Speaker Resume

I am on a personal mission to help young people discover and fulfill their greatest potential. The Taiwanese American and Asian American communities are where I often start. The following is a listing of my past invited speaking engagements:

Taiwanese American Citizens League – Leading Youth Forward – 30th Year Anniversary Celebration
San Jose, CA, April 2012
“LYF LESSONS: Discovering Identity, Building Friendships, and Tackling Life Every Day,” Keynote Speaker

North American Taiwanese Women’s Association National Conference
San Jose, CA, April 2012
“Nurturing the Next Generation of Taiwanese America: Past Successes, Present Challenges, and New Horizons,” Keynote Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, April 2012
“Blazing our Way to Tomorrow,” Workshop Speaker

Asian American Leadership Awards Ceremony – Recipient of the Outstanding Asian American Alumni Award
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2012
“The View from Here: A Message to the Leaders of Tomorrow from Those of the Past,” Keynote Remarks

Asian American Cultural Center – Food for Thought Series
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2012
“The ABCs of ABTs in Taiwanese America: The Complexity of Identity in a Journey through Community-building,” Speaker

Taiwanese American Students Club 20th Year Alumni Reunion
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2012
“History of the Taiwanese American Students Club,” Panel Speaker
“Career Panel,” Panel Speaker

Taiwanese American Citizens League – Inaugural Leadership Conference
Berkeley, CA, March 2012
“Project, Meeting, and People Management,” Counselor/Trainer

Taiwanese United Fund – 228 Commemoration Event
Los Angeles, CA, February 2012
“On How 228 Shaped my Perspectives and Pride as a 2nd Generation Taiwanese American,” Keynote Speaker

Taiwanese American Professionals – San Francisco Lunar New Year Banquet
San Francisco, CA, January 2012
“Trajectory and Transformation: Themes of our Lives and Organizations,” Keynote Speaker

Asian American Studies 187C: Taiwanese American Experiences Course
University of California, Los Angeles, November 2011
“Taiwanese American Community Activism: From Generation to Generation,” Guest Lecturer

Taiwanese American Citizens League Leading Youth Forward – College Admissions Workshop
Taiwanese American Center of Northern California, San Jose, CA, October 2011
“Wake Up Call: Dreaming About the Best Possible You,” Keynote Speaker

North American Taiwanese Medical Association National Conference
Washington DC, September 2011
“Passing of the Torch. It’s Now or Never: A Discussion on Effective Transition of Organizational Leadership,” Moderator

Taiwanese American Citizens League Leadership Identity Development Summer Camp
Palomar Mountain State Park, CA, August 2011
“Waking Up: My Personal Discovery of Passion, Finding Purpose, & Impacting People,” Session Speaker

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Manchester, IN, July 2011
“Waking Up: My Personal Discovery of Passion, Finding Purpose, & Impacting People,” Youth Program Session Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, West Coast Regional Conference
University of California, Berkeley, April 2011
“An Immigrant Story: Where our Generation Begins,” Keynote Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
Northwestern University, IL, April 2011
“Taiwanese American Generations: History in the Making,” Workshop Speaker

BANANA 2 Asian Pacific Islander American Bloggers Conference
CBS Studio Center, Los Angeles, CA, February 2011
“Building Online Communities,” Panelist

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, East Coast Regional Conference
Princeton University, January 2011
“The Stuff of Big Ideas: Leadership Principles that Last a Lifetime,” Workshop Speaker

Junior Taiwanese American Students Association & Pre-Medical Club Meeting
Mission San Jose High School, CA, January 2011
“Window to the World: Community Organizer by Day; Doctor by Night,” Keynote Speaker

Filipino Americans Coming Together (FACT) Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, November 2010
“The Stuff of Big Ideas: Finding Personal Passion and Making an Impact,” Workshop Facilitator

Asian American Cultural Center 5th Anniversary Celebration
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, October 2010
“Searching for Home,” Keynote Speaker

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Manchester, IN, July 2010
“A Taiwanese American History in the Making: Generations in Transition,” Junior High Program Session Speaker

Southeast Taiwanese American Association Conference
Western Carolina University, NC, July 2010
“A Taiwanese American History in the Making: Generations in Transition,” Keynote Speaker

Taiwanese American Conference / East Coast
University of Delaware, July 2010
“Piecing Together the Future,” Keynote Speaker

Taiwanese American Citizens League Leading Youth Forward Summer Camp
Marin, CA, June 2010
“Tackle Life – An Overview from Past to Present,” Presenter

Midwest Asian American Student Union Conference
Ohio State University, April 2010
“We Are All Activists: How Our Passions Shape Asian America,” Workshop Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, West Coast Regional Conference
University of California, San Diego, April 2010
“Looking for our True North,” Workshop Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association Midwest Regional Conference
University of Texas, Austin, March 2010
“Creating Taiwanese America: Generations in Transition,” Workshop Speaker

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Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, East Coast Regional Conference
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, February 2010
“Creating Taiwanese America: The Generational Transition,” Workshop Speaker

Asian Pacific American Coalition Seen and Heard Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, January 2010
“We Are All Activists: How Our Passions Shape Asian America,” Workshop Speaker

Asian American Issues Conference
Stanford University, CA, January 2010
“Taiwanese and Asian American Identity,” Workshop Speaker

North American Taiwanese Medical Association National Conference
Los Angeles, CA, September 2009
“Typhoon Morakot and the 2nd Generation Movement: What one event revealed about our emerging 2G Taiwanese American community,” Presenter

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Manchester, IN, July 2009
“From Then to Now: The United State of Taiwanese America,” Youth Program & Junior High Program Session Speaker

Taiwanese American Association South Conference
Dallas, TX, July 2009
“From Then to Now: The United State of Taiwanese America,” Keynote Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2009
“Back in my day, we walked to school. Uphill. Both ways.” Workshop Facilitator

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, West Coast Regional Conference
University of Southern California, April 2009
“From Then to Now: The United State of Taiwanese America,” Keynote Speaker
“Back in my day, we walked to school. Uphill. Both ways.” Workshop Facilitator
“Career Panel,” Moderator and Panelist

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, East Coast Regional Conference
Duke University, NC, February 2009
“Building Community through TaiwaneseAmerican.org,” Workshop Speaker

Berkeley Taiwanese American Students Association
University of California, Berkeley, September 2008
“Taiwanese Americans in Action, Career Panel,” Organizer and Panelist

Taiwanese American Youth Leadership Camp
San Francisco, CA, June 2008
“Whose Story is it Anyways? An Interactive Identity Exploration Workshop,” Facilitator

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
Northwestern University, IL, April 2008
“Passion, Purpose, and People: Ingredients for Your Amazing Life Soup,” Workshop Speaker

Taiwanese American Center of Northern California
Fremont, CA, July 2007
“Superhero Series: Lessons in Teamwork and Leadership,” Workshop Speaker

University of Illinois Asian American Alumni Network
Champaign-Urbana, IL, March 2007
“The Role of Asian American Alumni at the University of Illinois,” Speaker Panelist

Taiwanese American Federation of Northern California’s Lunar New Year Celebration
Hayward, CA, February 2007
“Celebrating Identity: Perspectives as a Taiwanese American,” Speaker Panel Moderator

SELAM Foundation
Berkeley, CA, July 2006
“Developing Clinical Skills: A Team-centered Approach,” Module Training Session Speaker

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Manchester, IN, July 2006
“Communicating Community: Passion, Purpose, People,” Youth Program Session Speaker

Taiwanese American Conference / East Coast
University of Connecticut, July 2006
“On Building Community: Lessons in Proactive Leadership,” Workshop Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2006
“A Bit of Passion, A Big Impact,” Opening Speaker

Asian Pacific American Coalition, The Unseen/Unheard Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, February 2006
“Evoking the Past to Envision the Future,” Opening Keynote speaker
“The Beat of your Heart, the Pulse of an APA Community,” Workshop Speaker

North American Taiwanese Medical Association 2G
San Francisco Bay Area, January 2006
“Career Panel: Pursuing Your Passions,” Panel & Event Organizer

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Grand Rapids, MI & Manchester, IN, 1995- 2005
Junior Program Rotating Topics: Ethics & Values, Identity, Communication, & Leadership, Workshop Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, East Coast Regional Conference
Rutgers University, NJ, January 2005
“The Founding of ITASA,” Keynote Panelist

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Manchester, IN, July 2004
“TAFlove – Our Experiences, Our Stories,” Junior High Program Session Facilitator

Taiwanese American Youth Leadership Camp
San Francisco, CA, June 2004
“Rock the Boat: Lessons in Leadership,” Session Facilitator

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, West Coast Regional Conference
Stanford University, CA, April 2004
“The History of ITASA,” Keynote Speaker

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Manchester, IN, July 2003
“Taiwanese Americans: Our Place in Asian American History,” Youth Program & Junior High Program Session Speaker
“Lighting the Path to Leadership – Helping Your Child Find Their Way,” Parents Program Session Speaker

Taiwanese American Youth Leadership Camp
San Francisco, CA, June 2003
“Taiwanese Americans in Asian American History,” Workshop Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2002
“Taiwanese Americans: Our Place in Asian American History,” Workshop Speaker

Taiwanese American Foundation Summer Conference
Manchester, IN, August 2001
“Asian American Media Stereotypes,” Junior High Program Workshop Facilitator

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 1998
“Taiwanese Americans in Asian American History,” Workshop Speaker

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
Northwestern University, IL, April 1996
“Career Panel,” Workshop Panelist

Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association, Midwest Regional Conference
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 1994
“Asian American Stereotypes,” Workshop Facilitator

Special thanks to the leaders and organizers of the past and present who have made all of these opportunities possible for me. From one grassroots organizer to another, I admire your passion and dedication, and I recognize the sacrifices you have made so that those who follow may learn and then influence the next generation. To play a role in that community cycle with you, I am forever grateful.
– Ho Chie Tsai

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