USPAACC is the oldest and largest national organization representing the Pan Asian American business and professional community in the United States.
Since its founding in the nation’s capital in 1984, USPAACC has developed connections and relationships with policy- and decision-makers in Congress, the Executive Branch, national trade associations, and think tanks. Our views on issues affecting the economy and international trade are often sought by legislators, researchers and representatives of the media.
USPAACC is just as strongly tied to the Asian American and minority business and professional communities throughout the nation; it has regional chapters in California, Texas, Georgia, Illinois, New York, and in Washington, DC-Maryland-Virginia in the National Capital area. Through this coast-to-coast network, the USPAACC team stays abreast of issues and opinions, both at the grassroots and national levels.
Meet and discuss with the nation’s lawmakers important and relevant issues that impact your business. Operating from our national headquarters in Washington, DC, USPAACC has easy access to Capitol Hill, where legislative briefings are held and our members’ concerns are regularly presented and discussed.
Susan Au Allen, USPAACC’s National President & CEO, testifies before U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship.