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What Matters to Me & Why - Cindy Ng

The purpose of What Matters to Me and Why is to encourage reflection within the Stanford community on matters of personal values, beliefs, and motivations in order to better understand the lives and inspirations of those who shape the University.
Cindy Ng, Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Asian American Activities Center (A³C)
Since joining the A³C staff in 1991, Cindy has worked with faculty, staff and alumni to build community and to create programming and opportunities that support students in their academic and co-curricular endeavors. Cindy works with students on programming, leadership development, and advising and  collaborates with campus partners to ensure that the needs of students are met. Cindy also serves on various University committees. Cindy is a longtime Alameda resident who graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Math. Prior to coming to Stanford, she spent time in New York working as a speechwriter for David N. Dinkins who became the first African American Mayor in New York City.
The entire 2014-2015 lineup is as follows:October 22 Tom EhrlichJanuary 14 Cindy NgFebruary 4 Faith KazmiApril 8 Anthony AntonioMay 13 Garth Saloner

Details

When:

Wednesday, January 14, 2015. 12:00 PM

Where:

The Sanctuary in the Center for Inter-Religious Community, Learning and Experiences (CIRCLE) at Old Union, 3rd Floor

Sponsor:

Office for Religious Life

Contact:

(650) 723-1762
religious-life@stanford.edu

Admission:

Open to all. Regrets that no food is allowed in The Sanctuary.