AAPI.GOP-AAPI Conservative Leadership Caucus

AAPI Conservative Leadership Caucus

(AAPI-Asian American & Pacific Islander)

Invitation to attend RNC Conference Session
Turning Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities RED

Presentation by Willes Lee

Open to

  • RNC members
  • RNC or state GOP officials and staff
  • AAPI.GOP members and affiliated members
  • Special guests by invitation only
  • Skype participation: for Speakers only


Wednesday, January 31 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM


Fairchild East, Washington Hilton 1919 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, D.C. 20009

Participants (In Alphabetical Order)

John Arnold, Frank Barron, Jennifer Carnahan, Miki Carver, Gina M. Catalano, David Cohen, Cindy Costa, Steve Curry, Ron Falconi, Peter Feaman, Meredith Glacken, Peter S. Goldberg, Jill Homan, Susie Hudson, Kathleen King, Cliff Li, Philip Zhi Liang, Chad Longell, Esther Lu, Utu Abe Malae, Herman Martir, Carolyn McLarty, Monica Lee Morrill, Lilliana Belardo O'Neal, Bob Paduchik, Tony Parker, Lee Ann Sennick, Mohammad Shouman, Norma Shurden, Nancy Smith, Paul Wang, Gene Ward, John Whitbeck, Kimberly Yee.

Dean Tran Won MA State Senate, Worcester & Middlesex District


Open Remarks and Introductions:
  • AAPI co-Chairs Helen Van Etten and Keiko Orrall
  • RNC Leaders: Chairperson Ronna McDaniel, and/or co-Chair Bob Paduchik
  • Strategic Initiative, Edith Jorge, Adi Sathi
  • House Representative Amata Radewagen
  • AAPI.GOP members Harmeet Dhillon, Shawn Steel, Toni Anne Dashiell, Beth Campbell and more

All about election:
  • AZ Senate Majority Leader, Kimberly Yee
  • Dean Tran’s win in a deep blue district
  • Other campaigns, Allan Fung
  • Campaign Technology
  • Campaign Fundraising

Advocacies turning AAPI communities RED
  • Presentation of outreach efforts in Texas, Stephen Wong
  • Statistics of AAPI voters on issues
  • Second Amendment
  • Faith Base Initiative
  • AAPI community grassroots movements

Q&A discussion