Tuesday, February 21, 2017
About Us

National Association of Asian American Professionals (pronounced nap) is a non-profit, 501©(3), all-volunteer, Pan-Asian American, professional organization that promotes the career advancement and leadership development of Asian American professionals in all fields through networking, respecting Asian multiculturalism, and supporting diversity and community service.

As part of a national organization, NAAAP is the largest and fastest growing Asian American professional organization in the U.S. and Canada. Through its committees, members can participate in many activities that joins other Asian American professionals in community service, professional development and networking activities, just to name a few.

Testimonials
NAAAP Charlotte Testimonials

"I enjoyed the way NAAAP promotes networking and how all the members made me feel like I had been a member of NAAAP for long time already. The main reason for me joining NAAAP is to network with similar minded people in Charlotte area."
-Hemal Desai

"I was very impressed with how dedicated, energetic, and welcoming the team members are, I believe I can make great connections and build long-term relationships with members."
-Rin DeLong

 
 
 
 
 
"Finding a nonprofit professional organization focused on Asian American professionals where I felt I belonged is what attracted me to NAAAP Charlotte.  I believe NAAAP Charlotte gives me more opportunities to get involved in international cultural activities and a way to more effectively expand my professional and personal network."
-Ji-eun Choe

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"I joined NAAAP for professional networking and meeting new friends.  I believe NAAAP will provide the resource and a network of people for me to grow in my profession and expand my social network."
-Karen Chen


 
 
 
Testimonials about 24th Annual NAAAP National Convention held on August 12-15, 2010, in San Francisco

“The NAAAP National Convention was jam packed with amazing Asian American role models such as Sybase CEO John Chen and former President and CEO of United Commercial Bank, Doreen Woo Ho, who shared their amazing stories about shattering the “bamboo ceiling” and the importance of reaching back to support the Asian communities from their power positions!"
-David Joo

“The NAAAP National Convention in San Francisco was a fantastic opportunity to broaden my networks and to deepen my professional knowledge. Well worth the time invested in my own future.”
 -Edward Yang

“This was my 3rd National Convention and it never gets old. I always love attending because each new convention brings new speakers, new workshops, new Asian American role models and leaders that are willing to share their experiences and it inspires me to not only continue in my career aspirations but to also grow both personally and professionally in many areas.”
-You Vang

"It was a great experience to meet hundreds of Asian American professionals from many cities in North America. As a first-time attendee, I was so thrilled by the great speakers, workshops, galas, fashion show, etc. I’ll definitely make plans to attend next year’s convention in Boston."
-Mi Li

NAAAP Charlotte Testimonials

"I enjoyed the way NAAAP promotes networking and how all the members made me feel like I had been a member of NAAAP for long time already. The main reason for me joining NAAAP is to network with similar minded people in Charlotte area."
-Hemal Desai

"I was very impressed with how dedicated, energetic, and welcoming the team members are, I believe I can make great connections and build long-term relationships with members."
-Rin DeLong

 
 
 
 
 
"Finding a nonprofit professional organization focused on Asian American professionals where I felt I belonged is what attracted me to NAAAP Charlotte.  I believe NAAAP Charlotte gives me more opportunities to get involved in international cultural activities and a way to more effectively expand my professional and personal network."
-Ji-eun Choe

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"I joined NAAAP for professional networking and meeting new friends.  I believe NAAAP will provide the resource and a network of people for me to grow in my profession and expand my social network."
-Karen Chen


 
 
 
Testimonials about 24th Annual NAAAP National Convention held on August 12-15, 2010, in San Francisco

“The NAAAP National Convention was jam packed with amazing Asian American role models such as Sybase CEO John Chen and former President and CEO of United Commercial Bank, Doreen Woo Ho, who shared their amazing stories about shattering the “bamboo ceiling” and the importance of reaching back to support the Asian communities from their power positions!"
-David Joo

“The NAAAP National Convention in San Francisco was a fantastic opportunity to broaden my networks and to deepen my professional knowledge. Well worth the time invested in my own future.”
 -Edward Yang

“This was my 3rd National Convention and it never gets old. I always love attending because each new convention brings new speakers, new workshops, new Asian American role models and leaders that are willing to share their experiences and it inspires me to not only continue in my career aspirations but to also grow both personally and professionally in many areas.”
-You Vang

"It was a great experience to meet hundreds of Asian American professionals from many cities in North America. As a first-time attendee, I was so thrilled by the great speakers, workshops, galas, fashion show, etc. I’ll definitely make plans to attend next year’s convention in Boston."
-Mi Li

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