Southern California Leadership Network to Host 'South Asian-Americans & Southern California' Event November 9


October 28, 2011 1:00 pm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                           
October 28, 2011                                                                    

MEDIA CONTACTS:
Alejandro Guzmán, 213.580.7544
Alex Pampalone, 213.580.7547

*** MEDIA ADVISORY ***

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LEADERSHIP NETWORK TO HOST ‘SOUTH ASIAN-AMERICANS & SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’ EVENT NOVEMBER 9

WHAT:

The Southern California Leadership Network (SCLN) will host Network alumni, friends and Fellows for the South Asian-Americans & Southern California dinner at Diamond Palace Cuisine of India in Diamond Bar. The event will be the seventh dinner conversation in SCLN’s Global Connections series focusing on the rich and diverse immigrant communities of Southern California. To date, dinners have focused on the Korean-, Mexican-, Iranian-, Chinese-, Filipino- and Armenian-American communities. The November 9 event will focus on the history, unique local perspectives, global economic connections and international policy linkages of Southern California’s South Asian-American community over a traditional four-course meal. The evening’s dialogue will be moderated by Brandon Shamim, the president and CEO of Beacon Management Group and graduate of Leadership Southern California 2004.

WHO:

Long Beach Vice Mayor, Suja Lowenthal
South Asian Network Executive Director, Manjusha Kulkarni
Beacon Management Group President & CEO, Brandon Shamim
Trinus Corporation Chairman & CEO, Sanjay Kucheria

WHEN:          

Wednesday, November 9
5:30 - 9 p.m.
                        
*** R.S.V.P. to Alejandro Guzmán at aguzman@lachamber.com ***

WHERE:

Diamond Palace Cuisine of India
1241 Grand Avenue, Suite L
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

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The mission of the Southern California Leadership Network is to develop a productive network of exemplary and diverse leaders in the business, government and community sectors who are capable of addressing the critical challenges facing the Southern California region. SCLN does this through its signature Leadership Fellowships, continued leadership development opportunities and other programs to promote lifelong leadership learning. For more information, visit www.leadershipnetwork.org.



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MEDIA CONTACTS:
Alejandro Guzmán, 213.580.7544
Alex Pampalone, 213.580.7547