Data and Program Coordinator, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance
Maggie (she/her/hers) joins the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance as the Data and Program Coordinator, providing data management, training, reporting, and technical assistance to support chapter leaders, members, and Civic Engagement fellows in the execution of APALA's civic engagement programs. Prior to joining APALA, Maggie served as a staffer in the United States Senate, handling portfolio areas in AAPI outreach, STEAM education, and immigration casework. She previously served as a Congressional Emerson Hunger fellow, working in anti-hunger policy, child care and community development efforts. Following-that, Maggie worked in Nevada mobilizing AAPI voters, where she cultivated her passion for building a movement centered on youth, racial justice, and building stronger care networks. When she’s not organizing, you can find Maggie cooking, hiking, or sitting by the ocean.
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Creating healthy boundaries in both the personal and professional settings is crucial. By recognizing the need to set and enforce limits, you protect your self- esteem, maintain self-respect, and enjoy healthy relationships. In this workshop, we will go through how to practice setting boundaries in an assertive and confident way.
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