On February 1, the Board of Directors of the Asian Chamber of Commerce (ACC) elected Clarence Low as President of the Chamber. He takes on all the duties of the role including business development, membership retention, community engagement and administrative responsibilities.
“The decision was unanimous,” said Lynn Sargent, ACC board member. “Clarence has proven his capabilities and passion for this position with all of the exemplary work he has done for the Chamber on a voluntary basis this past year.”
Clarence Low, a member of the ACC since 2007, is also President/CEO at Archipelago Web. In 2013, he received the Asian American Heroes of Colorado award. Low has a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from The University of California, Santa Cruz.
“I am honored to be elected to this position at the Asian Chamber of Commerce,” said Low.
“I look forward to continuing to build bridges within our community and forging new alliances with our partners – locally and internationally.”
The Asian Chamber of Commerce, a 501(c)6 promotes Asian-owned businesses and assists corporations, government agencies and universities in enhancing their diversity in procurement, project bids, employee candidate pools, customers and student populations.
The ACC’s membership is over 800 individual, small business, corporate and nonprofit members, and led by a volunteer board of directors comprising of 14 members that represent all Asian ethnicities and countries, as well as those interested in Asian business and cultures.
Please visit www.acccolorado.org to learn more about the Asian Chamber of Commerce.