We Are AAPI Community Conversation: Dr. Michelle Au, Georgia State Senate Candidate, District 48 (D)
For the month of August, We Are AAPI is highlighting AAPI Democratic candidates running for office in battleground states and districts. 2020 is an unprecedented election cycle and we believe the AAPI community can play a crucial role in supporting these trailblazing leaders on their way to making history.
Our second candidate conversation is with Dr. Michelle Au, GA-48 State Senate Democratic Candidate for Georgia's State Senate. If elected, she will make history as the the first Asian American woman to serve as a state senator in Georgia. Join us to discuss her background in medicine, unconventional foray into politics, public health issues in light of COVID-19, and why the AAPI vote is important in 2020 and beyond.
Date and Time:
Wednesday, August 12, 7:30 - 8:30pm ET
Dr. Michelle Au is a first-generation Chinese-American whose parents immigrated to the United States with their parents in the 1960s following a generation of hardship after World War II. She is a practicing anesthesiologist in Atlanta, Georgia who graduated from Columbia University's Medical School. Driven by an interest to improve community health on a larger scale, she later returned to school and earned a Masters Degree in Public Health from Columbia University. She and her husband live in Duluth, where their three children—Cal (15), Mack (11), and Nina (8) attend public school. Their two dogs, Spot and Bailey, round out the family.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, August 11, 8pm EST. The Zoom link will be sent to all attendees prior to the conversation.
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