What is SAPAAC?
Established in 1989, the Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club (SAPAAC) is now one of Stanford University's largest alumni organizations. We organize networking and community-building opportunities for Asian & Pacific Islander alumni, fund a scholarship for current students, support the Asian American Activities Center (A3C) at Stanford, and advocate for our communities on campus.
SAPAAC is an official, chartered club of the Stanford Alumni Association (SAA), whose mission is to reach, serve and engage Stanford alumni by nurturing strong intellectual and emotional connections between the university and its graduates.
To promote and support the educational, professional, and social interest of Stanford Asian Pacific American (APA) alumni and the Stanford community.
Provide avenues of social & professional interaction for APA alumni
Keep members informed of APA affairs related to Stanford
Serve as role models for Stanford APA students
Inform Stanford administration of APA concerns and issues
Encourage hiring, promotion, and retention of APA faculty
Perform community service
The SAPAAC Board
The SAPAAC board is responsible for guiding the organization in achieving its mission statement and goals. Elections to the board and leadership roles are held annually, while board members serve overlapping, two-year terms.
President: Kevin Hsu '08, MS '11
President-Elect: Solina Kwan '92
Treasurer: Clara Luu '16
(First Term: 2018-2020)
John Chang '93 Human Biology
Paul Choi '87 Biology
Mo-Yun Fong '95 Chemical Engineering, MA '96 Education
Marushka Hirshon '14 Science, Technology & Society
Lan Le '10 Human Biology
Clara Luu '16 Human Biology
Emily Song '13 Product Design
Jacob Wang '72 Psychology
(Continuing First Term: 2017-2019)
Brian Cheu '85 Psychology
NaSun Cho '98 English
Dan Kojiro '74 Chemistry
Simon Zheng '14, MS '15 Computer Science
(Second Term: 2018-2020)
Solina Kwan '92 History and Economics
(Continuing Second Term: 2017-2019)
Susan Hainze MS '84 Industrial Engineering
Kevin Hsu '08 Earth Systems and International Relations, MS '11 CEE