Asian American Professional Association (AAPA)

A nonprofit organization

55 donors

100% complete

$5,000 Goal

Last year, with your help, we surpassed our goal of reaching 30 individual donations during the Give In May campaign by receiving 38 donations. This year, we're aiming for 40 individual donations and we need your support to get there! 

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AAPA's mission is to advance Asian American professionals to leadership roles through training, networking, and collaboration. We offer a Mentorship Program, providing one-on-one mentoring to elevate the potential and career growth of our mentees. Our Board Leadership Program equips individuals with practical training to serve the needs of the nonprofit community as board members.
To further support professional development, our Toastmasters Club helps elevate communication skills, we host virtual IdeaTalks, and through our Uplift Program, we've collaborated with partner organizations to facilitate mock interviews, resume reviews, and career fairs. Our programs have proven beneficial for Employee Resource Groups, and we actively seek partnerships with companies and organizations committed to equity, inclusion, and diversity, while supporting and uplifting communities of color. AAPA is dedicated to creating a pipeline of diverse and talented leaders who can advance in their careers and contribute to their respective fields.


To advance Asian American professionals to leadership roles through training, networking, and collaboration


A world where all people can achieve equity, growth, and recognition in their careers and community.

AAPA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Federal Tax ID: 33-1065327

Organization Data


Organization name

Asian American Professional Association (AAPA)

Tax id (EIN)



Education Access, Labor and Workforce Development, Other

Populations Served

Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Other Population


360 E. 2nd Street, Suite 800
Los Angeles, CA 90012