This week, I presented some reflections on leadership to my local chapter of the National Associations of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP). I’ve been the local chapter president for the past two years and involved with both the local chapter and the National organization for the past three. Thanks to everyone who showed up, and here’s a version of my presentation here.
Received my 2013 Packers Season Ticket waiting list number!
This kind of messes up my projection. It was at 105 years previously. Drawing another regression line gives me 60 years. But the people mentioned in the article above got theirs in in 33 years (their father apparently put their names on the list when they were born). Gives me hope!
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There are many questions about what role the arts play in education. Orchestra, choir, band, theater are usually electives at a high school. They are often the first to be cut when budgets need cutting. But being in an orchestra taught me valuable lessons that would ultimately land me a job offer.
I started playing the violin when I was 4 years old. My mom said it was to give me something to do, but I’m sure being born into an Asian family had something to do with it as well. I played in the 4th grade orchestra when I was in 1st grade, throughout elementary school, middle school, and high school. I also joined the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO). It was that time in MYSO where I experienced what playing in a full symphony was like (adding the hot air blowing part of the orchestra). Hearing music within a full symphony orchestra was amazing.