AAJA 2014 Spring Report

AAJA 2014 Spring Report

By Paul Cheung

All If 2013 was about igniting change, 2014 will be about the implementation of changes. We experimented with new ideas and programs at our 2013 convention and will continue to make more additions. We re-examined the value of an AAJA membership and our board structure and we will start a roadmap to implement key governance changes.


Job Opportunity: Marketing and Communications Manager

Job Opportunity: Marketing and Communications Manager

Position: Marketing and Communications Manager REPORTS TO: Executive Director The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) was founded in 1981 by a small but visionary group of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) journalists in Los Angeles who felt


Thank you for donating to Power of One in 2013

Thank you for donating to Power of One in 2013

The Power of One fund is the most direct way an individual can support AAJA’s important work to increase the number of Asian Americans in today’s newsrooms. We invite you to answer our call and give


AAJA Members Elect Leow and Lee to National Governing Board

AAJA Members Elect Leow and Lee to National Governing Board

AAJA members have elected two new officers to the Governing Board: Yvonne Leow as Vice President for Print and Michelle Lee as Secretary. AAJA held the election to seat a Vice President for Print and


AAJA 2013 Mid-Year Report

AAJA 2013 Mid-Year Report

2013 JCamp students at ‘Face The Nation’ with Bob Schieffer AAJA Nation It has been a busy first half of the year for the AAJA board, and I want to update you on what’s been happening


AAJA Not Attending DOJ Off-The-Record Session, Would Welcome On-The-Record Meeting

AAJA Not Attending DOJ Off-The-Record Session, Would Welcome On-The-Record Meeting

Dear AAJA members The Attorney General invited AAJA to an off-the-record policy meeting.  The meeting is one of a series of meetings with media and other organizations that the Attorney General is conducting as part


Ken Moritsugu is AAJA’s New Vice President for Print

Ken Moritsugu is AAJA’s New Vice President for Print

Ken Moritsugu, the Bangkok-based Asia Enterprise Editor for Associated Press, has won the Special Election to be AAJA’s Vice President for Print, announced Theodore Kim, AAJA’s National Secretary and Elections Officer. “The ever-changing media landscape


Year-End Message from AAJA’s Outgoing President

Year-End Message from AAJA’s Outgoing President

December 2012 To my dear AAJA family, For the past two years, it has been my privilege to serve as your national president. As we prepare to flip our calendars to 2013, I am filled with


AP’s Paul Cheung Elected AAJA 2013-14 National President

AP’s Paul Cheung Elected AAJA 2013-14 National President

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Aug. 7, 2012 SAN FRANCISCO — The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) elected Paul Cheung as its 2013-14 National President, announced Friday at its annual Gala Awards Banquet, during the UNITY Journalists convention


AAJA Updates ‘Handbook to Covering Asian America’

AAJA Updates ‘Handbook to Covering Asian America’

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Aug. 1, 2012 SAN FRANCISCO — This spring, the Jeremy Lin phenomenon reminded everyone of the importance of the Asian American Journalists Association as a resource to ensure fair, accurate and sensitive


Meet AAJA’s Governing Board

Meet AAJA’s Governing Board

Congratulations to the following AAJA Advisory Board members who were elected March 23, 2012, to two-year terms on the AAJA Governing Board, the decision-making body of the 1,400-member organization. Yvonne Leow of AAJA-Arizona (representing Small