Top 10 Asian American Athletes
There have been more Asian-American athletes than you may realize. Rex Walters, who preceded Lin in the NBA, was half-Japanese. So were former USC standouts Johnnie and Chad Morton. Roman Gabriel, one of the NFL’s prototype modern quarterbacks, is the son of a Filipino laborer. Hines Ward, Tedy Bruschi and Will Demps … the list goes on.
Athletes cherish their heritage. And despite clumsy attempts at humor, such as the one that got the poor ESPN employee canned, this bromide coined by legendary sportswriter Jimmy Cannon about Joe Louis applies to them all: “He’s a credit to his race … the human race.” With that in mind, we invite you to read our list of Top 10 Asian-American
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Take professional development into your own hands
Need professional development, but don’t have a budget for travel or tuition? Here are a bunch of free or relatively affordable upcoming trainings we’ve spotted recently – ones you can join from the comfort of your own desk or couch…
- Telling your organization’s story
- Show me the money
- Social media
- Become a better manager
- Dig out of debt
..and that’s what it’s called. #wishingyouthebest
via Deeper Manila
Sing it, sister. #nowplaying
A good planner, Google calendar, a ball of yarn in case an impromptu icebreaker becomes necessary, and perseverance.
The OFW Project
Coca Cola making me tear..
Since returning to San Diego, I volunteer with a community based youth organization mentoring a collective of students from various high schools. These young people never cease to amaze me with their creativity, talent, and eagerness to become leaders.
This past weekend they received outstanding recognition and I wanted to give them a shout out! Yay!
WINNER of ”Soundtrack of your Life” Music Video Contest
"619" by Philippine American Youth Organization - San Diego, CA
Andres Bonifacio Samahan High School Conference
San Diego State University
PS. 619 is the area code in which these students reside - South Bay San Diego represent!