Join AAJA Today With more than 1,700 members throughout the United States and Asia, AAJA serves a variety of needs. AAJA members are staff, reporters and freelance journalists for digital, print and broadcast media. Members also include students interested in careers in journalism and former journalists in public relations, academia and other fields that support AAJA’s mission.
Michael Yamashita (AAJA-New York) will be joining adventure travel photographer and outdoorsman, Jock Montgomery, to lead a photographic exploration visiting the people and places of Myanmar from Sunday, November 9 – Friday, November 21, 2014.
The 2014 AAJA Awards were announced on Saturday, August 16 at the Scholarships & Awards Gala during this year’s national convention in Washington, DC. National Journalism Awards Asian American Pacific Islander Issues Written Journalism Ngoc Nguyen Environment Editor/Reporter, New American Media “Vietnamese Americans,
Fellow AAJA members: On behalf of the AAJA membership committee, I want to ask you to consider upgrading your membership to Gold or Platinum when you renew for 2014. Here’s why: You are supporting the important
AAJA is proud to announce Frank Blethen as the winner of the 2014 Leadership in Diversity Award. This award honors an individual or corporation that has made strides in promoting and demonstrating diversity in the
Lori Matsukawa (AAJA Seattle) has been inducted in the Silver Circle by the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The Silver Circle includes a group of standout media professionals who
Paul Cheung, Niala Boodhoo and Shawn Nicole Wong have been nominated for the positions of AAJA President, AAJA Vice President for Broadcast and AAJA Treasurer, respectively. AAJA is holding its national election to fill the
Are you the next 2015 AAJA President, Vice President for Broadcast or Treasurer? AAJA NOTICE OF ELECTIONS & CALL FOR NOMINATIONS The Asian American Journalists Association is accepting nominations for national president, vice president for broadcast and
Adam Kealoha Causey (AAJA-At Large) is now the assistant city editor at the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He is the primary editor for their crime and courts coverage. Adam will also oversee a group of
Davar Ardalan (AAJA-Washington D.C.) will be in New York to receive the Ellis Island Medal of Honor on May 10th. Her grandfather came through Ellis Island in October of 1919. This is an annual award recognizing “American