The Arizona Asian American Association strives to enhance, celebrate, preserve and cultivate the importance of cultural diversity in the state of Arizona overall, bridging the gap and solidifying the relationship between Asian Americans and the community at large as we continue to share each one of our rich cultures furthermore, empowering our communities to do the same.
The AAAA was founded in early 1988 after a meeting of various Asian American and Pacific Island community leaders at Arizona State University.
After a successful convention in May, 1988, the AAAA has formally adopted around 500 convention attendees.
The AAAA was incorporated in the State of Arizona as a non-profit organization in 1992.
AAAA is widely recognized by city, county, state and federal officials as well as by civic organizations.