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FAPAC FOUNDING MEMBERS AND PAST CHAIRS/PRESIDENTS 


Stephen Thom

1985-1986


Blaine Tsugawa

1986-1988


Corazon Sandoval Foley

1988-1989


Vivian Kim

1989-1990


Robert Tsukayama

1990-1991


 

Azucena Vasquez

Founding Member

 

Judith Gilliom

Founding Member

  

Kaye Nitta Tockman

Founding Member


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).

PAST PRESIDENTS


Stephen Thom

1985-1986


Blaine Tsugawa

1986-1988


Corazon Sandoval Foley

1988-1989


Vivian Kim

1989-1990


Robert Tsukayama

1990-1991


Vi Baluyut

1991-1992


Ram Singh

1992-1993


Gloria M. Sundaresan

1993-1994

 

Sampath Krishnan 

1994-1995


Susie Wu

1995-1996

 

Tom Tsai

1996-1997

 

Sharon Wong

1997-1999


Mirza J (Mike) Maroof

1999-2001


Alexander Chan

2001-2003


Krupakar Revanna

2003-2004


Melinda Harris

10/1 -11/30/2004


Linda Tuazon Miller

2004-2006


Chau Le Williams

2006-2007


Charles Fan

2007-2008


Farook Sait

2008-2010


Capt Myles Esmele

10/1-12/31/2010


Kin Wong

2011-2014


Grace Spence

2014-2016


Olivia F. Adrian

2016-2020

FAPAC is a 501 (c)(3) nonpartisan, nonprofit organization representing the civilian and military Asian Pacific American (APA) employees in the Federal and District of Columbia governments.
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