Theresa Pan Hosley will be honored at the Greater Tacoma Peace Prize (GTPP) annual Laureate Recognition Banquet on Sept. 22 at Pacific Lutheran University. Hosley, a Taiwan native, was nominated by the World Affairs Council (WAC) of Tacoma “for her initiative, persistence, and long-term leadership of Tacoma’s Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation.” She has been the […]
On Aug. 7, The Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce held a luncheon at New Hong Kong Restaurant to discuss the topic: Is Politics Good for Business? Julien Loh, Theresa Pan Hosley, Phillip Sit, Michael Itti talked about how they got into politics and gave insights on the benefits or drawbacks to businesses. (end)
Theresa Pan Hosley, along with Director of Peace Corps Carolyn Hessler-Radelet, and WA Supreme Court Justice Steven González, will be recognized and be awarded the degree Doctor of Humane letters. <!–more–> Pan Hosley has served the Tacoma community for more than 20 years. With a commitment to inclusiveness, Pan Hosley founded and continues to lead […]
In October, Tacoma remembered the Chinese who were ordered to leave the city in 1885, after they had finished building a portion of the Northern Pacific Railroad line.
Whether serving the Pike Place Market Foundation in caring for the Pike Place neighborhood in Seattle or on the board of Bates Technical College