Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission

The Michigan Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission's (MAPAAC) vision is to be an exemplary commission by adding public value to the State of Michigan and the APA community, by fully engaging APAs across the state.
The commission consists of 21 members appointed by the Governor, subject to the advice and consent of the Senate. Each member of the commission should have a specific interest or expertise in Asian or Pacific American concerns.
 
 

Statute

 
 

Contact Information

 
Email: mapaac@michigan.gov
Phone: 517-648-4942
 

Members

 
Anthony Chang, Grand Rapids
Term expires 11/30/20
 
Wei-Chein (Sharon) Dow, Rochester Hills
Term expires 11/30/20
 
Asim Alavi, Ann Arbor
Term expires 11/30/20
 
Kavy Lenon, West Olive
Term expires 11/30/20 
 
Ryan Rosario, Rochester Hills
Term expires 11/30/21
 
Hoa Dinh, Shelby Township
Term expires 11/30/21
 
Adi Sathi, Novi
Term expires 11/30/21
 
Chandragupta Acharya, Canton
Term expires 11/30/21
 
Suchiraphon McKeithen-Polish, Sterling Heights
Term expires 11/30/21

Angela Wang, Fenton
Term expires 11/30/22

David Han, Plymouth
Term expires 11/30/22

Grace Lee, Bloomfield Hills
Term expires 11/30/22

Joe Tasma, Livonia
Term expires 11/30/22
 
Leena Mangrulkar, Ann Arbor
Term expires 11/30/22
  
Reginald Pacis, Ferndale
Term expires 11/30/22
Mehruba Akhtar, Warren
Term expires 11/30/23
 
Toshiki Masaki, Canton - Chair
Term expires 11/30/23
 
Ayesha Ghazi Edwin, Ann Arbor
Term expires 11/30/23
 
Amina Iqbal, Canton
Term expires 11/30/23
 
Ramesh Kumar Palepu, Grosse Pointe Farms
Term expires 11/30/23
 
Soma Sekhar Suryadevara, Novi
Term expires 11/30/23