AAJA announces the first 2013 recipient of the Dinah Eng Leadership Fellowship

MarianLiuMarian Liu (AAJA-San Francisco Bay Area) is the first Dinah Eng Leadership Fellowship recipient for 2013. Liu will use the the $1,000 fellowship to take a management development course at the Poynter Institute.

Liu heads a new online entertainment section for The Sun Sentinel called SouthFlorida.com. For the past ten years, she has served on the volunteer staff of AAJA’s VOICES student convention news program, the last three years as its director.

“The judges were pleased to support Marian’s leadership goals in the newsroom, and know that attendance  at the Poynter seminar will help her move forward to achieve them,” says Dinah Eng, founding director of AAJA’s Executive Leadership Program and a past president of AAJA. The leadership fellowship judges include Jeannie Park, former executive editor of People and founding  president of AAJA’s New York chapter; Lloyd LaCuesta, former South Bay Bureau Chief, KTVU-TV and past president of AAJA; Mae Cheng, managing editor at Newsday Westchester and past president of AAJA, and Eng.

Questions?  Contact the AAJA National Office.


About the Dinah Eng Leadership Fellowship

The Dinah Eng Leadership Fellowship widens opportunities for mid-career AAJA members to enhance their skills and advance in news management. Fellows get financial assistance for programs such as AAJA’s Executive Leadership Program, university-level management programs and leadership courses at institutions that include the Poynter Institute and journalism schools that charge tuition.

See how the 2012 Dinah Eng Leadership Fellows enhanced their skills.

Read about the additional 2013 Dinah Eng Leadership Fellows.

Read the press release announcing the 2013 Dinah Eng Leadership Fellows.