Lunar New Year Luncheon


Career Development

Charles Vogl Workshop

Unifying San Francisco's government employees

In celebrating the diversity of our Asian American employees, we host our signature CAAGE Lunar New Year luncheon, a networking event featuring local leaders, sponsors, and high-profile leaders.

1st Wednesday of Each Month 

Noon to 1:00 PM  @ City Hall

Room location will be send out prior to each meeting.

Everyone is welcome! If you're interested in joining us, please contact us.



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to become a leader, build a career, & strengthen your network

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Leadership Development

We foster a community that connects Asian and minority professionals with opportunities at various government agencies to advance your career.

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We are building visibility and awareness while celebrating the diversity of our Asian Pacific American government employees in the City and County of San Francisco.

The Coalition of Asian American Government Employees (CAAGE) is a volunteer organization that aims to promote diversity and goodwill by organizing Asian cultural programs for local, statewide, and federal employees in the public sector in San Francisco. We also support career development through informative workshops, encourage greater camaraderie and collaboration between agencies, and fund raise for Asian community organizations.

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Friday, February 23, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1 PM​

New Asia Restaurant, 772 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco

RSVP here by Monday, February 12, 2018

Hope you can join us to welcome the Year of the Dog at one of the biggest lunar new year event in the City! We're also selling raffle tickets to support the Cameron House and SF Unified Lions Club.

Table: $888 Corporate Platinum; $450 Golden Sponsor

Individual: $35 Standard; $30 CAAGE Member

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Living in one of the loneliest generations in recent history has increased the importance and need to build community around us for support, according to Charles Vogl, author of “The Art of Community”. At our workshop on 9/13, attendees learned the essential lessons and tips on cultivating a strong team, collaborating across divisions, and building a circle of support both inside and outside of work. Overall, participants enjoyed the combination of storytelling and interactive activities. Ashley Cheng, President of CAAGE, appreciated how the event brought together the different branches and levels of government and aroused comradery among them.  During challenging times, the circle of support will prepare us to be resilient. 

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Coalition of Asian American Government Employees (CAAGE)