UniPro Summit 2016 will be held at the Filipino Community Center in Seattle on October 29, 2016. UniPro Seattle presents a very special opportunity for young professionals and students in Seattle to hear from and meet Filipino-American community leaders based in Seattle and beyond. There is a unique and exceptional lineup of speakers, panelists, and workshops for the young generation to gain awareness, inspiration and motivation to be a change-making leader at work, at school, and/or in the local community.

UniPro Summit is the first Summit built the initial bridge to spark dialogue and regenerate action, leadership, and advocacy. Their goal is to create a sustainable intergenerational pipeline of leadership for the Filipino American community by developing a unified and engaged Filipino Americans through a series of dialogues and workshops. Recognizing that personal dilemmas interconnect with larger societal issues, it is important to leverage one another’s knowledge, skills, and resources to transform the world towards a more promising future.

Ultimately, the question Pilipino Americans have to critically answer is, “How do you define Progress?”

Register your spot today to help create a better Filipino-American community!

For questions or more information, please contact Summit Co-Director Melody Perez Kidd at [email protected], or follow updates made on the Summit website: www.uniprosummit2016.org.

Pilipino American Unity for Progress (UniPro) is a New York City-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that envisions a unified and engaged Pilipino America. Founded in 2009, UniPro’s mission is to engage Pilipino Americans through collaboration, advocacy and education. It seeks to transform Pilipino students & young professionals into community leaders through its various programs, which incorporate professional development, history, and policy through the lens of the Pilipino experience. The organization allows Pilipino Americans the opportunity to explore their place in the community in the hope of owning their niche.

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