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The Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame was established in 1995 to honor an alumni through each of Stanford's four ethnic community centers: Asian American Activities Center, Black Community Services Center, El Centro Chicano y Latino; and Native American Cultural Center. Each alumni is recognized for their distinguished service to their communities and society at large Since then, 

Each year the award is presented by the community centers at a ceremony and reception during Reunion Homecoming Weekend sponsored by the Stanford Alumni Association. Below are the inductees on behalf of the Asian American Activities Center: Full bios can be found on the Alumni Association’s website.


Aly Kassam-Remtulla '98

Chief International Officer - Princeton University

Aly Kassam−Remtulla is the Chief International Officer of Princeton University, where he leads a team of 270 professionals that champions global engagement; advocates for international students and scholars; and oversees the university’s global footprint including a 50,000-acre campus in Kenya.  He is a faculty academic advisor for undergraduates and teaches a seminar on Muslims in the United States.

Prior to Princeton, Aly was a Program Officer at the MacArthur Foundation in Chicago.  Earlier he worked for an investment bank, on two political campaigns, and as a leadership consultant. 

Aly is the chair of the board of the United World College-USA and a trustee of Allegheny College.  For twelve years, he served on the board of the national ACLU.  He is also a devoted Stanford volunteer through service on the boards of the Stanford Alumni Association and the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.  For contributions to his alma mater, he has received several accolades including the Governors’ Award.

Aly was born in Kenya and raised in Canada.  He graduated from Stanford and completed his doctorate at Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar.  His commentary has appeared in Stanford Magazine, WIRED, the Chicago Tribune, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.


Linda Youa Lee '07

Associate Director, Chinese Progressive Association - San Francisco


Mae Lee '92, MA ’93

Chair of Asian American & Asian Studies and Faculty of Ethnic Studies at De Anza College 


Srinija Srinivasan '93

Stanford Board of Trustees and Co-Founder of Loove


Kris Hayashi '97

Executive Director, Transgender Law Center


Goodwin H. Liu, '91

Associate Justice, California Supreme Court


Sylvia Yee, '70, MA '83, EDS '87, PhD '88

Vice President of Programs, Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund


Emory Lee '59, MA '64

Retired Executive Officer and former Acting Regional Director, Office of the Regional Director, Region IX, US Department of Health and Human Services and Chair of the CSRE Advisory Board


Premal Shah, '98

Founder and President of


Juju Chang, ‘87

Emmy Award-winning correspondent for ABC New’s Nightline


Bernadine Chuck Fong, ‘66, MA ‘68, PhD ‘83

Senior managing partner for the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; president emerita of Foothill College in Los Altos Hills


Kathy Lim Ko, ‘80

President and chief executive officer of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF)


David Henry Hwang, ‘79

Award winning playwright


Henry Der, ‘68, MA ‘00

Senior Programs Officer for the Four Freedoms Fund. Mr. Der worked at San Francisco-based Chinese for Affirmative Action for nearly 25 years, serving as its executive director for many years.


George Leong, ‘46, MA ‘47, PhD ‘51

President, GFL-en Consultants, a company which advises major pharmaceutical firms around the world


Quyen N.Vuong, MBA ‘94

Co-founder and executive director of International Children Assistance Network (ICAN)


Connie L. Matsui, ‘75, MBA ‘77

Executive vice president, corporate strategy and communications for Biogen Idec Inc., the third largest company in the biotech industry


Wilma Chan, MA ‘94

Elected to the California State Assembly in 2000, she is an outspoken advocate of children and their families and the first Asian American to hold the position of Assembly Majority Leader.


Dado Banatao, MS ‘72

Developed advanced chip designs that helped put Silicon Valley on the map


Glen Fukushima, ‘72

Leads the Japan operations of Cadence Design Systems

Sakie Fukushima, MBA ‘87

A partner in and Regional Director for the Japanese firm, Korn/Ferry International


Jerry Yang, ‘90, MS ‘90

Co-creator of the Yahoo! Internet navigational guide


Evelyn Hu-DeHart, ‘68

Professor of History; Chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies; Director of the Center for Studies of Ethnicity and Race in America

Purnima Mankekar, MA ‘85

Assistant Professor in the department of Anthropology at Stanford

Denny S. Roja, MBA ‘71

Managing Director of Acuity Ventures of San Jose, California


Dr. Bienvenido Nebres, SJ, MS ‘67, PhD ‘70

President of Ateneo de Manila University and is among one of the most prominent Pilipino alumni from Stanford


Professor Shau Wing Chan, MA ‘32, PhD ‘37

Professor Emeritus of Chinese and Chinese Literature at Stanford


Professor Gordon Chang, MA ‘72, PhD ‘87

First Director of Stanford’s newly developed Asian American Studies Program in 1997


Professor Yamato Ichihashi, BA 1907, MA 1908

First Asian professor at Stanford; Professor 1913-1942; Professor Emeritus 1943-1963


Dr. Frank Y. Chuck, 1922, PhD 1925

Founder of the Chinese Clubhouse and father of Bernadine Chuck Fong, former Stanford Trustee member