12th Annual Youth Leadership Conference August 6-9, 2014.
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DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL MAY 2, 2014
What is YLC?
The Youth Leadership Conference on Asian and Pacific Islander Health is a four day conference at Stanford University. High school students from across the country are invited to attend to gain leadership skills for effecting change in local communities. Conference participants will meet other students interested in making a difference in public health. Leading medical experts, professors, and policymakers will speak on issues of Asian and Pacific Islander health. Students will also have a chance to apply the skills they gain in an outreach planning simulation.
2013 YLC in Review
August 7 - August 10, 2013, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
and Their Impact on our Students
Students were exposed to a wide range of speakers over our four-day conference. They were presented with information from professional leaders who specialize in the fields of business, politics, and health.
We were fortunate enough to have the
following guest speakers present at our 2013 conference:
Dr. Samuel So: Founder of the Asian Liver Center
Wil Torres: Admission Counselor at Stanford Office of Undergrad Admissions
Jubilee Project: Non-Profit Organization and YouTube Sensation known for #DoingGoodisContagious campaign
Mark Sato: Master Practitioner of The Wiseman Group
Fiona Ma, MBA: Honorary Chairperson of San Francisco Hep B Free Campaign, Former Assemblywoman of California's 12th Assembly District
Angie Ayala-Oksanen: Vice President of Consumer Technology at Edelman
Baldwin Cheng, MBA: Brand Marketing Diretor at Common Sense Media
Colin Man: Former President of TeamHBV High School Advisory Board/Webmaster
Jennifer Chao: Former President of UCLA's TeamHBV Chapter/Outreach Intern
Michael Powell, PhD: General Partner at Sofinnova Ventures
Mie-Na Srein, MA: Outreach and Corporate Coordinator at Asian Liver Center
Xinhong Lim, PhD: Oral Communications Tutor at Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning
Chrissy Cheung, MPH: Perinatal Research Coordinator at Asian Liver Center
Jimmy Zheng: Youth Programs Intern at Asian Liver Center