Which Asian American Women Influence You? | Audrey’s 8 Picks for Our Inaugural Women of Influence Series
  • by Ada Tseng
  • September 4, 2013
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Article: WOMEN OF INFLUENCE

ISSUE: FALL 2013

Influence comes in many forms, from high-profile advocates who are shaping ideas on an international stage to local heroes who are breaking barriers and defying expectations in their own communities. In our inaugural series celebrating influential Asian American women, Audrey Magazine highlights eight newsmakers, activists, leaders and trailblazers who encourage us to pursue our dreams, explore the unknown, and stand up for those without a voice.

Check out our Influential Women video introducing all 8 of our picks below, and tweet us at @audreymagazine or @adatseng to suggest other impressive Asian American women for us to feature in our continuing series!

 

OUR WOMEN OF INFLUENCE:

Keli Lee, Executive VP of Casting at ABC Entertainment

 

Somaly Mam, Co-founder and President of the Somaly Mam Foundation

 

 

Madhulika Sikka, Executive Editor for NPR News

 

Grace Lee Boggs, Lifelong Activist for Detroit and the African American Movement

 

Valarie Kaur, Founder of Groundswell at Auburn Seminary

 

Alex Wagner, Host of MSNBC’s NOW with Alex Wagner

 

Grace Ueng, Founder and CEO of Savvy Marketing Group

 

Melissa Lee, Host of CNBC’s Fast Money

 

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  1. One Asian women of influence that I would love to see you do an article about is two time Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan. She has had the most influence on me than anyone I have been inspired by. Her achievements are too numerous to mention. Michelle Kwan is an Asian American women who has influenced many all over the world.

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  3. Alex Wagner is a media Schill and nothing but a talking head. She is not influencial in the least and very rude during her interviews. Putting her on this list shows bad taste.

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