- He is among two others who will help build Asian American and Pacific Islander political power across the country by providing education on progressive issues.
The AAPI Victory Alliance has named three new Board members, including Indian American attorney Previn Warren. Joining him are Sung Yeon Choimorrow, executive director of the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum; and Jennifer Chau, executive director of the Arizona Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander for Equity Coalition.
AAPI Victory Alliance works to build Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) political power across the country by providing education on progressive issues; creating and advocating for policies that affect our communities; and building alliances with organizations to help AAPIs exert their power and be the margin of victory at the local, state, and national levels.
Warren is a member of Motley Rice’s office in Washington, D.C. “His practice is focused on leveling the playing field between individuals and corporations,” AAPI said in a press release. He has won multiple significant victories on behalf of recording artists. “As a result of those cases, rightsholders have received hundreds of millions more in royalties from satellite and internet radio services.”
He was named one of Billboard’s Top Music Lawyers (2022), a DC Rising Star by The National Law Journal (2019), and a Rising Star by the South Asian Bar Association of North America (2019).
“I am proud to be working alongside such a passionate group of leaders dedicated to uplifting AAPI communities,” Warren said in a statement. “My background in litigation and political advocacy lends itself to the organization’s goals of advocating for economic equity and civil rights.”
In a statement, AAPI Victory Alliance Executive Director Varun Nikore welcomed the three new board members to the team. The AAPI Victory Alliance Board is “comprised of AAPI leaders who are dedicated to growing the political power of AAPIs across the nation by advocating for the issues our communities care about most,” Nikore said. “Adding these three board members who have committed their time and effort to uplifting our communities, displays their commitment towards the mission of our organization.”