SACRAMENTO, CA – Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA), a nonprofit national organization with over 30,000 members and 30 chapters across the U.S.,
today announced their National Executive Director Glenn Fujii has accepted a new position with
the California and Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce.
Since joining APAPA in June 2017, Glenn helped stabilize operations and organizational
processes built a productive and professional working environment, added some new strategic
partnerships and complementary partners, and established many new relationships with APAPA
leaders and volunteers.
Founder C.C. Yin and Governing Board Chair Kenneth Fong would like to thank Glenn for his
service to APAPA and wish him all the best at Sac Asian Chamber. They are pleased that Glenn
has agreed to continue to help APAPA during this transitional month.
Yen Marshall has been selected as the new National Executive Director of APAPA as of
January 1, 2020. As an experienced leader in community affairs and nonprofit board leadership,
Yen brings with her a wealth of experience and knowledge.
Yen represented AT&T California in the community for several years, developing and
strengthening relationships with a wide variety of community advocates, organizations, and
professionals. She helped build AT&T’s positive reputation and corporate profile among industry associations, media, and other influential organizations in California, in addition to being the President of multiple Employee Resource Groups within the company.
Yen is an Executive MBA Candidate (February 2020) and has a bachelor’s degree in Computer
Science. She resides in Sacramento, home to APAPA’s headquarters. We look forward to Yen
helping APAPA grow and continue to empower Asian and Pacific Islander Americans through
education, leadership and active participation in civic and public affairs.
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