Alicia Wang
Alicia Wang

Alicia has worked with immigrant communities and been an advocate for immigrant causes for over 40 years. Alicia grew up in Hong Kong and later Hawaii. She studied English Literature at the University of Hawaii and went on to study Chinese poetry at Stanford University. Alicia later earned a Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. As an ESL teacher at San Francisco City College, she has educated thousands of students. She has chaired the Chinese American Voter Education Committee (CAVEC) and been a leader in the Chinese American Democratic

Alicia has worked with immigrant communities and been an advocate for immigrant causes for over 40 years. Alicia grew up in Hong Kong and later Hawaii. She studied English Literature at the University of Hawaii and went on to study Chinese poetry at Stanford University. Alicia later earned a Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. As an ESL teacher at San Francisco City College, she has educated thousands of students. She has chaired the Chinese American Voter Education Committee (CAVEC) and been a leader in the Chinese American Democratic Club (CADC), where she worked for voter empowerment in the Asian community and to elect Asian Americans to elective office not only in San Francisco, but throughout the state and nation. She was the first Asian Pacific American elected to the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee and served 2 terms as Vice Chair; the first Chinese American woman ever elected to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), in 1992; and the first Asian Pacific American woman to be elected as a Vice Chair of the California Democratic Party, in 1997.

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San Francisco, CA 94103