Duc Nguyen Abrahamson
Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC)
Duc Nguyen Abrahamson (She/Her), Executive Director at Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC)
As the Executive Director, Abrahamson acts as the spokesperson for APACC, manages and evaluates programs and activities, provides leadership to the board and staff, allocates necessary resources, and develops organizational policy and programs.
Abrahamson has created strategic programs and fundraised in nonprofits since 2006. Before joining APACC, Abrahamson worked with Wayne State University, Walsh College, HAVEN, The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan (formerly Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan), and the Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan. She obtained her BA in Psychology from Wayne State University.
Abrahamson is a member of the Board of Advisors for Corp! Magazine and the Inclusion Allies Coalition Advocacy Committee, focused on being a visible and vocal advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion globally.
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