Wednesday, June 13,, 2018


Finance of America Mortgage

14726 Ramona Ave, Suite 300 (3rd Floor)

Chino, CA 91710


Remarks by SERT Ministries, Dr. Michael Schmitt and Miss Orange County

Our events are free of charge with an RSVP required for attendance.

Dinner and beverages will be provided.


About the Event: The Asian Industry B2B cordially invites business leaders to attend our upcoming monthly mixer, a special forum dedicated to the cause of human trafficking, in tribute to Safety month. This event will feature SERT Ministries, which does innovative work in their approach to combating the sex trade, and Dr. Michael Schmitt, congressional envoy in Iraq, who saved many lives from trafficking during war. There will also be a special appearance from Woman of Achievement Miss Orange County, Sequoia Sierra. The food and venue sponsor this month is Finance of America Mortgage, with special thanks to Chino Hills branch manager, Christine Shin.


The monthly mixer has a consistent attendance of between 50 and 200  firms and professionals. In May over 125 people came to hear the 39th Congressional District debates, featuring the three leading pro-business candidates, Bob Huff, Young Kim and Shawn Nelson. The AIB2B March Mixer, sponsored by Wells Fargo, featured co-founder of East West Bank, Betty Tom Chu, and attracted almost 200 people. Those in attendance  include influential political and community leaders.


About Asian Industry B2B (AIB2B): AIB was founded by community leader,  Marc Ang, for businesses and professionals in the east San Gabriel Valley to gather once a month, every second Wednesday. The mission is to build an intimate network of quality professionals engaged in charity, cultural and political activities, to foster meaningful collaborations, enrich business owners’ lives and support a platform to elevate the Asian American community through local business leaders.


For more information, to RSVP, or to learn about the organization and/or sponsorship opportunities, please contact founder/president, Marc Ang at or visit http;//

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