Monday, November 22, 2010

GOOD for Your Career to Join 80-20?

We can't tell you that joining 80-20 is GOOD for your career. But it is
definitely not BAD for your career. Here is one proof.

Conrado "Bobby" Gempesaw, a Filipino-Am., was named Provost of
Miami University 3 days ago. "Bobby" is currently Dean of College of
Business at the University of Delaware. Visit
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2011/nov/gempesaw-provost-miami111910.html

Gempesaw has been an 80-20 member for years and still is.
Visit http://www.80-20initiative.net/about/membership.asp to view
his name on the membership list *.

Gampesaw is not only a dues-paying member, but also publicly acknowledges
that he got his first administrative position as an Associate Provost
at the Univ. of Delaware partially through the effort of Asian Am.
faculty members talking to the Administration that its top echelon
could benefit from diversity.

America selects leaders who have convictions, are willing to take some
risks for their convictions, and are persons of integrity.
Just having
knowledge, ability and skills are not good enough to be leaders. Those
attributes normally only earns a person a high-paying job. Actually, even
the "high pay" may not be realized, if the person is deemed as timid.

Join 80-20. Using a credit, go http://www.80-20initiative.net . Using a
check, please send it to 80-20 PAC P.O. Box 603 Osprey, FL 34229.
Please be sure to denote your e-address on the back of the check.

Anyone joining now will be a member for the remainder of this year
AND the whole of the next year. A NEW member's dues will be match by a $3,000 fund donated by Prof. Chenming Hu of U. of CA, Berkeley.

Respectfully,

S. B. Woo, a volunteer
Acting President, 80-20 PAC, Inc., http://www.80-20initiative.net

* Among 80-20 members, there are a President of AAAS which is the largest science org. in the world, a large number of elected officials, a former college president and a chancellor, deans, department chairs, Chair professors, CEOs of large banks and companies, presidents of National Asian Am. organizations, and members of The Committee of 100. So pls. join 80-20 and be counted.

Acknowledgment: Kathleen To, Bumet, TX $1,000.
 

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