CAMC

Dear Amy:

 

Season's Greetings


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Thank you for your note.


  1. Would you name each of "[e]mployees of the Office of Public Liaison"?

  2. Would you name each of "[e]mployees of the Office of Public Liaison"?

  1. Why "Not at this time"?

  2. This is also to request that any and all correspondence between this office and yours be submitted to next Commission meetings' agenda and become part of minutes.

  3. It seems that you have been failing to respond to the queries and that your responsibility as such may have been willfully deserted and dodged. Hence, please do know that this trail of correspondence with you will be posted, inter alia, on the CAMC website as a matter of record.


    Your prompt attention will be obliged. Thank you and regards,

    Sang Joo Kim Chairman

    CAMC (Council for America My Country*: *"A Korean American community action group, The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 20, 1999)

    www.camcinc.org

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    Kiyota, Amy wrote:

    1. Employees of the Office of Public Liaison.

    2. Employees of the Office of Public Liaison.

    3. You may find this information online.

    4. Not at this time.


Thank you, Amy


Amy Kiyota | Executive Director

Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs 200 S. Broad St., FL 11 | Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: 215.560.2640 | Fax: 215.560.3458


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From: CAMC [mailto:CAMC@CAMCINC.ORG]

Sent: Friday, September 28, 2012 1:14 AM

To: Kiyota, Amy

Cc: CAMC

 


Subject: Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs


CAMC


Dear Amy:

Season's Greetings


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Thank you for your note.


  1. Would you name who specifically conducted "a rigorous vetting process" beside "conversations with" yourself?

  2. Who are "we" who "evaluated folks ..."?

  3. Would you make available an official email address and a phone number of "Luke Bernstein"?

  4. Would you make available minutes of the Commission meetings while "the website is currently under construction"?


Your prompt attention will be obliged. Thank you and regards,

Sang Joo Kim Chairman

CAMC (Council for America My Country*: *"A Korean American community action group, The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 20, 1999)

www.camcinc.org

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Kiyota, Amy wrote:


Dear Mr. Kim,


Although I am enjoying these conversations, I wonder- why are you asking all of these questions? It seems like you have something on your mind and instead of entertaining a long string of emails with various questions, it might be better to be direct about your concerns.


The Office of Public Liaison and the Governorís Office in Harrisburg.

Although there was not a rubric/point system of evaluation, we evaluated folks on the following categories: community leadership/impact, diversity of constituency/audience, & diversity of profession. We were looking to find a balance across many different communities as the Commission is ADVISORY in nature and we need to ensure that the diverse range of our community is represented.

Luke Bernstein.

As of today, the website is currently under construction and the minutes have not been posted.


Best wishes, Amy


Amy Kiyota | Executive Director

 

 

Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs 200 S. Broad St., FL 11 | Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: 215.560.2640 | Fax: 215.560.3458


PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATION

The information transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to whom it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any use of this information other than by the intended recipient is prohibited. If you receive this message in error, please send a reply e-mail to the sender and delete the material from any and all computers. Unintended transmissions shall not constitute waiver of the attorney-client or any other privilege.


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From: CAMC [mailto:CAMC@CAMCINC.ORG]

Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 12:38 AM

To: Kiyota, Amy

Cc: CAMC

Subject: Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs


CAMC


Dear Amy:

Season's Greetings


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Thank you for your note.


  1. Who conducted "a rigorous vetting process" beside "conversations with" yourself?

  2. How did you evaluate "all of the candidates with the highest standards" in the absence of "a developed rubric"?

  3. Who is your superior?

  4. Would you make available minutes of the Commission meetings? Your prompt attention will be obliged.

Thank you and regards,


Sang Joo Kim Chairman

CAMC (Council for America My Country*: *"A Korean American community action group, The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 20, 1999)

www.camcinc.org

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Kiyota, Amy wrote:


Dear Mr. Kim,


You would be correct in deducing that there are some Commissioners who served on the previous administrationís Commission that continue to serve on the current Commission. As for selection, there is a rigorous vetting process to candidate selection including conversations with myself. Although there is not a developed rubric, we evaluated all of the candidates with the highest standards.

 

 


Thanks, Amy


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From: CAMC [mailto:CAMC@CAMCINC.ORG]

Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 2:11 PM

To: Kiyota, Amy

Cc: CAMC

Subject: Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs


CAMC


Dear Amy:


Thank you for the list.

Season's Greetings


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It appears prima facie that at least two persons+ who served the Rendell administration (8 years) are serving again

the incumbent administration and one of them is a member of the Korean-American community.


+ Adam Kim Drake Nakaishi


Would you be kind to make available a procedure by which each member of the current Commission was selected?


Your prompt attention will be obliged.


Thank you and regards, Sang Joo Kim Chairman

CAMC (Council for America My Country*: *"A Korean American community action group, The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 20, 1999)

www.camcinc.org

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Kiyota, Amy wrote:


Dear Chairman Kim,

The Commission was started under the Rendell administration and has only been around for about 8 years. Here is the list of the past Commissioners:

Manny Alan

Dog Chen Michael Choi PJ Dhillon

Glenn Hing, Esq. Adam Kim

Bao Ming Li George Mathews Truong Phuong Narasimha Shenoy Dr. Grace Shu Andy Toy

Julie Wong

Chris Yau Choy Young Drake Nakaishi


Best,

Amy


Amy Kiyota | Executive Director

Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs 200 S. Broad St., FL 11 | Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: 215.560.2640 | Fax: 215.560.3458


PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATION

The information transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to whom it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any use of this information other than by the intended recipient is prohibited. If you receive this message in error, please send a reply e-mail to the sender and delete the material from any and all computers. Unintended transmissions shall not constitute waiver of the attorney-client or any other privilege.


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From: CAMC [mailto:CAMC@CAMCINC.ORG]

Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 12:35 AM

To: Kiyota, Amy

Cc: CAMC

Subject: Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs


CAMC


Dear Amy:


Thank you for the material.

Season's Greetings


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Would you be kind to make available list of incumbent Commissioners who also served previously (i.e., Rendell administration,

Ridge administration) Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs? Your prompt attention will be obliged.

Thank you and regards, Sang Joo Kim

 

 

Chairman

CAMC (Council for America My Country*: *"A Korean American community action group, The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 20, 1999)

www.camcinc.org

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Kiyota, Amy wrote:


Dear Chairman Kim,


I hope this message finds you well. Please see the attached document for the press release announcing the commissioners.

If there is any additional information that you need, please donít hesitate to contact me. Best,

Amy


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From: CAMC [mailto:CAMC@CAMCINC.ORG]

Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2012 11:46 AM

To: Kiyota, Amy

Cc: CAMC; CAMC

Subject: Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs


CAMC

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Amy Kiyota Executive Director

Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs Office of the Governor

200 S Broad Street 11th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102


Dear Amy:


This is to request you to make available list of current roster of Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs.


Your prompt attention will be obliged. Thank you and regards,

 

 

Sang Joo Kim Chairman

CAMC (Council for America My Country*: *"A Korean American community action group, The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 20, 1999)

www.camcinc.org