Harvardwood & H4A Present: A Networking Breakfast with Amy Chu MBA '99

March 30, 2019 at 9:00am - 10:30am
Mix Restaurant at the Hilton Hotel
777 W Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
United States
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Harvardwood and the Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance (H4A) are teaming up to co-host a networking breakfast with comic writer Amy Chu MBA '99! She will kindly be giving out new Green Hornet and KISS comics as well! All are welcome to attend, but please RSVP below so that we have an accurate headcount for the restaurant reservation.

Registration is $35 for Harvardwood or H4A members // $45 for all others. Registration covers the breakfast buffet for each attendee, plus tax and tip.

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you with Amy in Anaheim!

Amy Chu MBA '99
(Poison IvyRed SonjaWonder Woman)

Amy Chu is a popular comics writer and graphic novelist. She has worked for Marvel and DC writing well-known characters such as Deadpool, Ant-Man, Wonder Woman, and Poison Ivy. Her runs on the classic titles Green Hornet, Red Sonja, and Dejah Thoris: Princess of Mars were critically acclaimed and well received by fans.  For rock and rap icons KISS and DMC, she created new universes and storylines inspired by their music. She has also written two children's graphic novels: Ana & the Cosmic Race, a space adventure published by Papercutz, and Sea Sirens, a mermaid tale from Viking Press available June, 2019.   She holds degrees from Wellesley College, MIT and Harvard University, and is a fan of coffee, whiskey, Lego, and women in STEM.

20th.pngNow celebrating our 20th year, Harvardwood is a nonprofit organization for members of the Harvard University community who believe in the power and purpose of the arts, media and entertainment. By providing professional resources and service opportunities, Harvardwood strives to utilize the creativity and leadership of our diverse members as forces for positive social change.

h4a.jpgHAAAA seeks to develop a network and a sense of community and support among Asian-American and Asian alumni globally, to provide an outlet for the expression of our shared culture and experience, to support the larger Harvard Asian community and to represent our concerns at the University and beyond. 

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