ACAA is an organization under the general corporation law of the state of Arkansas.
ACAA is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit organization under the section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The mission of ACAA is to establish an active Chinese-American community contributing to the social and economic development of the state of Arkansas. ACAA serves as a main voice that represents and advocates all legally permissible rights for its members, and provides opportunities for networking, community services, and personal and professional growth for its members. ACAA promotes the appreciation of Chinese culture and heritages, and cross-cultural exchange with other ethnic groups through its strong network and collective outreach efforts.
Board of Directors: At the annual meeting, members elect the Board of Directors to manage the property and daily operations of ACAA. All active members are eligible to nominate and/or to be nominated as candidates of the Board. Term limit for board directors is two years. If reselected, a board director may serve two consecutive terms of two years unless the board unanimously approves it.