Asian American Advisory Board
"One World, Many Cultures"
Asian American Advisory Board
Welcome to the Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board.
The Asian American Advisory Board was formed by County Executive Steve Levy in December 2005. Under the Suffolk County Executive and Office of Minority Affairs, the Boards function is to improve cultural understanding between these ethnic communities, the County government, and our community as a whole. The Boards also function to promote minority business development, access to services, and encourage civic participation at all levels by all members of the community.
The US Census Bureau lists over twenty-five Asian and Pacific Islander groups. Some of the largest groups are: Vietnamese, Chinese, Filipinos, Indian, Pakistani, Korean, Japanese, Cambodian, Laotian, Indonesian, Thai, Burmese, Malaysian, Taiwanese, Sri Lanka, Bangladeshi, and a variety of Pacific Islanders from the Hawaiian Islands.
The committed Board members consist of professionals from various backgrounds. They are leaders from different ethnic communities. Over the past few years, the Board has sponsored a variety of programs (such as cultural, educational, economic, and health fairs, etc) to fulfill its missions.
The Board is a bridge between County government and the Asian American communities. If you have any concerns that needed to be brought to the attention of the County, please feel free to contact any of our Board members.
This website will help the Asian American community in Suffolk County to find various department services offered through offices of Suffolk County. We will also post our sponsored programs and activities. We look forward to seeing you in our future events.
Very truly yours,
Jim Young, Ph.D.
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone
As your leadership will guide and
assist our diversified communities!
PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES MEMBERS OF THE
SUFFOLK COUNTY ASIAN AMERICAN ADVISORY BOARD
Bangladesh, China, India, Japan, Korea, Nepal, Philippines,
Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam
To learn more about AAAB, please click here
Photos taken during the 5th Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month celebration held on May 11, 2013 at Stony Brook University, Charles B Wang Center, with Daphne Kwok, Chair, President's Advisory Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander along with the 2013 APAHM Organizing Committee Chairman by Dr. Jim Yih-Jin Young and the Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board members.
Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board annual participation on the HEALTH FAIR FOR THE COMMUNITY Presented by: Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Office of Community Services and Minority Health In Collaboration with the Voces Latinas/Childcare Providers Making The Difference held Saturday, July 27, 2013, Rock of Salvation Inc./Assembly of Christian Churches, 368 American Boulevard, Brentwood, New York.
TIME: 4-6 PM
March 7, June 6, Spetember 5 and December 5, 2014
Place: H. Lee Dennison Building,
3rd Floor – Human Services
Sharing Our Victory Against
with handcrafted jewelry, fine jewelry, and gifts made by survivors to benefit survivors. We sell at local fairs, fundraisers, on the Web, and home parties
6th Annual Asian American
Saturday, May 24, 2014
Do you know that 1 in 10 teens reports being physically
abused by a boyfriend or girlfriend in the last year?
February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness &