2013 Events

2013

January

1/18/2013 Korean Women’s International Network (KOWIN) Mountain Retreat:

Judi attended the Korean Women’s International Network Mountain Retreat in Annapolis, Maryland to present a workshop on self -motivation and organization. Judi trained attendees and presented a workshop titled “Self Motivating Organization”.

http://kowindc.org/

 

1/20/2013 Asian Americans in Energy Environment and Commerce (AE2C) Lunar New Year:

Kick off the Lunar New Year with Asian Americans in Energy, the Environment and Commerce (AE2C)!

We invite you to celebrate the Year of the Snake. Some say this coming year does not bode well for industries like oil and gas, technology and utilities, while banking, infrastructure and commodities will yield positive results. Others say that because the snake is a skin shedder, this year will be one of significant changes no matter the sector.

You will not want to miss this opportunity to learn more about what the Year of the Snake holds for AE2C and its members. We look forward to seeing you at the Virginia Tech Research Center, 900 North Glebe Road in Arlington, Virginia, on Wednesday, February 20, from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Join us to “shed some skin” for a positive start to the New Year!

Judi attended the AE2C Lunar New Year celebration and reception at Virginia Tech Arlington Research Center in Arlington, Virginia.

http://www.ae2c.org/

 

1/21/2013 – 1/22/2013 Inauguration Swearing In Ceremony and Inaugural Pearl Ball:

Judi was invited to the White House in Washington, DC to join President Obama and thousands of others to witness the Inauguration swearing in. Judi also attended the Inaugural Pearl Ball, which was exclusive to only a certain number of people and was invitation only.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/inauguration-2013

 

1/31/2013 “New Start New You” at Women’s Business Center (WBC) in Partnership with the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts Step 1: Motivation

Twelve Steps In Twelve Months: Twelve steps in twelve months to have your business up and running.

Learn from women experienced as business owners and network with local entrepreneurs. Part one of a twelve-part certificate program. Learn everything you need to know to begin your business by year’s end. Please bring a notebook, laptop, or tablet to the workshop.

Presented by Judi Rhee Alloway, Director of the Women’s Business Center and considered one of the top women innovators by the US State Department.

http://womensbizcenter.blogspot.com/2013_01_01_archive.html

 

February

2/19/2013 “New Start New You” at Women’s Business Center (WBC) in Partnership with the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts Step 2: Idea Lab:

What’s your million dollar idea? Drill down and find “IT!”

The Women’s Business Center (WBC) presented the second part of its12-part series called “Step 2: Idea Lab” in partnership with the Corzo Center. Thank you to our partners at Benjamin’s Desk for hosting this event.

http://womensbizcenter.blogspot.com/2013_02_01_archive.html

 

2/27/2013 White House Office of Presidential Appointments:

This event was organized to attract more Asian American political appointees in government. Judi recruited members from NAPABA (National Asian Pacific American Bar Association) to attend this event.

www.whitehouse.gov/

http://www.napaba.org/napaba/showpage.asp?code=home

 

March

3/1/2013 – 3/3/2013 – NAAAP National Leadership:

Judi presented an informational session at the National Association for Asian-American Professionals National Leadership Convention for Women in NAAAP. This event happened at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City at the Reagan National Airport.

http://www.naaapdc.org/Events/tabid/2016/ctl/viewdetail/mid/11070/itemid/3198/d/20130301/Default.aspx

 

3/28/2013 “New Start New You” at Women’s Business Center (WBC) in Partnership with the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts Step 3: Research:

What is your TAM (total available market)? Figure it out in step 3 of 12 in the New Start, New You Series designed to get your business up and running in 2013.

Presented by Judi Rhee Alloway, Director of the Women’s Business Center.

 

April

4/24/2013 – 4/25/2013 C100 Senate Reception and Conference Gala:

Judi was invited by the Conference’s organizers to represent AE2C. The Committee of 100’s 22nd Annual Conference brought together government, corporate, and opinion leaders from across the United States and China to discuss key issues in the world’s most important bilateral relationship. The conference addressed four themes central to U.S.‐China relations: building strategic trust in the bilateral relationship; economic cooperation and competition; Chinese investment in the United States; and portrayals of China in U.S. political campaigns.

Read more about this conference and it’s keynote speakers here.

http://committee100.typepad.com/committee_of_100_newslett/conference/

 

4/30/2013 “New Start New You” at Women’s Business Center (WBC) in Partnership with the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts Step 4: Business Plan

Now that you have your million dollar idea, how profitable will “it” be? Write it down in Step 4 of Twelve Months.

Instructor: Judi Rhee Alloway, Director of the Women’s Business Center, considered as one of the top women innovators by the US State Department to represent the country.

 

May

5/7/2013 Commemorative Dinner 60th Republic of Korea and US Alliance:

Judi was invited to a dinner commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Republic of Korea’s alliance with the United States. The event hosted by the South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Robert and Arlene Kogod at the Courtyard in Washington, DC.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/

http://english.president.go.kr/main.php00

 

5/23/2013 “New Start New You” at Women’s Business Center (WBC) in Partnership with the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts Step 5: Niche Marketing

Who is buying?

Target your market in Step 5 of 12: Niche Marketing

Instructor Noemi Mendez Eliasen, the Information Services Specialist at the Philadelphia Regional Office of the US Census Bureau, introduced statistics to show attendees how they could effectively work with their target market.

http://womensbizcenter.blogspot.com/2013/05/join-us-for-new-start-new-you-step-5.html

 

5/25/2013 Korean Women’s International Foundation (KOWINNER) 4th International Convention:

Judi attended the 4th International KOWINNER Convention in Vienna Austria as a speaker and presented a workshop titled “The Four Motivations”. The Fourth Annual KOWINNER convention took place in Vienna, Austria from the 24th of May to the 26th of May at the NH Danube City Hotel. The KOWINNER foundation is a not-for-profit organization established in 2007 to foster networking amongst Korean professional women from around the world, to strengthen Korea’s competitiveness on the global stage and promote women’s rights.

Read more about KOWIN and this conference here.

http://www.kowinner.org/

 

5/30/2013 Rep. W. Curtis Thomas Small Business Opportunity and Resource Seminar:

Judi presented a speech on resources for female entrepreneurs at Representative W. Curtis Thomas’s event for people looking for the resources to start small businesses.

Read this article to understand more.

 

June

6/2/13 Internal Korean Adoptee Service (INKAS Summer Camp):

Judi presented a seminar titled “4 Motivations” in the New Seoul Hotel in South Korea.

For more information about the summer camps and how they work, visit their official website here.

 

6/29/13 “New Start New You” at Women’s Business Center (WBC) in Partnership with the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts Step 6: Products & Services Pitch

Do you have a business? Pitch your products and services in Step 6 of Twelve.

Instructor: Judi Rhee Alloway, Director of the Women’s Business Center, considered as one of the top women innovators by the US State Department to represent the country.

http://womensbizcenter.blogspot.com/2013/06/new-start-new-you-step-6-products.html

 

July

7/29/13 Step 7 Social Media at Women’s Business Center in Partnership with the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts:

What’s your voice? Get your voice out into the social media ecosphere. Start social media accounts and manage your voice in Step 7 of 12.

Judi Rhee Alloway and Rondaya Woodbury, Community Manager for Imagine Leadership, LLC, presented a workshop on “Social Media” and how to establish a strong presence on social media websites. This event, which was located at Benjamin’s Desk on 17th and Walnut, included an interactive activity allowing those in attendance to create their own sample posts for social media sites as well as a HootSuite tutorial.

http://www.empowerment-group.org/

 

7/31/2013 “Community + Congressional Leaders Event”

As part of Korean Coalition for Civic Participation (KCCP), Judi helped organize, invite, and promote this groundbreaking event. Korean American leaders from around the country gathered to talk about immigration reform, health care, and North Korean policy. House Representatives stopped by to show their support.

http://www.councilka.org/

 

August

8/1/2013 “White House Briefing for the Korean American community”

Korean American leaders discussed health care, appointment of Korean American judges, innovation, weaving the Asian American story, and immigration with representatives from Health and Human Services, Special Advisors to the President, Department of the Interior and White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/

 

8/10/13 NAAAP National Convention at the Sheraton Centre in West Toronto, Canada:

Judi presented an interactive workshop on motivation and behavior for Women in NAAAP titled “WIN!ning Motivation and Behavior”. Judi also included an info session for individuals interested in finding out more about Women in NAAAP (WIN!) and how they could become a part of it.

http://www.naaapconvention.org/2013/Home.aspx

 

 

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