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Join Women of the Vine & Spirits for
a Live Chat
AAPI Leadership in Action:
Creating Impact Regardless of Your Title
Wednesday, September 15
9:00AM PST / 12:00PM EST
Thanh Nam Vo Duy
The news coverage on AAPI hate has decreased lately, but the violence and discrimination still persists. Recent studies show that the AAPI community has reported more than 9,081 incidents in roughly 15 months of the pandemic, with the number of incidents increasing from 6,603 to 9,081 during April—June 2021 alone.
Bias in the workforce has also shown that the ‘bamboo ceiling’ continues to present barriers to AAPIs; despite having the highest educational attainment, highest median income, and lowest unemployment rate of any racial or ethnic group in the United States, AAPIs are still underrepresented in leadership positions across industries in the US.
Be part of a live discussion with AAPI professionals who will share their collective experiences and perspectives from their diverse career paths to discuss the importance of AAPI representation, authenticity and leading from wherever you are to create change in our industries.
Join Women of the Vine & Spirits for a conversation with AAPI leaders from GPJ Experience Marketing and Moet Hennessy who will discuss:
- Breaking down the AAPI ‘model minority monolith’ myth
- Individuals’ and organizations’ responsibility to practice DEIB (diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging)
- The importance of authentic representation, creating community and support from leadership
- Action steps to keep the conversation going to create impact within your organization
Who Should Attend:
- DE&I Professionals
- HR/Talent Professionals
- ERG/BRG Leads
Once you register you will receive an email with the link to access the session. If you need further assistance please Contact Olivia Campbell, Membership Coordinator, Women of the Vine & Spirits.
Thanh Nam is Vice President, Commercial Development at Moët Hennessy USA, the wines and spirits division of LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy). A leader, coach, and change agent with extensive experience in sales, marketing, and finance, Thanh Nam was a founder and co-leader of the Moët Hennessy USA Asian and Pacific Islander Employee Resource Group, is a mentor for AAPA (Asian American Professional Association) and in 2021 was named one of the 12 AAPI “Innovators to Watch” by Beverage Media and SevenFifty Daily. Thanh Nam was born and grew up in France from Vietnamese parents before coming to the US in 2001. Thanh Nam is an inspiring leader of teams, a coaching/development champion and an advocate, speaker and activist for AAPI professional advancement and education.
Amy Schuster oversees Digital and Social activity for the Hennessy portfolio in the US market. Prior to that, she spent 10+ years in the entertainment industry creating dynamic marketing and advertising campaigns at networks like truTV, Oxygen, Comedy Central, and MTV. She lives in Brooklyn with Booker and Charlie (her dog and partner, respectively). Amy is a Korean adoptee who grew up with Irish and Polish parents in Pennsylvania. The moral of this story is: everybody’s got a dumpling.
Noelle San Jose is GPJ's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Program Manager. A second-generation Filipino American, Noelle has been passionate about bringing DEI to business since earning her MBA from Simmons College. Fueled by her experiences as a DEI recruitment manager, board chair of ASPIRE, a non-profit organization for Asian American women in Boston, and experience strategist for the agency, Noelle established GPJ's first Employee Resource Group (ERG) for multicultural employees, specifically addressing the Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) experience. Throughout 2020, Noelle partnered with leadership to lead company-wide initiatives educating GPJ communities on empathy and equity, which then led to her current role. When not working on DEI, Noelle enjoys spending time with her South Central LA community, learning more about her Filipino culture (especially through food) and being with her family and rescue pets (2 cats and 2 dogs).