Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff (AHAAAFS)

Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff

As one of the Employee Resource Groups, the Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff (AHAAAFS) was established to provide opportunities for networking, career development, awareness, and support for Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander faculty and staff. It also serves as a resource for the larger Asian and Asian American community at Harvard. All staff and faculty are welcome to participate in AHAAAFS events and activities. 

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Varsha Ghosh, Co-Chair, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Margaret Okada-Scheck, Co-Chair, Harvard Divinity School
Emiko Morimoto, Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Ngoc Tang, Harvard Human Resources
Dami Seung, Harvard Medical School
Yih-Hsien Shen, Harvard Law School
Kaori Urayama, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Megan Wong, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Ben Sunday, Harvard Business School

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