Asian American Government Executives Network (AAGEN) promotes, expands, and supports Asian American and Pacific Islander leadership in government by holding leadership workshops, senior executive service (SES) development programs, and one-on-one mentoring and coaching sessions. Learn more about us - Link. CFC #45979

City of Austin, Texas

Austin Energy

Job Announcement


Apply by November 3rd, 2020

For more information on this position, candidates may contact:

Joyce Gallo

Senior Recruiter – Mycoff Fry Partners LLC –

(800) 525-9082

Scott Fry

Managing Director – Mycoff Fry Partners LLC –

(800) 525-9082 

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People Systems

Asian Pacific American Influence, Intercultural Competence, & Interorganizational Savvy


Series Description

The People Systems Certificate integrates Asian Pacific Americans‘ (APAs) strengths and possibilities to address our challenges. Beyond standard solutions for APA needs, this series emphasizes signature strategies—designed from the ground up—that leverage APA strengths. The tailored tools and tactics unlock opportunities that mutually benefit APA professionals and the organizations that support us.

  • Tailored & Targeted “Ts”: Practical TrailBlaze Tools™, Tactics, Thought Leadership, & Training for APAs
  • Context & Culture: APA cultural fluidity & hybridity meet communication & contextual challenges in concentrated programs
  • Mutual Benefit: This program synergistically features value to APA individuals and institutions that invest in us
  • Co-Authorship & Co-Create: Collaborate with Elevate to receive co-authorship credit in Elevate future publication
  • Customized Report: Provide your managers with a tailored report of your individual program actions, learnings, and outcomes
Sphere of Influence: Develop Credibility, Visibility, & Leadership Presence


    • Oct 23, 2020 from 3:006:30 p.m. PST
    • Oct 24, 2020 from 8:00 am.4:00 p.m. PST
Register HERE


Leverage: Harness & Deploy the 5 Professional Ps in the Workplace (Purpose, Power, Presence, Politics, & Positioning)


    • Nov 13, 2020 from 3:006:30 p.m. PST
    • Nov 14, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST
Register HERE


In response to current conditions, the Executive Institute at Georgetown's McCourt School of Public Policy is offering a variety of virtual short courses that help working professionals develop new skills to accelerate their careers. These courses are open to the public and are taught by full-time faculty or expert practitioners. Each course will be delivered live via Zoom in multi-day sessions.

Please check out the Site: Click HERE

Protecting Asian American and Pacific Islander Working People
In response to COVID-19

In light of the outbreak of COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus) cases emerging in the United States, Asian American workers are speaking up on how xenophobia and racism interact with America’s inadequate healthcare system and outdated labor laws to endanger workers and hinder disease prevention. Over 2 million Asian American and Pacific Islanders work in healthcare, transportation and service industries--these workers are facing xenophobic and racial discrimination in the workplace in addition to increased exposure to communicable diseases.

Without federal policies guaranteeing paid sick leave and adequate health insurance coverage for all workers, many working people are effectively prevented from following the CDC’s guidance to stay home when they are sick.

For more details, Click HERE

Special vacancy announcement for the City of Austin,Texas - Austin Energy - See Link

Deputy General Manager and Chief Operating Officer

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