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All issues raised by those testifying at the hearings shall be recorded and included, together with the foundation's responses, if any, in the foundation's report to the Governor as required by section 6 of this act. The foundation shall annually report its findings and recommendations to the Governor, the Legislature and the public. All funds received by the foundation, other than those necessary to pay the expenses of the foundation, shall be used exclusively for the establishment, support and promotion of the Asian American Study Foundation.
The report shall address the responsibilities as set forth in section 1 of this act, along with all other issues which the foundation finds to be necessarily related. 52:9WW-8 Financial assistance, eligibility for grants 8.
New Jersey South Asian American Women Launch Organization Aimed at Inspiring Other South Asian American Women Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver, NJ Lieutenant Governor Candidate, Gives Keynote Address at Inaugural Event New Brunswick, NJ – September 28, 2017 – In the richness of New Jersey’s diversity, a group of both veteran and new-to-civic engagement South Asian American women have launched a new organization, Inspiring South Asian American Women (ISAAW).
ISAAW, founded by a dozen women from across New Jersey, each with a unique SAA experience, seeks to bring other South Asian American women together to promote community engagement and public service in New Jersey.
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Be the change agents we know we can be, lending our voices of influence to issues the most important to us, and our communities.
I see in this room future mayors, freeholders, and members of Congress.” Assemblywoman Oliver echoed sentiments from her days organizing within her community in Essex County, to making the transition to policy maker – recalling her “ah-ha” moment, when she realized the greater advancements that could be achieved for her community if she was at the policy table as a change agent.
The foundation shall develop policies to improve the community, economic, social well-being, health and educational needs important to Asian Americans in New Jersey and increase awareness among Asian Americans as to governmental affairs and community and social service resources that may benefit Asian American individuals and communities as a whole.
It shall also make recommendations for local, county and Statewide actions to follow up the foundation's recommendations and consider such other matters relating to the institutions and legacies of Asian Americans in New Jersey as the members of the foundation may deem appropriate.At a launch event last night in New Brunswick, a crowd of approximately 100 – mostly women – from across the state gathered to hear about ISAAW and how the organization can support each of them be more engaged in their communities.