Asian Economic Policy Summit 2020

Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce

Thanks all policy makers and participants who joined us at:

The 11th Annual AAPI ( Asian American & Pacific Islanders)

Economic Policy Summit 2020

FEBRUARY 13, 2020 *  5:00 – 8:00 pm *  Richmond * Virginia

Community/Membership Event Registration Website available ( November 2019 ) This year AAPI Legislative Reception offered the community a non-partisan political platform engaging state and national legislators in informing the VACC members, the AAPI small businesses’ on legislative issues impacting businesses, Asian American Pacific Islander communities and our state future growth.   As VACC is the voice for the AAPI business community , we successfully advocate on behalf of AAPI business owners through its visibility at the General Assembly, on the Hill, and through our statewide network of strategic partnerships.

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View the 2020 Summit Gallery:


  1. Virginia Secretary of Finance Aubrey Layne  * Kick Off remarks
  2. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring * Keynote Remarks
  3. Virginia House Majority Leader Delegate Charniele Herring, Virginia House of Delegates
  4. Lt Governor Justin Fairfax * Special remarks
  5. Virginia Secretary of Health & Human Services Dan Carey
  6. Deputy Secretary Jae Davenport, VA Secretary of Safety & Homeland Security
  7. Assistant Secretary Shawn Talmadge, VA Secretary of Safety  Homeland
  8. Virginia Secretary of Agriculture Bettina Ring
  9. Delegate Carrie Coyner, House of Delegates
  10. District Attorney Shannon Taylor, Henrico County
  11.                Senator Chap Peterson, Virginia Senate
  12. Delegate Suhas Subramanyam, House of Delegates
  13. Senator Jennifer McLellan
  14. Delegate Rodney Willett

Other statewide elected officials attending the Reception – Summit :

  1. Delegate Betsy Carr
  2. Delegate Ibraheem Samirah
  3. Senator Jen Kiggans
  4. Delegate Adam Ebbin
  5. Delegate Karrie Delaney

Total: 18 ( 10 Policy Makers and 8 Agency heads or deputies of the Administration) statewide leaders joined VACC at the Summit 2020.