SOURCE: Common ImpactDESCRIPTION:
In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Common Impact is spotlighting members of the AAPI community who are making a difference every day through their careers and social impact work.
Read our interview with Maria Kim, President & CEO of Cara Collective, a Chicago-based workforce development nonprofit that engages job seekers, employers, and organizations across the country to break the cycle of poverty through the power and purpose of employment. This year, Cara Collective celebrates its 30th anniversary and 7,300+ individuals placed in 11,500+ quality jobs since its founding in 1991.
Tweet me: Check out @CommonImpact's #AAPI Leadership Spotlight on @mariasusankim, President & CEO of workforce development nonprofit @CaraChicago! #AAPIHeritageMonth #AAPI #womeninleadership https://bit.ly/2R9o9Jg
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