NAPAWF New York City (NAPAWF*NYC) builds power with members to advance social justice and human rights for Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander self-identified women living in New York.
We are a community of AANHPI feminist visionaries and doers, dedicated to using our respective skills and expertise to raise our voices, take bold, meaningful action, and lift up our community.
We believe in a world where AANHPI women, girls, and people have the political, economic, and social power and resources to live and thrive with dignity and respect.
NAPAWF NYC’s leadership committee is comprised of:
Our New York City organizer is Becca Asaki.
The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) is the only multi-issue, progressive, community organizing and policy advocacy organization for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women and girls in the U.S. Founded in 1996, there are currently NAPAWF chapters in Anchorage, Atlanta, Chicago, Greater Phoenix, Los Angeles, New York City, Orange County, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, St. Cloud, Washington, DC, and Hendrix College, University of Michigan, and Yale University. Come join the sisterhood!