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“Ascend has been a crucial part of my life, as joining Ascend was the first leadership experience of my college career. Being part of Ascend taught me professionalism, how to build a network, and most importantly​,​ how to take advantage of that network to start my own career. ​ ​Ascend ​provides members​ the​ opportunity to make a​n impact in the Pan-Asian community by ​hosting​ seminars, national conventions, ​and more​. I am proud to be a member of Ascend and look forward to staying a part of this family for years to come.” 

Kashif Molwani, President, Ascend Georgia State University Chapter; Finance, Georgia State University


5th Annual Leadership Conference & Exposition – 2014

“NSHSS was delighted to partner with AscendNAAMBA to present the 2014 Employer of Choice Award for High-Achieving, Pan-Asian Millennials recognizing NAAMBA partners specifically identified by NSHSS Pan-Asian members as their top employer of choice from the 2014 NSHSS Scholar Millennial Career Survey.  Together, we are connecting high-achieving students, who are striving to develop professionally, pursue an MBA degree, with internship and employment opportunities in the Pan-Asian community.”

Beth Pann, Vice President, The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) – 2014


“I enjoyed the annual conference so much! I learned a lot from the other participants, met so many great mentors, and improved myself in so many ways! In addition to my personal advancement, I found the breakout sessions to be great – they provided us an opportunity to meet with experienced industry leaders and also other fellows.”

Jing Fan, Candidate for MS. in Business Analytics, Fordham Graduate School of Business; Co-President, Fordham Business Analytics Society; VP of Alumni Relations, Fordham Women in Business

We were impressed with the quality of students that attended the 2014 NAAMBA conference. They were professional, prepared, and definitely researched our company. AscendNAAMBA has been a wonderful partner to St. Jude. We were excited about the opportunity to participate in this conference and look forward to working together for years to come. The AscendNAAMBA staff was great — we loved working with them on this event. We were excited about the turnout to our Employer Showcase. We had great participation.”

Deanna Lindo, Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist, ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Strategic Partnership

“Through a strategic partnership, the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) and AscendNAAMBA (National Association of Asian MBAs) have an opportunity to bring resources to high-achieving students, particularly students of Asian descent, that are striving to develop professionally, pursue an MBA degree, and connect with internship and employment opportunities in the Pan-Asian community.  NSHSS is committed to working with AscendNAAMBA to share important insights and programs, such as the 2014 National Convention, with our 950,000 ethnically and culturally diverse members worldwide.”

Beth Pann, Vice President, National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) – 2013

3rd Annual Leadership Conference & Exposition – 2011

“The 3rd Annual NAAMBA Conference was a valuable experience for Hult MBAs. Nearly 50 students attended the Career Fair and made connections with recruiters from prestigious companies such as PepsiCo, General Mills, Target and more for positions both in the U.S. and around the world. The professional development sessions were high-level and interesting, and included C-level speakers from Goldman Sachs, PepsiCo, Ethan-Allen and IBM who were very open and gave great advice. Hult International Business School will definitely return as a sponsor in the future. We’re looking forward to bringing students from our Shanghai campus to Singapore this January!”

Laura Cohen, Director of Corporate Relations, US & Latin America, HULT International Business School

“As an umbrella organization representing both the diversity and the inclusiveness of the Asian and Asia-American community, NAAMBA is playing an important role in furthering business management education and professional development, areas that are vitally important to the mission of Columbia Business School. The coming together of industry and community leaders as well as MBA students and Business School Administrators has made this annual conference a valuable one for all concerned. At Columbia Business School we look forward to our continued future partnership and collaboration.”

Thomas W. Monaco, Director, International Advising & Business Development, Career Management Center, Columbia Business School

 2nd Annual Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Exposition – 2010

“As a panelist and also an exhibitor, I was thrilled to be a part of the 2010 Asian MBA Conference. We have participated in this event since the historical first year, and have been thrilled to see the growth of the organization and the event. The speakers were great and we saw some very good candidates as well. It was time and resources well spent.”

Kevin Bradley, Director Diversity, McDonald’s USA, LLC

“The attendees were dynamic and interactive and asked poignant questions related to networking for their career. I was honored to be able to interact with such an impressive group of attendees and look forward to doing so again in the future.”

Renee Brown, Founder, Your Career My Advice, LLC

“Participating as an Academic Sponsor was a great way to share Portland State University’s Master of International Management program, and our focus on developing global leaders in Asian business and culture with business leaders from around the world. Our student attendees not only had the opportunity to meet with recruiters from top companies, they engaged with leaders throughout the conference about today’s most relevant business topics, including corporate social responsibility and building diverse organizations. The Asian MBA Conference and Career Expo is poised to become the top diversity conference in the nation.”

Pamela Dusschee, Director, Career Services & Corporate Outreach, Portland State University, Master of International Management Program

“This was my first year as a workshop presenter and volunteer resume reviewer at the Asian MBA Conference. The event is a must for aspiring MBAs, current students, or professionals who want to network with high-caliber individuals, meet recruiters and employees from dozens of top companies, and learn about the latest in diversity recruiting trends. The Asian MBA Conference is a forward looking, dynamic organization that will only continue to grow in prominence.”

Igor Khayet, President, My Resume Shop

“The National Association of Asian MBAs (NAAMBA) provides a great platform for Asian American professionals to connect with the wider business community, help in the career development, and provide with opportunities to unlock their true potential.”

Manish Mehta, Vice President of Social Media and Community, Dell Inc.

“Cutting Edge. Provocative. Insightful. Engaging. Inclusive. Networking. These are the words that come to mind when I think of the Asian MBA conference and the new relationships, bold ideas, and transformative professional growth and learning opportunities available at this top-notch event.”

Howie Schaffer, Vice President, Cook Ross Inc.

“I am pleased to have participated in the conference and, in particular, as part of the panel discussion on talent and resource. It was a great chance to hear first hand from the new generation of talents and what’s top of mind for them. It is most energizing.”

Zarina Lam Stanford,  Director, SWG Demand Programs, North America, IBM

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