GE's Asian Pacific American Forum (APAF) is proud to host the APAF 2016 Global Symposium and Customer & Collaborators Summit at the Duke Energy Center, Cincinnati, OH.
GE's Asian Pacific American Forum (APAF) is dedicated to attracting, developing, and retaining Asian Pacific American talent leveraging the diversity of professional and cultural backgrounds to enhance their career development and GE’s competitive edge in the global marketplace.
APAF is one of GE's numerous Affinity Networks and Employee Resource Groups, along with the African American Forum, Hispanic Forum, Women's Network, the Veteran's Forum and the GLBTA Alliance. Established in 1998, APAF is a grassroots organization with 17 hubs and 40 chapters supporting over 9,000 APA employees in North America. Led by three national leaders and sponsored by two senior vice presidents on Jeffrey Immelt's CEC, APAF focuses on advancing the goals set forth in its mission statement. APAF has programs focused on building the skill sets of Asian Pacific American talent, preparing members for leadership roles, providing community service opportunities, and driving company initiatives.
- November 07, 2016 Initial release