Other people on the ballot (General Election for President and Vice President of the United States, Representative in Congress, State Senator (even numbered districts), State Representative, District Attorney) – summarize each。
Nicholas Zhuang Gorham, Junior at Whitefish Bay High School
Voting Statistics on Asian American voters vs other groups
Wisconsin Historical Swing State record
Analysis into district win loss by how many votes
Emphasize that more votes matter
Emphasize why voting matters
Gerrymandering, randomization and reduction of corrupt politics
本次YLA青少年领袖实习项目要求参加者为美国公民或绿卡持有者，必须是年满16岁的高中生或在校大学生。截至9月8日，一共有三位学生报名参加，分别是Geoffrey Xue, Senior at Pewaukee High School; Becky Min Ho, Junior at Homestead High School; Nicholas Zhuang Gorham, Junior at Whitefish Bay High School。
Lily Qi，State Delegate, Maryland General Assembly (District 15, Montgomery County)
Delegate Lily Qi was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in November 2018 representing Montgomery County. As the first Chinese-speaking legislator in the Maryland General Assembly and the Greater Washington Region, her election made national and international news on NPR, the Kojo Nnamdi Show, the Washington Post and the China Global Television Network.
Delegate Qi had a hybrid career in economic development, public affairs, and higher education. She was a political appointee by former Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett for economic and workforce development and led a series of initiatives to advance innovation economy and public-private partnerships. Before joining Montgomery County, she served as a senior economic development official for Washington, DC, a spokesperson for the DC financial regulatory agency and assistant director of multicultural affairs at American University.
Delegate Qi is a speaker, writer and advocate on immigrant integration, civic engagement and Asian American issues. She was a columnist for Asian Fortune and chaired the Maryland Governor’s Commission on Asian American Affairs under Governor Martin O’Malley. She has served on as a trustee on several nonprofit boards including Suburban Hospital of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Imagination Stage and Manchester University in Indiana. Lily was recognized as Maryland’s Top 100 Women by the Daily Record, Washington Chinese Post’s Person of the Year 2018 and was three-time recipient of the National Association of Counties awards for her accomplishments as a Montgomery County government official.
Jessica Boling is an experienced community organizer. She has solved complex issues and promoted the influence of different communities. She is currently the Outreach Manager at the Democratic Party of Wisconsin to the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
Prior to joining the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, she was the Director of Community Engagement to the AAPI community at the Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee.
Previously, she was the Director of Operations at Silicon Pastures Angel Investment Network where she was responsible for sourcing, presenting and managing startup investment deals for a Midwest-based angel group. She helped close over $400K in deals while at Silicon Pastures.
In 2016, she ran the political campaign in 2016 for an Asian-American candidate in Wisconsin against a 24-year incumbent. She is also a founding member of ElevAsian, an AAPI leadership group in Milwaukee.
In 2013, Jessica conducted research on international aid in Cameroon as a Fulbright Fellow. Additionally, she served as the Secretary General for a nonprofit organization in South Korea for adoptees returning to Korea. Jessica graduated magna cum laude from both Seattle University and Boston College. In her free time, she enjoys training for different races, traveling and telling jokes with her friends.
由Charles Benson 和Carole Meekins主持的这一节目旨在向密城观众介绍具有浓厚中国文化的龙舟节与印度风情的印度节，将两国独特的文化交替送进千家万户。为此，TMJ4特别邀请了代表National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP)的密城龙舟节组委会成员Lynnette Le Clair； 龙舟赛赞助代表Rockwell Automation的Harold G. Fallak；以及MCCC Youth Leadership Academy（YLA）现任主席Geoffery Xue通过Zoom Meeting现场连线直播间来介绍龙舟节及其中国文化。
Adrian Chan, PhD, Professor Emeritus. 中文名：陈康宁，二代移民，祖籍广东中山，在加州三藩市出生、长大。1968年至2000年就职于UW-Milwaukee，任多元文化咨询心理学副教授。行政职务包括UWM教育学院研究主任，副校长助理，UW院系种族与民族研究所所长等职务。八十年代后期参与全美范围内商业多元文化咨询培训，客户包括波音飞机公司。OCA-WI及AAPI成员。
Born & raised in Chinatown, San Franciso, CA where my mother and father had ancestry roots from Zhongshan District in Guangdong Province. My birth certificate says Adrian Hee, reflecting the paper name that my father immigrated with to the USA during the Chinese Exclusion Act (1882-1943).
I came to Milwaukee, WI as an Assistant Professor at UWM in 1968 and retired in 2000. My field was Multicultural Counseling Psychology.
My administrative history showed that I was School of Education Director of Research (mid70s-mid80s), then Asst. Vice Chancellor (1991-95), and finally Director of the UW Systemwide Institute on Race & Ethnicity (1995-2000).
I have also been in the multicultural consulting business since the late 1980s with Kochman Mavrelis Associates (KMA) conducting organizational development and diversity training with public & private firms throughout the nation (ex: Boeing Aerospace from 2000-2016).
I am a member of OCA-WI and now active in the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Coalition of WI, a new statewide organization combating the anti-Asian fallout from Covid19, along with other issues.
Lorna Young, MBA, 三代移民，University of Rochester历史学士，Cornell University MBA。1979年至1994年加入GE医疗设备公司，先后担任CT扫描市场部，CT市场开发，跨部门图像业务市场开发经理等职，成为首位加入该部门的少数族裔女性。过去的25年在IMV Medical Information Division任市场研发咨询，为图像领域的高端客户提供咨询服务。在OCA-WI义务工作15年，曾任OCA-WI主席，现任OCA-WI董事会常委，AAPI成员。
Third generation Chinese American. My father was born a century ago in Philadelphia, and his father ran a grocery store in Chinatown. My mother was born in San Francisco, and her parents both worked with Sun Yat-sen before they immigrated to the U.S.
My educational experience in a BA in History from the University of Rochester, in Rochester NY, and an MBA from Cornell University, in Ithaca NY, which I consider to be my home town.
I moved to the Milwaukee area in 1979 to join the CT Scanner Marketing team at GE Medical Systems (now called GE Healthcare), where I was the first female minority recruit into the marketing function from an MBA school, and certainly the first Asian American. I worked there for 15 years, where I had roles in CT Market Development and as the first market research manager across all of GEHC’s imaging modalities. For the last 25 years, I have been working as a market research consultant to the imaging industry for IMV Medical Information Division, where I work with all the top clients in the imaging industry, including GE, Philips, Siemens, and Canon.
I have been a volunteer with OCA-WI for over 15 years, and have served various roles, including President, and I am currently on its Board of Directors. I have gotten to know many MCCC folks through my involvement in organizing the Chinese New Year Gala for many years as well as supporting the Dragon Boat Festival. I too am now active in the newly formed Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Coalition of WI.
美国民主/投票制度的一般介绍。 (General introduction of the democratic/voting system in the US.)
投票的重要性。 ( Importance of the voting )
投票人的资格。（The qualification of a voter）
如何亲自或在线注册投票？（How to register for vote, in person or online?）
如何亲自或通过邮件投票？（How to vote, in person or via mail?）
什么是缺席选票？在选举日没有空时该如何投票？（What is absentee ballot? How to vote when you are not available on the Election Days?）
《密城快讯》(Milwaukee Chinese Express) 和《密城时报》(Milwaukee Chinese Times) 以及MCCC的FaceBook在疫情期间对华人社区的抗疫活动都有所报道。《密城快讯》主编陶瑜对快讯社的运作及下一步工作计划做了总结。今年五月份密城快讯社已经成立两年，虽然很多社区传统活动取消了，但是快讯社仍配合社区抗疫活动做了很多相关的报道。接下来，快讯社还是会继续结合社区最新动向报道社区热点和时事。同时快讯社也一直在积极发掘新人，希望责任心强、文笔好的同仁能加入一起把快讯社发扬壮大。