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Press Release 
For Immediate Release:
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Contact: Aaron McLear
Brittany Chord

Gov. Schwarzenegger Appoints Five Members to Asian and Pacific Islander American Affairs Commission

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today announced the appointments of Kim-Yen Huynh, Catherine ‘Ofa Mann, Mimi Song, Andrew Wong and Blong Xiong as members to the Asian and Pacific Islander American Affairs Commission. Additionally, the Governor proclaimed May 2008 as Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month to acknowledge the significant cultural contributions Americans of Asian Pacific Islander descent have made to California.

“Asian Pacific Islander Americans have contributed countless traditions and customs to our great state that have forever enhanced our culture and way of life. I encourage all Californians to celebrate Asian Pacific Islander heritage and honor its profound influence on our state and nation,” said Governor Schwarzenegger. “I know the people appointed today will work to preserve and advance the interests of all Asian Pacific Islander Americans.”

Huynh, 59, of Westminster , has served as senior vice president of marketing for the First Vietnamese American Bank since 2005.

From 1999 to 2005, she served as first vice president at Center Bank in Garden Grove . Huynh served as assistant vice president and assistant branch manager of Cathay Bank in Westminster from 1991 to 2000 and, from 1980 to 1991, she served as assistant vice president and assistant branch manager at Sanwa Bank in Westminster . 

Huynh founded and currently serves as president of the Asian American Business Women Association. She is a member and past president of the board of directors for the Vietnamese-American Chamber of Commerce in Orange County . Huynh is also vice president for the Vietnamese American Medical Institute, advisor to the General Development of the World Martial Arts and founded and serves as a member of the Orange County Presidents Council Board of Directors. Huynh is registered decline-to-state.

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