Breaking the Glass Ceiling
  2. Executive Learning
  3. Organizational Cultures
  4. Confessions of an Asian American

Biography




Derek K. Hirohata

Colonel, USAF

ninjaderek@aol.com

Topics:

  1. AF
  2. Special Ops
  3. Missile Ops
  4. USSOCOM

Biography




Joseph Ayoub

Lead Economist, Department of Energy

joe.ayoub@gmail.com

Topics:

  1. Leadership in the Federal Government
  2. Managing Diversity
  3. The Presidential Management Fellows Program
  4. How to Manage Your Federal Career

Biography




Les Jin

Recently retired from the federal government. Currently on the board of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Law Foundation; member of NAPABA Civil Rights Committee and the Pro Bono and Community Services Committee.

lesrjin@gmail.com

Topics:

  1. Senior Management Leadership
  2. Not-for-profit Leadership
  3. Civil Rights
  4. Lawyers as Leaders and Managers
  5. Role of Senior Political Appointee Leaders and Relationship with Career SES and Other Career Staff

Biography




Paul White, DTM

Chief Ambassador for Washington DC's Toastmasters District 27; Retiree, Senior Foreign Service Minister Counselor in the U.S. Embassies, US Department of State

PEWhite@msn.com

Topics:

  1. Communicate Effectively - Climb to the Top
  2. Public Speaking
    1. Add Storytelling to your speeches to capture audience interest and make your messages memorable
    2. How to use Mind-mapping in preparing and delivering captivating speeches with powerful messages
    3. Evaluation - how to give effective evaluations of others and how to use feedback to improve your public speaking
    4. Basic Course 101 - Public Speaking for the Public Service
  3. Public Diplomacy
    1. The U.S. - Japan Development Cooperation Partnership - a focus on Global Issues
    2. Lessons Learned On the Ground from the Vietnam War
    3. Zen as a Vehicle for Advancing in U.S. Government Public Service
    4. Bringing the Government, Non-Government Organizations and the for-profit Private Sector into Partnership - Lessons from Japan
  4. Social Issues
    1. Growing Up in America as a Minority
    2. Prejudice in America and Japan - a Comparison
    3. A Life Influenced by Koizumi Yakumo
    4. The East-West Center - A Learning and Cultural Bridge between America and Asia
 

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