To prepare: for our traditional gift exchange, we invite you to do ONE of the following:
Bring a gift you received that you treasure.
Bring a memory of a gift that you found unusual or interesting.
Bring a gift you would have liked to offer at our cancelled annual meeting for our 35th anniversary in 2020.
To Register: (International participants please check your local time. The date and time on the flyer is New York time)
In the RSVP form, please indicate the FIRST year you can remember attending PANAAWTM's annual meeting, if you have attended one, after your last name. e.g. Last Name: Kim 2012
Dr. Kwok Pui Lan is Dean's Professor of Systematic Theology at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. She is a past president of the American Academy of Religion and the author of Postcolonial Imagination and Feminist Theology and a forthcoming book Postcolonial Politics and Theology (Boston, MA).
Rev. Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock is is Senior Vice-President, Volunteers of America, and a board member of PANAAWTM. She is a lifelong activist and co-authored Saving Paradise: How Christianity Traded Love of Thiw World for Crucifixion and Empire; and Proverbs of Ashes: Violence, Redemptive Suffering, and the Search for What Saves Us (Alexandria VA).
Attorney Helen Kim Ho is an award-winning lawyer who specializes in civil rights, corporate, and employment laws. She has served as the lead facilitator for the Pan Asian Action Network (PAAN) and Director of Advocacy and Education for the Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc. She has worked to promote social involvement of Asian American churches (Atlanta, GA).
Dr. Michelle Reyes is Vice President and co-founder of Asian American Christian Collaborative. She is a church planter and serves as a local Christian Community Development Association networker. She has published in Christianity Today and Patheos, etc. and is the author of a forthcoming book Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead to Lasting Connections Across Cultures (Austin, TX).
Ms. Nikki Toyama-Szeto is Executive Director of Christians for Social Action (formerly Evangelicals for Social Action) and speaks on faith, justice, leadership, gender and race issues. She has written More Than Serving Tea, an anthology of API women on gender, faith, and culture; and God of Justice, a curriculum that takes groups through the arc of God's heart for justice (Washington, D.C.).