TIMBG

Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group

"The purpose of diversity and why it actually matters - A visit with Dr. Ming Wang provides some practical perspectives for progress and prosperity", by Ryan W. Hirsch, The CONNECT Magazine | Winter 2017.

 

Dr. Ming Wang's Tennessean article Wed 1/27/16: China slowdown's effects on U.S. are limited.

This period of transition will ultimately bring a more modern, consumer-oriented Chinese economy.

We welcome comment on this story today on Tennessean.com: http://tnne.ws/1RO6uyE

For a hardcopy of Wang Vision 3D Cataract and LASIK Center, click here.

 

Tennessean article by Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD (laser physics):

“We can make America great again”.

(copy and paste into browser window to see)

http://www.tennessean.com/story/opinion/contributors/2016/04/04/self-improvement-compassion-can-make-america-great/82482340/

October 2014,12th TIMBG meeting

Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group 
invites you to attend a presentation by the
Nashville Mayor’s Office of the New Americans(MONA)
and Office of Innovation

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Ms. Shanna Singh Hughey
Director of MONA  
Mr. Yiaway Yeh
Co-Director, Office of Innovation

Tuesday October 28, Global Mall Event Center

                              5252 Hickory Hollow Pkwy, Nashville, TN
                            RSVP: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In April 2013 Mayor Karl Dean announced the creation of a new Office of Innovation, designed to capture the entrepreneurial and creative energy of Nashville and make Metro Government more transparent, efficient and responsive. The Office was to be a partnership with the Office of Economic and Community Development on business recruitment and job creation efforts. Mr.Yiaway Yeh, former Mayor of Palo Alto, California, was named as Co-Director of the office.

On September 22, 2014, Mayor Dean created the Mayor’s Office of New Americans, or MONA, tasked with involving immigrants in local government, expanding economic and educational opportunities and creating partnerships between Metro and community organizations. Dean has backed a series of initiatives to make the city more welcoming to the international newcomers who have accounted for more than half of the city’s population growth in the past decade. Dean named senior adviser Shanna Singh Hughey to the director’s role. Her father was a refugee from Pakistan to India in 1947 before moving to the U.S. in the 1970s.

In August, Dean signed an agreement with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to turn five libraries and four community centers in Nashville into information hubs for legal permanent residents interested in gaining citizenship. Nashville became just the third city in that program, the Pathway for New Americans, along with Chicago and Los Angeles. The new office will also take its cues from the mayor’sNew Americans Advisory Council, formed in 2009 to involve refugees and immigrants in city decisions. The Council is comprised of leaders from Nashville's refugee and immigrant communities and fosters a link with Metro Government. 
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TIMBG was founded by Drs. Ming Wang and Galen Hull in September 2013 to promote communication and interaction among immigrant and minority business owners through a series of monthly seminars. For further information see www.timbg.org and www.diversecutluralevents.com.

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