2008 Outstanding 50 Asian American in Business Award Gala

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Every year the award committee selects a well-known person as the Outstanding 50 event featured speaker. Please scroll down for information about our previous featured speakers.

  • Anthony D. Weiner
    Anthony D. Weiner
    Congressman
Anthony D. Weiner
Congressman

Son of a public school teacher, treatment born and raised in Brooklyn, shop and now a Queens resident, help Anthony Weiner knows the challenges most families face, and has worked hard to make sure that all New Yorkers get their chance at a better life. In his years in the City Council, Weiner has gained a reputation as a thoughtful fighter for New York’s neighborhoods. He initiated programs to tackle quality of life concerns, and spearheaded development plans for historic Sheepshead Bay that led to a revival of the area. And when supermarkets began leaving the neighborhood, Weiner worked night and day to reverse the trend.

He also won much recognition for his efforts as the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Public Housing, where on behalf of New York’s most underserved and underrepresented citizens, he fought to increase federal funding for Public Housing, and on numerous occasions succeeded on a city-wide level in making public housing safer.

Elected to congress in 1998,Weiner became a congressman for the district that includes Brooklyn and Queens. He currently sits on the Energy and Commerce Committee, which has the largest jurisdiction in the U.S. House; overseeing telecommunications, public health, air quality and environmental protection, the nation’s energy policy, and interstate and foreign commerce. He also serves on the Judiciary Committee and as a part of the Democratic leadership team.

Weiner’s efforts have brought millions of dollars home to New York City to restore our city’s parks and beaches, to improve the collection of DNA to solve crimes against women, to fund programs for the developmentally disabled, to fund for additional police officers, to improve pedestrian safety, to bring ferry transportation to more New Yorkers, and to even clean graffiti.

Outstanding 50 Award Recipients

2008 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award Recipients are listed below.

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