top of page

The Ethics of Working from Home

Acclimating to the home environment!

The Ethics of Working from Home.jpg


Working from home has become the new norm for most of us.  While we have tried to embraced this new norm, the reality is that it comes with its own challenges. Join Ascend Houston and the AIG API BRG as we discuss how to adjust to this "remote" environment to stay productive, motivated, and focused to deliver quality work that will continue to progress our career, while maintaining work-life balance.



Sue Ann Hong

Chief Executive Director

The Center for Asian Pacific American Women


Sue Ann joined the Center for Asian Pacific American Women (CAPAW) May 2018 as the interim Executive Director. She worked at State Farm Insurance Companies for over 28 years in Data Processing, Diversity & Inclusion, Corporate and Auto Claims, where she led up to 600 leaders and employees in supporting customers in 23 states. Her passion for building trusting relationships infuses Sue Ann's philosophy. A 2002 Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute (APAWLI) National Fellow, she continues her journey as a whole person leader in her belief it's the journey versus the destination. Her goal is to support CAPAW's vision to build whole person leaders, one at a time.

Sue Ann graduated from the University of Kansas with her BSB in Business Management and Western Michigan University with her MBA - Finance. She is also a Certified Life Coach.


12:00PM - 12:05PM: Welcome and Introductions
12:05 PM - 12:50 PM: Speaker Presentation
12:50 PM - 1:00 PM: Q&A/Closing Remarks

bottom of page