Bo Thao-Urabe is Founder and Network Director of CAAL (the Coalition of Asian American Leaders). A social entrepreneur, Bo focuses on creating community-centered, asset-based solutions that result in meaningful progress for those who are most impacted. She has extensive leadership experience having led local, national and global efforts. Bo is also the Chief Operating Office of RedGreen Rivers, a social enterprise she co-founded to connect women artisans from Southeast Asia to the global market to improve their economic wellbeing and preserve indigenous art forms. Bo also served as Commissioner to President Obama’s Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. She co-founded Building More Philanthropy with Purpose Giving Circle, Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence, Hmong Women Achieving Together, Building Our Future: A Global Community Campaign, and RedGreen Rivers. Bo has received numerous awards recognizing her contributions and leadership, and is among only a handful of people who have a day named after her in the City of Saint Paul and the State of Minnesota.