Bridging the Labor Gap with Diverse Communities
On Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 9 am to 12 noon, Council of Asian Pacific Americans (CAPA) hosted the “2021 CAPA Leadership Summit: Bridging the Labor Gap with Diverse Communities” virtually.
CAPA’s mission is to unite Asian Pacific Americans and the community-at-large through culture, education and community service.
This year’s theme was “Bridging the Labor Gap with Diverse Communities” and will feature:
(1) Steve Tobocman, Founder and Executive Director of Global Detroit
(2) Annie Fenton, Program Director of Michigan International Talent Solutions
Industry Panel Members: experts from various industries to:
(1) help bring focus to the many challenges our economy is currently facing and the gaps in the labor market that are likely to emerge in the near future
(2) identify the industry skills shortage and how these gaps can be bridged through connections with a diverse network
Continuing the Conversation: we will invite leaders from our partner organizations to help identify ways in which we can continue the conversation through CAPA’s platform and hone in on the multitude of topics that we have already identified and additional topics that will be highlighted through our kick-off conversation at this Leadership Summit.
Saturday, October 30 2021, 9:00 AM – 12:00 NOON
Steve Tobocman, Founder and Executive Director of Global Detroit
Annie McGuigan Fenton, Program Director of Michigan International Talent Solutions
Ms. Anshi Pacha, CAPA Youth Chair
Free due to our platinum sponsor, DTE Energy and our gold sponsor, General Motors, but you must register to receive the virtual link to participate.
Click here to register and to receive a virtual link to participate.
The first 100 registrants will receive Amazon gift card and 5 registrants will get a chance to win a pair of VIP passes to CAPA’s SOE 2022.