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Clarence Low

Clarence Low

Clarence Low

President/CEO, Asian Chamber of Commerce
Clarence Low is the President/CEO of the Asian Chamber of Commerce in Denver, Colorado. He oversees the management of daily operations, programs and strategic partnerships of the organization.  His local AAPI business development and advocacy efforts has raised the Asian Chamber’s profile in the Denver Metropolitan region and has created fruitful relationships with national and international agencies. His passion for community partnerships has helped create the Asian Chamber’s Scholarship Fund, assisting 1st-generation Colorado students and spotlighting mental health challenges amongst the local AAPI community.

Mr. Low believes in the multiplicative power of partnerships, particularly reaching across various Asian ethic groups to strengthen alliances.  He recently participated in a delegation of U.S. AAPI business leaders hosted by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, deepening diplomatic and cultural relationships.  He has also worked with national business and advocacy organizations to give voice to the growing economic strength of the Asian community in the U.S.

In addition to his role at the Asian Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Low is a small business owner and respected community advocate whose leadership is making an impact on future generations of leaders and young professionals in the Rocky Mountains. For his efforts, Mr. Low has received recognition from community organizations. He has been recognized as an Asian American Hero of Colorado by the Colorado Asian Culture and Education Network, and awarded the 2015 Rosa Parks Diversity Community Award by the University of Colorado, Denver for his outstanding contributions to diversity and inclusion in the community.  Mr. Low lends his support to educational institutions, community organizations and various business groups. He served as Chair of the Denver Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition, and currently is a commissioner on the Denver Asian Pacific American Commission. 

Mr. Low earned his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and master’s degree in marine sciences from the University of California, Santa Cruz.


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