National CAPACD is pleased to invite you to the 2018 Building CAPACD Convention on June 18-20th in Atlanta, GA. Each year, hundreds of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations and our allies from across the country convene for our annual Building CAPACD Convention, one of the largest gatherings of community development practitioners, community organizers, policymakers, and private sector partners.

This year, we are thrilled to host our Building CAPACD Convention in Atlanta and highlight the work of AAPI organizations and their partners in the South. From Dallas to Charlotte, the AAPI population grew by 66% from 2000 to 2010, the fastest growing racial group in the South. Our convening offers 3 days of plenaries, workshops, and networking opportunities in which we hope to explore and better understand the unique challenges and opportunities that exist in the South this year. In addition, we will share strategies and best practices, honor the history and civil rights activism rooted in Atlanta, and continue to build our coalition around our common goals of racial and economic justice. We hope you will join us for this historic event!

More details on the Convention


We are excited to offer childcare for all three days of the event with a suggested donation of $100 total per child. If you are interested, please email nationalcapacd@apexmeetings.com with their name(s) and age(s). We will confirm whether or not we have a spot reserved for you. 

For questions

  • about the Convention, call National CAPACD at 202.223.2442
  • about registration, call APEX Meetings at 703.579.1496
  • for hotel reservations,



June 18, 2018 To June 20, 2018

Address :
Crowne Plaza Atlanta - Midtown
590 West Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30308

About National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development

National CAPACD is a coalition of more than 100 community based organizations spanning 21 states and the Pacific Islands. Collectively the coalition improves the lives of over two-million Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) who live in poverty by providing voice, tools, and shared knowledge to drive change.