As the 2013 Miss Asian American Colorado (AACO) Leadership Program Co-Chairs, we are honored to welcome you to the annual Miss Asian American Colorado Finale Show at the Colorado Heights University on this evening, Sunday, June 23rd, 2013. We are celebrating the sixth year of the program since its debut in 2008. Over these past six years, more than 70 young Asian American women have participated in the program. These women have created a sisterhood while becoming strong leaders and role models for the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. The Miss AACO leadership program and finale show bring together organizations and individuals from the Colorado AAPI communities in the effort to provide leadership opportunities through an intricate network that promotes service, individuality appreciation, and leadership encouragement. The traditions that we have built throughout these past six years have shaped what Miss AACO has become today, and will continue to shape what will be tomorrow. The main focus for this year’s program was inspiration of improvement and perseverance. In place, were many new events and services held in the honor of the dynamic and diverse program we are. We believe Miss AACO is a place for all women. We are truly appreciative of all the women that have contributed to the history and the making of Miss AACO. This year’s Miss AACO finale show will inspire you with an unforgettable night of “Girl on Fire.” The entertainment segment showcases ten beautiful and talented young candidates from seven different AAPI ethnicities. The finale show is dedicated to the mission of Miss AACO; that it is not your typical “beauty pageant,” but rather, an event that culminates a three-month long leadership development program. This year’s candidates are impressive and inspiring role models. They are passionate individuals. With a remarkable, experienced, and dedicated committee, consisting of the original 2008 founders and past candidates from 2008 through 2012, we are proud to share our unique and cultural finale show with all of you this evening! Thank you so much for your attendance at the finale show and your continuous support to the Miss AACO Leadership Program! None of this would be possible without you! Warmest Regards,
Pamela Yang & Mai Choua Lee
Co-Chairs, 2013 Miss Asian American Colorado Leadership Program
SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2013 COLORADO HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY 3001 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80236
FINALE SHOW SCHEDULE
Opening • Countdown Video • Performance by 2012 Miss Talent, Thao Dao
• Welcome and Introduction • Meet the Candidates in Cultural Attire • Network Savvy Vote
Part 1 • Talents Candidates #1-5 • Service Questions Candidates #6-10
Intermission • Special Feature: Mr. Asian American Colorado
Part 2 • Service Questions Candidates #1-5 • Talents Candidates #6-10
• Sponsors and Thanks • Miss AACO 2012 Recognition • 2013 Commemorative Video • Crowning
2013 Finale Show Emcees Chris Jose
Chris is a reporter for Fox 31 Denver’s Good Day Colorado and Channel 2’s Daybreak. Chris graduated from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University with a degree in broadcast journalism. Since 2010, Chris has covered every major news story in Colorado. Chris has won several awards, including two regional Emmy nominations for his reporting. When Chris isn’t out chasing breaking news before the sun comes up or standing in blizzards along I-25, he enjoys playing basketball, watching the Nuggets and exploring Colorado with his wife, Jaclyn and dog, Chloe. Chris is currently vice president of the Asian American Journalists Association’s Denver chapter and emcees the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival.
In another life, Sean has been a radio personality, community organizer, and a DJ. In 2006 he won Westword’s award for Best Hip-Hop DJ in Denver and has performed and toured all over the country. Today, he is an MBA graduate of CU-Denver and is currently a banking officer with First Bank in Aurora, where he oversees all aspects of consumer and commercial lending and manages bank operations. He serves on First Bank’s Diversity Committee and is also a board member with the Asian Chamber of Commerce.
Our Miss Asian American Colorado 2010 and also this year’s Program Co-Chair, Pamela is currently a Kindergarten teacher for Century Elementary in Aurora Public Schools. She has been teaching for four years. She graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with her Masters in Linguistically Diverse Education. In her spare time, she loves shopping, taking her dog, Butters for walks, hanging out with her family, and watching movies while sipping on wine.
22 and this year’s Program Co-Chair, our 2010 Miss Impact, Choua is also Miss Hmong Colorado 2012. She attends the University of Colorado Denver where she is studying Marketing and Communications. She is also a Search Specialist at American DataBank, which is a background-screening agency. When she isn’t working or at school, Choua likes to play volleyball, go shopping, and hang out with friends and family.
Our Miss Network Savvy 2011 Julie is currently 21 years old. She is studying mechanical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. Outside of school, Julie enjoys playing sports, doing art-related projects, and just hanging out with her family and friends.
24 years old graduate from the University of Colorado Denver with a major in Communication, Triet is currently an assistant general manager and trainer at Denver Gym and Fitness. Along with being this year’s Talent Co-Chair and the Mr. AACO Co-Chair, he is also the co-director of Machinez Remainz Crew.
Currently attending the University of Colorado Denver double majoring in Neuroscience with a minor in Computer Science, Patrick is 22 years old and works as a driving coach at MasterDrive. In his free time, Patrick loves riding motorcycles, exploring new hobbies, working out, playing sports, and MAKING THAT MONEY!
Quoc Tran 21 years old and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. In 2010, Quoc was selected to become a Daniels Fund Scholar and is now actively involved with the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers. Quoc loves to play guitar, hike, drive around, stay in shape, cook, and make it rain.
Pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a dual-emphasis in International Business and Management with an Economics minor, Steven is a member of the Business Student Ambassador Committee. Recently, he has been selected as an intern at the World Trade Center Denver. During Steven’s time off, he likes to hang out with friends, keep in shape, go on hikes, eat lots of food, and dance the night away!
OUR MISSION Asian Avenue magazine presents the sixth annual Miss Asian American Colorado Leadership Program. Our mission is to:
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• Showcase the leadership, service, intelligence and talent of young Asian American women; • Encourage unity and understanding among Asian Americans in Colorado; • Provide monetary awards to support motivated women in creating community service projects; • Build a network between Asian American women, who undergo similar life and career experiences, that may develop into friendships, mentorships and a sisterhood.
Miss AACO exemplifies what every woman should be: empowered, intelligent, and compassionate. Candidates are ages 17-25, residents of Colorado, and single (unmarried). The winner of the 2013 Miss Asian American Colorado will carry the title for one year, during which time she will represent the Asian American community in her new leadership role. She will be a role model within and a spokesperson for the Asian American community from June 2013 to June 2014.
We challenge conventional notions of beauty, culture, and intelligence, by emphasizing not on appearance but beauty that radiates within. Beauty and intelligence make these Asian American women, future leaders for Colorado’s Asian American community. The one-year experience develops leadership, friendships, teamwork, and interpersonal skills through group activities including leadership trainings, public speaking, and volunteerism. Candidates enrich their self-confidence to a level where they can challenge themselves to achieve their goals with diligence, grace, intellect and individuality.
Miss Asian American Colorado 2013 will fulfill her service project and will also organize bi-monthly community service events to reunite the 2013 candidates and previous Miss AACO alumni through volunteerism. She will receive $1000 (of which $200 will be held for her service project) and be featured on the cover of the July 2013 Asian Avenue magazine.
ASIAN AVENUE MAGAZINE (AAm) is the premiere English magazine that features Asian businesses, events, dining and lifestyle in the Denver/Boulder area. Founded in 2006, its mission is to build bridges of awareness, knowledge and understanding between the diverse Asian Pacific American (APA) communities and the general public through cultural insights, pop culture, news and information. To reflect its mission, AAm hosts events that reveal the rich traditions of APA culture, history, and philosophies to give mainstream society a more complete picture of APA perspectives. In this regard, AAm is pleased to present the Miss AACO Leadership Program each year.
AND... Miss Unity, First runner-up - $700 award (of which $200 will be held for her service project) Miss Impact, Second runner-up - $500 award (of which $200 will be held for her service project) Miss Talent - Awarded for the best talent score Miss Network Savvy - Awarded for the most audience support Miss Asian American Activist Award - Awarded for involvement in Asian American community
PERFORMANCE Miss Best Talent 2012, Thao Dao will be performing a color guard routine to open up the finale show. Color guard is a visual representation of music using flags, sabers, rifles, and swing flags incorporating ballet, jazz, modern, and contemporary dance.
Michael Diep • C.J. de Dios • Abhinav Gupta Steven Ho • Triet Hoang • Patrick Huynh • Ben Nguyen Gary Putra • Quoc Tran • Phil Trinh • Jason Zhang The Mr. AACO Entertainment Group started in 2011 as an after intermission skit to show how Asian American men support and appreciate Asian American women and the Miss AACO program. Men competed for the Mr. AACO title providing some laughs in their comedic act. The next year, more men to further the Bromance. However. this year’s performance is different. Mr. AACO has evolved to become something more than just a bunch of dudes being on stage to be eye candy. They carry the class, charm, and charisma of a Gentleman.
1. Jiyeah Kim
2. Jennifer Khat
Korean American // 20 University of Colorado at Boulder
Cambodian American // 21 University of Colorado at Denver
Live without pretending, love without depending, listen without defending, speak without offending.
The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and to be loved in return.
• Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority Inc. • Vietnamese Student Association • Korean American Students at Boulder • DECA (Liberty High School) • Asian Unity • Student Government (Liberty High School) Talent: Food Art Service Project: Spread awareness on women affected by domestic violence by creating a memorial for victims that did not survive in our local community at a park and help build shelters for women who are in hiding. Sponsored by Lollicup.
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Talent: Traditional Cambodian Dance Service Project: Facilitate art to underrepresented children as an after-school program in various communities. Sponsored by Maggianos, Phoung’s Cleaning Service, Iconic Nail Spa, St. Vrain Valley, Kids Adventures, Spirit of Cambodia Cultural Alliance, SOCCA Ronald McDonald House - CO Springs and Woody’s Wings ‘n Things.
3. Catherine Song Chinese American // 17 Smoky Hill High School
Valedictorian (SHHS) Key Club, President Model United Nations Choir, Secretary • IB Mentor Colorado Chinese Youth Foundation, Marketing Director • Relay for Life, Publicity Committee Chair • National Honor Society, Publicity Officer Talent: Piano Performance Service Project: Teach the youth the importance of health to obtaining happiness. Would like to create a mile marathon for kids to learn about the importance of proper nutrition and other healthy habits through fun and creative activities.
5. Yukari Usui
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Asian Culture Club, President National Honor Society Spanish Honor Society Pep Club • Elite Patriot Dances Photography Club Liberty in North Korea Club, Co-President Student Government, Student Body, Vice President International Baccalaureate Program
Talent: Singing and Playing the Guitar Service Project: Raise awareness on human trafficking in Southeast Asia. Sponsored by Art of Gold.
Hmong American // 19 University of Colorado at Denver
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Pursue dreams, laugh often, love unconditionally, rise above.
Don’t let the adversities define you, take them and hold them by the horns, because how you respond to these adversities define who you are.
6. Kalia Lisa Lo
Japanese-Filipino American // 24 University of Colorado at Denver
4. Thuy Trang Vietnamese American // 18 George Washington High School
Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.
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RISE Program Future Doctors of Denver Asian Student Alliance Spirit of Cambodia Cultural Alliance, Secretary
If it’s not hard, then I’m not learning.
• American Cancer Society • Mothers Against Drunk Driving • American Heart Association • US Bank Christmas Drive • American Diabetes Association • 9Health Fair • Brighton Chamber of Commerce, Ambassador • Colorado Dragon Boat Festival
• Hmong Cultural Dancing • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Vice President • LINK Council • Tennis Captain (Northglenn High School) • Feed the Homeless
Talent: Singing Service Project: Work with the American Cancer Society to promote awareness and develop future advocates for those who are affected by cancer and their families.
Talent: Slam Poetry Service Project: Create workshops to assist children with opportunities in continuing education. Promoting the importance of education and providing resources for the youth to develop skills needed in being active in the community.
Sponsored by Manuel & Beverly Esquibel, Ronald McDonald House – Colorado Springs, American Family Insurance – Steve Nelson & Jeff Champine, Kids Adventures, ii Kanji and Yutakana.
Sponsored by Julie Henderson, Charles Edelstein, Emily Scott, Laurie Leder and Barbara Malone.
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8. Marylyn Tran Vietnamese American // 18 University of Colorado at Denver
Chinese-Vietnamese American // 18 Rangeview High School
Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.
Passion can make anything possible.
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Theater (Rangeview High School) National Honor Society International Thespian Society Next Generation Voices, President KidSpree Annual Festival Diversity Student Alliance
• Modern Music Masters Honor Society • Student Council (Student Body President)
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Talent: Singing and Playing the Violin Service Project: Promote the Asian culture through the next generation of youth and supporting Asian refugee and immigrant populations to acclimate to life in America.
Talent: Piano Performance & Videowork Service Project: Work with the Catalyst Foundation to educate others on human trafficking awareness and prevention in Southeast Asia.
Sponsored by Alec Barron, Paula Elliott, Brandon Elliott, Cathy Jerome, and Tammy Strouse-Dress.
Sponsored by Art of Gold.
9. Akemi Tsutsui
10. Danielle Flower Filipino American // 19 Pikes Peak Community College
Japanese American // 19 University of Colorado at Denver
Student Government Asian Club, President Skate Club National Honor Society Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Balarat Outdoor Education
Be on your guard, stand firm in the faith, be courageous; be strong, do everything in love.
You can only be proud of your accomplishments if you’ve put in the work to achieve them.
Talent: Extreme Martial Arts (Karate & Gymnastics) Service Project: Work with Operation Smiles to create “Smile Bags” for children recovering from cleft plate surgery to raise awareness on youth disabilities. Smile Bags would consist of various hygenic products and gifts to help bring motivation for children.
Talent: Pre-recorded singing, sharing her artwork, and karate demonstration. Service Project: Teach the youth the importance of physical fitness through a karate field day. Sponsored by Colorado Budokan, L&L Hawaiian BBQ, Lesli Hirokawa, Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Assn., Academy Janitorial Supply, Okinawa Karate, Mountain Pacific Travel, Salon Bodhi, Piccolo’s, Fontana Sushi, 20th Street Cafe, Snap On Tools – George Penington A.D. and Artisan Services.
Judging Guidelines 1.
Program Involvement (10%) Scored by Miss AACO Committee based on attendance, participation and attitude.
Leadership (10%) Scored by Miss AACO Committee based on initiative, organization and follow-through.
Group Service Project Completion (20%) Scored by Miss AACO Committee based on completion and quality of service project.
• Mission Training International, Occupational Therapy Assistant • Children’s Nursery Assistant • Library Assistant • Camp Barnabas, Camp Counselor
• USA Grassroots Karate Camp • Katori Shinto Ryu • Intern, Asian Avenue Magazine • Colorado Dragon Boat Festival • Day of Remembrance, Speaker • Colorado Budokan, Assistant Instructor
Sponsored by Snap on Tools – George Pennington A.D. and Integrity Bank and Trust.
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Preliminary Interview (20%) Round-robin style interviews with five judges. Based on academic achievement, leadership, service, overall confidence and personality Finale Show - Introduction in Cultural Attire (10%) Stage presence and confidence in sharing “I love being an Asian American woman because…” Finale Show - Talent (15%) 3-4 minute talent performance of the candidates’ choice Finale Show - On-Stage Interview (15%) The on-stage interview question will refer to her service project essay. The quality of the response will be based upon the candidate’s knowledge about the topic, her passion, and her ability to articulate it.
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Judge’s Bios DR. RANEE SHENOI is returning for
her 6th year as a Judge for the Miss Asian American Colorado Leadership Program. She was born in India and moved at a young age of 12. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and received her medical doctor degree from the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in Houston. Dr. Shenoi volunteers for Girl Scouts in the STEM program, 4-H for Robotics, and Minds Matter Denver mentoring high school students going to college. She is President of the Clear Creek Valley Medical Society and serves on the Board of Directors of Colorado Medical Society. She is active with CherYsh, an organization helping women and girls achieve self-sufficiency in the rural Konkan region of India. She is married to Dr. Norse Bear for 22 years and proud mother to Christina (15) and Eric (13). Her message to youth is to pursue education as much as you are capable. Different parts of your life will have different challenges; a happy family life is doable with the right priorities.
SAM THOMAS is the Executive Vice President of Panditview Software LLC; an Information Technology Company with a focus on delivering SAP ERP solutions to Fortune 500 companies. He serves as the Chair of Governor’s Asian Advisory Council representing over 150,000 Asian Americans in State of Colorado. Sam is an adjunct Professor at C.U Denver Business school at the Bard school for Entrepreneurship where he teaches Social Entrepreneurship. Also, he’s an adjunct faculty at the Red Rocks Community College in Denver where he teaches Leadership and Management. Sam recently served as the Manager for Business Retention and Expansion for the Colorado Governor’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT). In his role he designed a one of a kind Business intelligence Data collection and Economic data management tool using Salesforce.com tools, making Colorado a leader in the Economic development strategy and deployment efforts. Sam is a lifelong Customer Care and Operations expert with several years of Senior Aviation, Retail, IT and Policy advising experience. Sam is an entrepreneur who has owned and operated two successful companies in Colorado. TARIKA CEFKIN is thrilled to
be joining the panel of judges for the 2013 Miss AACO program. Tarika is the Operations Manager of the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival and sits on the Young Professionals Associate Board of the Nathan Yip Foundation, the Board of Directors of Theatre Esprit Asia, and the Asian Cultural Advisory Committee for the Denver Zoo’s Toyota Elephant Passage. Tarika received her Bachelor’s degree from St. Lawrence University in Speech and Theatre and is a graduate of the University of Denver, earning a Master’s in International and Intercultural Communication with an emphasis on International Human Rights.
received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from California State University of Los Angeles, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado Law School. Prior to starting his own law firm, Harry worked at the Colorado Public Defender’s Office, where he gained extensive experience on a wide variety of criminal cases. Harry is currently the Chair of the Education Committee within the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar. He is also a board member of the Arapahoe County Bar Association and the Asian Pacific American Bar Association. He is the president of the Mile High Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League. Harry has received the following awards: • The 2006 Legal Aid Award for his outstanding commitment and service to the Legal Aid and Defender Program • The 2012 Governor Ralph Carr Service Award for his substantial commitment to community service • The 2012 Young Lawyer of the Year Award for his service to clients, the public, and the Arapahoe County Bar Association. • The 2012 Mayor’s Diversity Award for his community service and his advocacy work on behalf of the refugee community.
NAI LI YEE immigrated from Taiwan to the state of Colorado in 1974. She has been an active member of the Chinese community for more than 35 years. In 1975, she joined the Colorado Chinese Club, and that year helped establish the development of the Colorado Chinese Language School (CCLS). From 1982 to 1989, she served as the principal of CCLS, and thereafter she has been a Chinese language teacher ever since. She has volunteered on the Board of Asian Pacific Development Center, Double Tenth Celebration Committee, Denver Cultural Center of Colorado, Chinese American Council of Colorado and more. She retired in 2008 from working at the Colorado Department of Transportation for more than 25 years. She has actively volunteered to teach Chinese cultural values to elementary students in Denver Public Schools. Nai Li has also been a longtime member of the Chinese-American Council of Colorado (CACC), and is the 2013 Chair and Director of CACC.
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March 23 First Meeting & Photoshoot Meet big sisters and program introductions
March 30 AACO Hangout Event April 6 Leadership Workshop: Cultural Integration and Potluck
April 20 Service Learning I: Children’s Hospital Gift Baskets Hosted by Miss AACO 2012, Stephanie Nghiem
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May 4 Big/Little Bonding Event: Jewelry Making Hosted by Miss Unity, Juliet Jung and Miss AACO Alumna June Homdayjanakul
May 19 BBQ Meet and Greet at Amherst Park • “Sounds for the Strong Benefit Concert” hosted by Stephanie Nghiem • 1st Ever AACO Powderpuff Football Game
May 25 Incline Retreat at Manitou Springs June 1 Service Learning II: Incline Hike Retreat at Manitou Springs
“Friendship Basketball League Youth Fitness Day” Hosted by 2012 Miss Impact, Sally Peang
June 8 Miss AACO Leadership Workshop: “Striving for Perfection” Hosted by Miss AACO Alums, Juliet Jung & Joie Ha
June 15 Preliminary Interviews with Judges • VIP Dinner at the Purple Ginger II
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2013 Planning Committee • • • • • • • • Director: Annie Guo
Logistics Chair: Tammy Nguyen
Co-chairs: Pamela Yang & Mai Choua Lee
PR Co-Chair: Joie Ha & Alexandria Joo
Miss AACO 2012: Stephanie Vi Nghiem
Mr. AACO Chair: Philip Trinh
Little/Big Sister Program Chair: Juliet Jung
Webmaster: Julie Thao
Finale Event Chair & Event Photographers: Dao Than & Becca Newton
Sponsorship Chair & Creative Designer: Sally Peang
Talent Co-Chair: Thao Dao & Triet Hoang
Judges Co-Chair: Jen Nguyen, Pakou Xiong & Amuda Mishra
Alumni Chair: My-Tien Danh-Tran & Stephanie Ng
AACO Giving Back
Service Project by 2012 Miss AACO, Stephanie Vi Nghiem THE OBJECTIVE: To raise awareness on childhood cancer by throwing a benefit concert and collecting toys and books for the Children’s Hospital. THE RESULT: During our Meet & Greet BBQ, Stephanie hosted a “Sounds for the Strong Benefit Concert” with various entertainment as a fundraiser for the Children’s Hospital. She also compiled over 50 gift baskets and bags to the children filled with books, toys and crafts.
Service Project by 2012 Miss Unity, Juliet Jung THE OBJECTIVE: To raise awareness on the internalized Asian beauty culture and the pressure it puts on Asian American women in our society. THE RESULT: Partnering with Miss AACO alumna, Joie Ha in creating a discussion on the pressures of the Asian American beauty culture called “Striving for Perfection.” By creating “Yay” Beauty Scales in an interactive workshop, our perception of beauty is redefined. These beauty scales do not rely on physical appearance, but the inner beauty that is found within each individual.
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Miss Impact, Sally Peang
THE OBJECTIVE: To educate the youth on the importance of health and fitness to raise awareness among the community of the overwhelming increase of childhood obesity rates. THE RESULT: In partnership with Friendship Basketball League (FBL), a Men’s Tournament event was held to mentor kids in the sport of basketball. The event held 12 teams in the tournament which in result raised funds to open a youth program with FBL. Kids learned the importance of healthy eating in a trail mix workshop, participated in a basketball tournament, fitness challenge and race. For more information on Friendship Basketball League, visit: www.fblhoops.com.
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