AACA holds Chinese New Year dinner for Fundraisers and Employer Partners

By Kane Carpenter

(Back) Eddie R. Mangahas, Deloitte Services LP, Eileen Dern, Hallmark Health Group, Michael Sack, Hallmark Health Group, Rich Jennings, Sullivan Tire, Paul Pierre, Eastern Bank, Deborah Ruhe, Hostelling International New England. (Front) Mary Chin, Asian American Civic Association, Jennifer Tabor, Boston Private Bank Trust Company, Linda A. Moulton, Ceralta Technology Inc., Josefine B. Silva, Mt Washington Bank, Madge Meyer, State Street Corp., Yongmei Chen, Eastern Bank, Sunny Schwartz, Asian American Civic Association. Photo by Diana Jeong

The Asian American Civic Association (AACA) held a dinner ceremony for the organization’s funders and employer partners in celebration of Chinese New Year on January 26, at Empire Garden Restaurant in Chinatown.

The dinner, which hosted jazz musicians John Dreyer and Harvey Diamond, was attended by over 100 people. During the proceedings, AACA Chief Operating Officer Sunny Schwartz presented a 5-minute video clip that showcased the organization’s Building Energy Efficient Maintenance Skills (BEEMS) and Partnership for Automotive Career Education (PACE) programs.

“State Street is a strong supporter of the work the AACA does,” said Madge M. Meyer, Executive Vice President and Chief Innovative Officer at State Street Corporation. “The work they do at the AACA is invaluable to the community.”

“[The dinner] was an excellent opportunity to thank of funders, employer partners and students,” said Michael Genovese, Director of Development at AACA.

 

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