019: “We gotta be actively engaged!”

Gary Locke, former Governor of Washington, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, and U.S. Ambassador to China, joins the podcast to cap off our final episode of Asian-American & Pacific Islanders Heritage Month and shares stories from his incredible journey in public service. We also talk about a week worth of important news, as well as some Read more about 019: “We gotta be actively engaged!”[…]

018: It’s Mueller Time

Parita Shah, former Chief of Staff of the Millennium Challenge Corporation of the Obama administration and former VP at APCO Worldwide, a global public relations consulting firm, joins the podcast for our 3rd episode to celebrate Asian-American Heritage Month. We also chat about Net Neutrality and Robert Mueller. It’s Mueller Time in America. Subscribe: iTunes Read more about 018: It’s Mueller Time[…]

017: Priming the (Watergate) Pump

Kiran Ahuja, former Executive Director of the White House Asian-American & Pacific Islanders Initiative, joins the podcast for our second installment of AAPI Heritage month to share her inspiring story growing up in the Deep South to becoming one of the most prominent AAPI appointees in the Obama administration. Of course, we cannot not talk Read more about 017: Priming the (Watergate) Pump[…]

016: Asian-American Heritage Month Ruined by Trumpcare

Ro Khanna, Congressman of CA-17, joins the podcast to kick off this year’s May Asian-American & Pacific Islanders Heritage Month with his inspirational story in public service (and also shares some great restaurant recommendations in Fremont, CA). Also, we felt compelled to discuss our thoughts and feelings about the passage of Trumpcare 2.0. Subscribe: iTunes | Read more about 016: Asian-American Heritage Month Ruined by Trumpcare[…]