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Established in 1986, The Asian Chamber of Commerce (ACC), formerly known as the Pacific and Asian Chamber of Commerce of Nevada was formed to serve and represent the professional and business interests of Nevada’s growing Asian Pacific Americans. ACC, a non-profit corporation, was founded with the primary goal of economic growth for its membership. Our goal is to become a major forum and significant economic force in bringing about political, social, and economic party for Nevada’s Asian Pacific American community. The ACC is a conduit of business opportunities and a broker of information and resources for Asian-Pacific American entrepreneurs. Membership is open to any business or individual subscribing to our goals and objectives.



Meet Our Members

Students First CSN
Angel Clemens

Angel Clemens

1. How long have you been a member of the Asian Chamber of Commerce?
I am a new member of the LVACC on behalf of CSN (College of Southern Nevada).


2. Why did you join the Asian Chamber of Commerce? Any expectations?
I am a member of the Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Committee at CSN with the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Office, formerly a Co-Chair and currently the Secretary. My goal is to support all the CSN AAPI student population and community at large to gain more representation and support them to excel academically, be job ready and network with other AAPI in the community, statewide and nationwide. I am a pacific islander with a Hawaiian culture and tradition. My parents are from Hawaii with my ancestors from the Philippines and I am proud to be of AAPI. I want to give back to the young and future generations. I am not sure what expectations there are but I sure would like to be of support for AAPI community businesses and professionals and share it with CSN AAPI student graduates with opportunities in their career pursuit. On behalf of CSN , make a difference for the AAPI.


3. What committee do you currently volunteer with?
CSN AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Committee) CSN Women’s Alliance, CSN Latino Alliance, member of APALA Nevada Chapter, CSN One Book, One College


4. What is your current occupation?
Administrative Assistant III/Faculty E-Alert Administrator for CSN Centers for Academic Success


5. What do you do at [Company] and what circumstances would I come to you for something?.
I support the Director and Coordinator at CSN Centers for Academic Success, and all CSN departments with anything they need help with. As a Faculty E-Alert Administrator, I support faculty members with their students in need of help. I am a Notary Officer for CSN Henderson Campus and the community at large. If you have any questions relating to CSN services, Notary services, or committee information you can contact me by phone or email.


6. What lead you to this career?
My college education started at CSN in AA Deaf Studies, BA in Public Administration in Law Enforcement with a minor in Psychology, continuing on the a MA in Public Administration in Law Enforcement. My career goal is to serve the Las Vegas Valley and the AAPI Community at large.


7. What is one thing most people don’t know about you?
That I am Hard of Hearing. It is a personal thing about me, but I am not shy to share it. I am not that severe but sometimes I do miss some things being said so I require a repeat. Especially nowadays when everyone is wearing a mask, it can be challenging. 😊


8. What is your favorite sport to watch, and which team do you root for?
Volleyball, I root for USA team in Olympics, I use to root loudly for my daughter’s team in High School. I miss that so much. I also watch NFL Dolphins, Packers, and the Raiders. I am a die-hard fan.


9. What would we most likely find you doing on the weekend?
Walking and running my dog Apollo at the park, homework and reading emails to catch up for the week, shopping, and attending events that mean a lot to me such as the Hawaiian Festival, Asian Pacific Islander Festival, Chinese New Year Festival and Parade, anything that is happening during the weekend. Otherwise relaxing at home.


10. If you could choose a superpower, what would it be? Why?
It would be amazing to have the Chi Manipulation Superpower because human life have the needs to take care of their mind body and soul, they can use self-healing, superhuman strength and pain resistance. With Chi we can maintain serenity and positive energy.


11. What is your favorite place to eat around here?
Sea Salt on Bermuda and Silverado Ranch. It is a fantastic sushi restaurant.


12. What is your favorite Asian Restaurant in Las Vegas?
The Golden Pot/Pho Saigon 8


13. What is your favorite TV show or movie?
Shogun, The Last Samarai, Memoir of a Geisha, Crazy Rich Asian, too many to name just one.





  • Success City Online
  • Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
  • JEG Law Ltd.
  • Don’t Tell Mama – Piano Bar
  • First Med Health & Wellness
  • Cooper Levenson Attorney at Law
  • Mutual of Omaha Bank
  • Workforce Connections
  • Family Education and Empowerment Foundation Inc.
  • Prism Solution Inc
  • Children Discovery Museum 
  • Gold Coast Promotions
  • McDonald’s Restaurant
  • Westwood Eye
  • Zooo Inc
  • Paylocity Corporation
  • Lee Comet Cleaners
  • Nevada System of Higher Education
  • Western Governor’s University
  • Tatjana’s Hair Salon
  • Jenny Legal 
  • Molina Healthcare
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Berkshire Hathaway Home Service Nevada Property
  • Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin LLP
  • DeVry University
  • Nevada Skilled Nursing Development LLC
  • Affinity Gaming
  • River Law Group Prof. LLC
  • Mys Firm


  • Jackie Zhang, CPA- Rubin Brown
  • Dr. Ga Geong Lee – Sunny Health Direct Primary Care
  • Rachel Gomez Autry – Paychex/Autry & Associates INC
  • Joseph Lloren – Law office of Joseph R. Lloren
  • Maricar Andrade – Andrade Law LLC
  • Jennifer Borja – Borja Law LLC
  • Suan Tan – Premier Trust Company
  • Veronica Yamagata – Entercom Las Vegas
  • Mike Sison – Art of Medicare
  • Ernesto Bendicion – Landbank Realty and Property
  • Bita Yeager – Eighth Judicial District Court.
  • Millie Armas – Delacruz-Nevada Medicare Plans
  • Henley Fong – Galleria Dental
  • Jenny Zhaoxia Li – North America 888 Real Estate Investment LLP
  • Evan Campbell – OSITA Brand
  • William Wong Jr.– Junk Monkeyz,LLC
  • Ryan McMahon, CEO – Elite Custom Adventures
  • Lorraine A. Morante – A Great Deed
  • Pok Sun – Yang-United Taekwondo Center
  • Stephen M Rice – Rice Ruther Sullivan & Carroll LLP
  • Rodney K. Okano – Rodney k Okano, ESQ. Law Office
  • Kathleen Blakely – Honorary Consulate of Japan in Las Vegas
  • Helen Zhang – Precision Castparts Corp.
  • Joyce Lee – Lee Accounting Services
  • Jing Zhao – Weide & Miller Ltd.
  • Goodwill of Southern Nevada – Non-Profit
  • Danielle K. Pieper – Chief Deputy District Attorney
  • Kerry Ng – Addicted Realty
  • Judith R. Fleishman – Cano Health
  • Karen Smith – Power West Properties
  • Kurt Ouchida – Braintrust Agency
  • Shannon Yang – China Town Vegas/Female of Influence/Shang Media



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