API Public Health Forum Part 2: Building a Continuum of Eldercare Services in the Bay Area

By khamachi

Professor Tseng’s Asian American Health class is hosting guest lecturer Anni Chung, as Part II of the Asian American & Asian Diaspora Studies Program’s Public Health Series.

Who: Anni Chung

When:  Tuesday, February 18, 2014, 4-5 PM

Where: 554 Barrows

Talk Title: Building a Continuum of Eldercare Services in the Bay Area

Speaker Bio: Anni Chung graduated from the School of Social Work at San Francisco State University and has been the President & CEO of Self-Help for the Elderly since 1981.  In 1997, she graduated from the Gallup Leadership institute and was a National Fellow with the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute (APAWLI).  She oversees and manages a community based organization that provides a comprehensive range of health, educational, social, and recreational services to over 35,000 seniors per year.

Self-Help for the Elderly started in San Francisco Chinatown in 1966, but has since expanded to over 500 staff serving seniors in five counties.  Besides her community involvement, Anni is the producer and host of a weekly public affairs program called “Chinese Journal” for KTSF-TV 26.

Please see the attached flyer for more details and if you have questions. We hope to see you there!