Co-Founder, First President 80-20-NJ Chapter (2002-2004)
Co-founder, President, Association for the Advancement of Asian Americans (4A) - NJ
Co-Founder, President, Indian American Forum for Political Education (FORUM), NJ Chapter
Chair, National Conference on Equal Opportunity, May 1990, Washington, D.C
Chair, Indian American Leadership Conference, 1991, Hosted by the White House
General Secretary, Hindu Collective Initiative of North America
President, Educators' Society for the Heritage of India
Dr. Piyush Agrawal (Florida)
Past Senior Vice President GOPIO International
National Past President, Association of Indians in America (AIA)
Past Chairman, Asian American Federation of Florida (AAFF)
Past Chairman, Florida Health Disparity Advisory Committee
Past Chairman, US 2000 Census Asian Advisory Committee
Chairman & CEO, APS Technologies, Inc.
Former United Nations Expert
Retired Superintendent of Schools
Jose Estevez (California)
Mayor of Milpitas, CA (2010-2016 and 2002 to 2008)
City Council Member of Milpitas, CA (1998 to 2002)
John F. Kennedy School of Government
UCLA Anderson School of Management
BS Civil Engineering, BS Industrial Engineering, and an MBA from the University of the Philippines, Diliman
Informations Systems Specialist, Santa Clara County Superior Court
Instrumental in the Typhoon Haiyan effort
Member Lions Club, Knights of Columbus, and the Rotary Club
Dr. Anthony "Tony" Tadashi Nakazawa (Alaska)
Sansei (third generation Japanese-American) father's family from Kochi, Japan and mother's family from Tottori, Japan.
Founding member of the Alaska Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL)
8 years/2 terms as Japanese community representative to the Asian Alaskan Cultural Center Board – 8 Asian Countries represented – China, India, Japan, Korea, Laos, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand
Advisor/Organizing Director of the Japan Relief Fund of Alaska Foundation
BA (Economics) – University of Hawaii, MA (Urban Economics) – University of California Santa Barbara, Ph.D. (Agriculture and Resource Economics) – University of California Berkeley
Current faculty position – Professor at University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Extension
Munsup Seoh, Ph.D.
Munsup received his B.S. (1970) and M.S. (1975) in Mathematics at Sogang University in Seoul, Korea.
Full Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Wright State University
Member of the American Statistical Association (ASA) Committee on Minorities in Statistics from 2003-2009
Involved member with American Scientist and Engineers Association, Korean-American University Professors Association and Phi Beta International Honor Society for International Education
Mukta Sharma, MD
I grew up in India, where I completed my initial education
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Victor Swaroop (Florida)
Founding Chairman of Florida Asian American PAC
Board Member of Miami Dade Asian American Advisory Board
Board Member of Asian American Federation of Florida
President of GOPIO (Global Organization of People of Indian Origin South Florida)
Ching Chang Tsai, Ph.D.
PhD. in Geophysics
Retired after working in domestic and international upstream exploration for over 30 years
Fiscally conservative but socially more open.
George Yang (California)
Came to the US from Guangzhou, China at age 15 in 1992.
Married 13 years with 2 kids, living in Menlo Park, CA.
B.S. Computer Information Systems, Golden Gate University, 1996
M.S. Telecommunications Management, 1997
Worked in the Information Technology field since 1996 for companies such as DHL, IQ Laboratories, Visa International, Lucent Technologies.
Last Position was CEO of ETA Tech, Inc. in El Monte, California.
Currently an independent IT consultant
2006, Chairman, San Bruno Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Committee
2012, Republican National Delegate
2012, Vice Chair, San Mateo Young Republicans
2013, Vice Chair, South Peninsula Area Republican Coalition
2015, San Francisco Regional Chair, California Congress of Republicans
2016, County Captain for Republican Presidential Campaign.
Stephen Lin (N. California)
Attorney at Law with 17 years of experience, including 5 years in corporate/international law and 12 years as a Civil Litigator in California
Member in good standing of the California Bar since 1999
Past President of the Chinese American Political Association ("CAPA") and Chairman of the Chinese American Public Affairs Community Education Fund ("CAPA-CEF")
10 years of prior service on the Boards of CAPA and CAPA-CEF
80-20 PAC member since 2011
Graduate of Yale University, magna cum laude, B.A. in East Asian Studies (1995)
Graduate of U.C. Berkeley Law School, J.D. (1998)
80-20 is a national, nonpartisan, Political Action Committee dedicated to winning equal opportunity and justice for all Asian Americans through a SWING bloc vote, ideally directing 80% of our community's votes and money to the presidential candidate endorsed by the 80-20, who better represents the interests of all APAs.