Pictured: Mrs. Singh (left) with Petula Moy (Past President) at the 2018 ABAHR Annual Meeting of the Membership.
As many of you may know, Dr. Alok Verma has decided to leave the Hampton Roads area after 40+ years and move to Texas, joining Texas A&M University, to serve as Powell Endowed Chair of the Department of Marine Engineering Technology.
COVID-19 pandemic has already led to many high-profile events' cancellations or postponement including Taste of India, which was scheduled for April 18, 2020 and had to be postponed as communicated earlier.
"We're looking for the best and brightest who also serve our community."
In response to the spread of COVID-19, Congress has passed four bills into law to assist individuals and small businesses with effects of this pandemic.
This is a critically important survey. Survey sponsors include the Alliance (formerly HREDA), Reinvent Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads Chamber, Virginia Peninsula Chamber, Hampton Roads Workforce Council, Greater Peninsula Workforce Board, and the Old Dominion University Strome College of Business.
ABAHR participated in a conference call along with the Philippine American Chamber of Commerce and Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Coastal Virginia to discuss existing opportunities for Asian Americans in Hampton Roads.
Several area restaurants are offering discounts for any Federal employee who is affected by the Shutdown.
ABAHR Director Manolita Holadia was a guest speaker at the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month observance at Fort Eustis on May 29, 2018