What we do
The Mayor’s Commission on Asian American Affairs (MCAAA) is composed of 25 professionals and community leaders who represent the diversity of Philadelphia’s Asian American population.
As part of its work, the MCAAA:
- Advises the Mayor on issues and policies that are important to Asian communities in the City.
- Ensures diversity and inclusion for Asian communities within City policies.
- Helps Asian American community organizations develop strategies and programs that enhance the social, cultural, and economic status of the Asian American community.
The commission is part of the Office of Immigrant Affairs. It shares a mission with the Mayor's Office of Public Engagement, which works to increase collaboration with specific communities throughout Philadelphia.
|Akanksha Kalra||AKA Immigration|
|Alix Mariko-Webb||Asian Americans United|
|Aowtad Chowdhury||Bangladesh Welfare Association of America|
|Catzie Vilayphonh||Laos in the House|
|Cecilia Moy Yep||Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation (Retired)|
|Cliff Akiyama||Progressions Behavioral Health Services|
|Dewi Broadhurst||FACTS Charter School|
|Geemon George||American Red Cross|
|Grace Wu Kong||U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce|
|James Zhang||Sino American Business & Travel Association|
|John Chin||Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation|
|Judi Rhee Alloway||Imagine Leadership LLC|
|K Naroen Chinn||1Love|
|Leela Kuikel||Bhutanese American Organization-Phila|
|Lilian Christaka||Modero Dance Company|
|Nadeem Bezar||Kline & Specter|
|Ruben David||City of Philadelphia (retired)|
|Sarun Chan||Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia|