2023 Gold Futures Challenge
OFFICIAL RULES

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. NO ENTRY FEE.

COMMON TERMS USED IN THESE RULES: These are the official rules (“Official Rules”) that govern how the Gold Futures Challenge Grants Challenge will operate (“Contest”). In these rules, “we,” “our,” and “us” refer to Asian American Futures (“AAF”) and Gold House (“GH” and together with AAF, “Gold Futures Challenge”) and any other agents or affiliate organizations acting on our behalf in conjunction with this Contest. The “Applicant” refers to organization submitting applications as described below in addition to individuals submitting applications or otherwise representing Applicants in conjunction with this Contest.

BY PARTICIPATING IN THE CONTEST, THE APPLICANT BECOMES A PARTICIPANT AND AGREES TO THESE RULES AS WELL AS OTHER APPLICABLE TERMS AND THE PRIVACY POLICY AVAILABLE AT WWW.GOLDFUTURESCHALLENGE.ORG OR OTHERWISE COMMUNICATED TO APPLICANTS. IN ADDITION, THE APPLICANT UNDERSTANDS AND AGREE THAT THE APPLICANT’S APPLICATION AND PERSONAL OR ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED FROM THE APPLICANT MAY BE STORED BY GOLD FUTURES CHALLENGE AND THAT THE APPLICANT MAY BE CONTACTED IN CONNECTION WITH THIS CONTEST OR RELATED EFFORTS  BY GH, AAF, OR OTHER AFFILIATED ENTITIES. PARTICIPATION IN THE CONTEST CONSTITUTES THE APPLICANT’S FULL AND UNCONDITIONAL AGREEMENT TO AND ACCEPTANCE OF THESE OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS (“OFFICIAL RULES”).

Diana Hwang

Founder/Executive Director, Asian American Women's Political Initiative (AAWPI)

Diana is the Founder/Executive Director of the Asian American Women’s Political Initiative (AAWPI), the country’s only political leadership organization for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women. In 2020, Diana was the first National Political and Organizing Director for She the People, a national network of women of color working to transform our democracy.
Diana was profiled as “one of Boston’s most powerful thought leaders” in Boston Magazine for her work and has been a featured speaker at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. and at several colleges, including Wellesley College, Northeastern University, Dartmouth College and Salem State University where she gave the annual convocation address.
Diana was a former candidate for the Massachusetts State Senate. She carried the city of Boston and outraised her seven opponents in the race. Diana graduated from Dartmouth College and Columbia Business School.

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