FAPAC FOUNDING MEMBERS AND PAST CHAIRS/PRESIDENTS
The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) was founded in 1985 by eight Federal Government employees, six of whom are Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) for the purpose of planning and implementing an interagency training program for APAs. The founding members are: Stephen Thom (DEd), Blaine Tsugawa (DOC), Corazon Foley (State Dept.), Vivian Kim (DHHS), Robert Tsukayama (State Dept.), Kaye Nitta Tockman (DHHS), Azucena Vasquez (USIA) and Judith Gilliom (DoD).