Arab America Foundation Announces Connect Arab America: Empowerment Summit
Cousins and Donors, we launched today our Connect Arab America: Empowerment Summit which will take place on February 1-5, 2021. We are happy to announce that Cousins and Donors can attend at no charge, although we welcome any donation you may make to help us to defer costs.
We have set up a code for Cousins/Donors only:AACOUSINSCONNECTS2021
Just use this code when checking out and you will receive free admission to the event.
For Immediate Release
The Arab America Foundation celebrates Arab American unity, heritage, and identity with discussions from exciting speakers in public service, cultural institutions, business innovators, influencers, and performances by exciting artists from the U.S. and abroad at this year’s first annual Connect Arab America: Empowerment Summit, February 1-5, 2021.
The primary purpose of the conference is to connect, educate, and empower Arab Americans by bringing inspiring and successful Arab Americans to present the best of Arab America.
“Join us as we highlight many of Arab America’s finest representatives who will be joining us for this unique series of events highlighting Arab American unity and identity,” said Warren David, co-founder of the Arab America Foundation and president of Arab America. “Connect Arab America will also bring Arab Americans together with daily networking sessions where registrants will meet new people from various professions.”
The Connect Arab America: Empowerment Summit will run virtually on Zoom, February 1-5, 2021 Monday-Friday, from 7-8 pm ET with networking to follow each evening from 8-8:30 pm.
Day 1: Monday, February 1: Connecting with Public Officials
As a marginalized community, Arab Americans are becoming more active politically in municipal, regional, state, and all levels of politics. This panel will meet some of the public officials that are making a difference in their respective communities.
Day: 2: Tuesday, February 2: Connecting with Cultural Institutions
Outreach is important in edifying and promoting Arab culture and identity. Join us as we talk with leaders of major Arab cultural institutions in the U.S. who are making an impact on the Arab American narrative.
Day 3: Wednesday, February 3: Connecting with Business Leaders
Many Arab Americans have created their own businesses and have become icons in the entrepreneurial world. Join us as we recognize prominent and rising Arab American entrepreneurs who have proudly promoted their heritage and identity through their work.
Day 4: Thursday, February 4: Connecting with Influencers
With a new generation comes a new way of keeping in touch with the broader community. As technology has changed, so has the way Arab Americans see themselves in the world. Meet the new generation of change-makers who are using digital social presence to make their mark on American society. #Influencers
Day 5: Friday, February 5: Connecting with Our Culture
They’re our cultural representatives to the world: actors, musicians, poets, writers, and comedians, proudly represent Arab heritage in their respective fields. Enjoy the rich Arab heritage as we connect with inspiring artists.
Join us as we “CONNECT” with Arab America.
For more information or to register for the Connect Arab America: Empowerment Summit, click here.
For more information about the Arab America Foundation, click here.
For media inquiries, contact Raneem Ghuneim here.
About the Arab America Foundation
The Arab America Foundation (AAF) is a non-profit (501c3) educational and cultural organization. The mission of AAF is to promote the Arab heritage, empower and educate others about the Arab identity, connect Arab Americans, and build coalitions with diverse organizations across the U.S.