Recipient of the "Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business” award
2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 Women Making a Difference Award Honoree
2010 Asian Heritage Awards Nominee for "Excellence in Arts & Literature", Named “100 Passionate People of 2010” for Taiwaneseamerican.org
McDonalds Youth Ambassador- Empowering youth to achieve their college education dreams
2017, 2016, 2015 Women in Business Awards Honoree - San Fernando Valley Business Journal
Panney Wei is an award-winning TV-Radio host, hypnotherapist, transformational life coach, and motivational speaker on creating powerful change in your life, using the power of your mind to achieve your potential, and empowering people with the wisdom and inspiration to live the life of their dreams. She is the CEO of See the Way Consulting, her motivational speaker-hypnotherapy-executive coaching practice that provides private sessions and professional development workshops, keynotes and seminars empowering corporations, non-profits, and individuals to break through barriers, overcome obstacles, achieving the emotional, spiritual, organizational, and physical growth they desire. Panney gives people the tools, wisdom, and courage to overcome life's obstacles, and essentially see the way to achieving their goals, and attaining their life's goals and dreams both personally and professionally. As a mentor, coach, and guide for her clients and tuning into their concerns and identifying the core issues and reasons for their problems, she is able to give them the solutions, insight, acknowledgement, and feedback they desire, and the energy, inspiration, and the courage to manifest their dreams and to not only endure, but overcome their challenges. Through private sessions, teleconferences, webinars, and workshops, Panney empowers her clients to identify problem areas in their life, offering real solutions for change, so they can forge their own path and create their destiny, therefore being a seer in their own life and make their dreams come true.
Ms. Wei is recognized internationally as an innovating presence within the field of psycho-spirituality, love and relationships, negotiation and leadership, women's issues, diversity, and working with the power of the mind to change your life and activate your dreams and goals. Highly sought after for her dynamic lectures and coaching sessions, her leading-edge work challenges the conventions of mind-body-spirit paradigms by integrating personal awareness and accountability, subconscious life programming, and powerful tools for change. Her world travels, studies, including her Chinese-American heritage offer a unique blend of East and West and perspective on personal transformation, healing, and achieving one’s potential. Through everything that she lends her heart and spirit to, on whatever platform she has the honor of sharing her life and insight, Panney's mission is to transform the world, one person at a time, and to advance the human potential and development— to guide, teach, and empower her clients to experience the mental, emotional, and spiritual change and growth they desire. She lives by the quote from Gandhi, "Be the change you wish to see in the world" as one of her mottos.
She is the recent recipient of the National Association of Asian MBA’s and ASCEND’s “Top 40 Global Emerging Leaders Award”, the Silver Award for the 2016 Asian Business Awards, The “Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business” award, an honoree for the 2015 LA Journal’s Women Making a Difference Awards and the San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s Women In Business Awards, Recognition for Excellence in Arts & Literature at the 2010 Asian Heritage Awards, the top 50 Asian Americans in Business by the Asian American Business Development Center, and named “100 Passionate People of 2010” by TaiwaneseAmerica.org. Panney was the host of her popular talk radio show formerly on KCAA 1050 AM NBC News radio, Goddess Radio, and Contact Talk Radio, and ranked Top 100 Best Podcasts on ITunes for Spirituality, broadcast to nearly 1 million listeners. She is now hosting an entirely new podcast, "See the Way with Panney Wei" here on panneywei.com and ITunes for your weekly dose of inspiration, wisdom, and motivation.
Featuring an inspirational message each week, interviews with NY Times Bestselling authors, experts in various fields, unsung heroes, with inspiring stories, or Hollywood luminaries. She has interviewed some of the most successful and brightest minds in our world including NY Times bestselling authors Gary Zukav and Linda Francis, Debbie Ford, Dr. John DeMartini, James Ray, Dan McMillan, Don Miguel Ruiz, Gregg Braden, Glynis McCants, Congressman Mike Honda, Congresswoman Judy Chu, Sonia Choquette, Joan Borysenko, Bob Doyle, Joe Vitale, James Arthur Ray, Robert Ohotto, Susan Chumsky, Lisa See, producers and Endgame Entertainment executives James Stern and Christopher Chen (selected titles: Hairspray, Stomp, A Chorus Line, Hotel Rwanda, Harold and Kumar Go to Whitecastle, An Education, I'm Not There), to name a few. She shares her own insight and wisdom through her shows, always entertaining, empowering, and enlightening her listeners with a though-provoking perspective and positive message for personal growth each week.
Granddaughter to former Taiwan Senator Albert Liu and Great Great Grand-niece of one of China’s greatest military heroes, General Tso Tsung-Tang, immortalized in pop culture for the famous dish “General Tso’s chicken”, Panney follows in their footsteps as an activist in her community serving as State Secretary for the Asian Pacific Islander Caucus of the California Democratic Party, a member of the PBS SoCal Asian Pacific Islander Community Council responsible for programming diverse and unique stories for Southern California, and as a National Senior Advisor for non-profits that focus on leadership, diversity, and personal and professional development including the National Asian Artist Project, The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP), NAAAP Toronto, LA, OC, and San Diego. Panney is also the founder and Founding National Director of the international women’s leadership program, Women in NAAAP (WIN!), featured in Forbes Woman, dedicated to empower and develop female leaders in the Asian Pacific Islander community.
Panney has appeared on countless radio shows nationwide and has worked with OWN, Discovery, NBC, CBS among others, and authored or featured in such publications as Pho for Life, Enchant, Audrey, Jade, Woman International, and Hydrogen, and was the former Feature Editor for ASIAM. In the early part of her professional life, she was a competitive figure skater in her youth, and worked in finance and business development and event planning for the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival, The Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts, and The Producers Guild of America before starting her transformational coaching and hypnotherapy business. Panney is working on her first self-help book on attracting the love of your life, and is featured in the upcoming documentary as the host and featured Master Spiritual Teacher, Quantum Wisdom, now available on ITunes. She is married to Endgame Entertainment Executive Vice President Christopher Chen (who recently produced Looper, Linsanity, Year of the Yao, Every Little Step which was shortlisted for the Oscars, and Sneakerheadz).
If Panney was to impart some wisdom that would help you on your path, this would be it: “When I was in my late teens and early 20’s, I suffered from a life-threatening illness, bulimia, that resulted in a near-death experience and at 90 lbs., nearly took my life. It took three years to heal myself without the help of doctors using alternative medicine, meditation, and hypnosis. What was the most harrowing experience became my greatest gift, and the lesson I learned from overcoming this illness was that there is nothing more important than to fulfill your dreams whether they’re small or large, and to identify what your purpose is in life, what makes you passionate, what drives you, and to listen to the voice and the beat of your heart. If something makes you unhappy, change yourself or your circumstance. Try to find the courage to break free of your obstacles and live life on your own terms. Have the courage, the confidence, and the belief in yourself that you can make this the best life possible in every way. You deserve it. Life is short. Anything can happen. There is nothing more important than allowing yourself to take risks, to try everything your heart desires, and have no regrets. Everyone deserves to live the life of their dreams.” www.panneywei.com
Panney also serves as an Advisor, Board member, past or present, for the following organizations:
The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP), National Senior Advisor
The National Association of Asian American Professionals, Toronto Chapter, Chapter of the Year 2010 and 2009
The National Association of Asian American Professionals, Orange County Chapter, Venture of the Year 2009
The National Association of Asian American Professionals, San Diego Venture
The National Association of Asian American Professionals, Los Angeles
Hypnotherapists Union Local 472
Women in NAAAP!, Founder, Founding National Director, and Senior Advisor
National Asian Artist Project, Advisor
The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, Honorary Board
Asian Professional Exchange (APEX), APEX Mentorship Program, Mentor and former officer
The Chandler School, Class Representative for Class of 1988
American Hypnosis Association
State Secretary, Asian Pacific Islander Caucus of the California Democratic Party