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Dr. Fang Miao Wins Stevie Award For Thought Leadership Of The Year - 2024 American Business Awards

New York City, New York, United States, 19th Jun 2024Dr. Fang Miao,  President of The Association for the Protection of Asian Women in America,  was named the winner of a Stevie Award in the Thought Leader of The Year category in The 22nd Annual American Business Awards.

The American Business Awards gala dinner was held on June 11 in Manhattan, New York. As the President of The Association for the Protection of Asian Women in America, Dr. Fang Miao received the Bronze Award for Thought Leadership of the Year.  The gala dinner was a spectacular event with a dazzling array of winners from different industries shining brightly.

Dr. Fang Miao Wins Stevie Award For Thought Leadership Of The Year - 2024 American Business Awards

Dr. Fang Miao, an author, educator, philanthropist, composer, and spiritual growth mentor,  is dedicated to nurturing social practitioners, young leaders, and entrepreneurs. During her acceptance speech and subsequent media interviews, Dr. Fang Miao urged society to embrace the vital responsibility of empowering women with self-awareness and wisdom for personal growth. She passionately asserted that every woman has the potential to become a leader and radiate her own unique brilliance.

In the world, women are often seen as vulnerable, and many have suffered discrimination and oppression because of this perception. However, in the natural world, women are the most powerful nurturers, capable of ensuring the continuation of all living beings. They are also the greatest carriers of legacy. We, as a global human community, should set aside biases, open our hearts, and cease attacking one another in order to collectively build a harmonious and beautiful world.

"Changing the human condition, speaking up for women." The Association for the Protection of Asian Women in America will continue to assist society as a whole and all women in breaking free from constraints, stepping into the light, and growing in a world filled with love. Living with the radiance of the sun. 

As we move forward, let us ensure that every woman's voice is heard and her potential is realized. By fostering environments where women can thrive, we contribute to the prosperity and advancement of society. Together, we can dismantle barriers and create a world where every woman is free to pursue her dreams and shine in her own right. 

Spiritual growth is the best protection for oneself. Let us stand united, with compassion and determination, to forge a future where respect and love prevail.

 

About The Association for the Protection of Asian Women in America

The Association for the Protection of Asian Women in America (PAWA) is a charitable organization in the United States aimed at providing assistance and services to the Asian American women community. The association is headquartered in Manhattan, New York. It enhances the self-protection awareness of Asian American women and raise social awareness of Asian American protection by offering free training, organizing charity and fundraising events. Furthermore, it provides financial support for Asian American women's protection activities on a global scale. Learn more about PAWA at http://www.pawaus.org. Connect PAWA at  info@pawaus.org.

 

About the Stevie Awards
Stevie Awards are conferred in nine programs: the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards, the German Stevie Awards, the Middle East & North Africa Stevie Awards, The American Business Awards, The International Business Awards, the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, the Stevie Awards for Great Employers, the Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service, and the new Stevie Awards for Technology Excellence. Stevie Awards competitions receive more than 12,000 entries each year from organizations in more than 70 nations. Honoring organizations of all types and sizes and the people behind them, the Stevies recognize outstanding performances in the workplace worldwide. 

 

Media Contact

Organization: The Association for the Protection of Asian Women in America

Contact Person: Genica Gao

Website: http://www.pawaus.org/

Email: Send Email

City: New York City

State: New York

Country:United States

Release id:13295

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