Learn More About AAJA’s Chapters

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has 20 chapters. Contact a chapter or chapter president near you, or join AAJA as an at-large member to help advance our mission of diversity in news and newsrooms.

Arizona

President AMY B WANG Reporter, The Arizona Republic Web Facebook Twitter


Asia

President ANGIE LAU Anchor, Bloomberg Television Web Facebook Twitter


Atlanta

Interim President FAITH ROBINSON CNN Producer, CNN Facebook Twitter


Chicago

President GRACE WONG Reporter, Chicago Tribune Web Facebook


Florida

President VALERIE BOEY Reporter, WOFL-TV (FOX 35) Web Facebook Twitter


Hawai’i

President JASON UBAY Communications Project Manager, Olomana Loomis ISC Web Facebook Twitter


 Los Angeles

President NAOMI HAYASE Editorial Researcher, Nihon Keizai Shimbun (the Nikkei) Web Facebook Twitter

Michigan

President ANJANA SCHROEDER Producer, 6 News at 5 WLNS Facebook Twitter


Minnesota

President DELANE CLEVELAND Reporter, 12 News/Northwest Community Television Web Facebook Twitter


New England

President DAIGO FUJIWARA Web Developer, Harvard Business Review Web Facebook Twitter


New York

President PHILIP YAM  Editor-in-Chief, Simons Foundation Web Facebook Twitter


North Carolina

President LYNN OWENS, Lecturer of Broadcast Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Web Facebook


Philadelphia

Presidents JULIANA REYES Lead Reporter, Technically Philly YOWEI SHAW Freelance Radio Reporter/Producer Web Facebook


Portland

President PETER WONG Regional Reporter, The Portland Tribune/Pamplin Media Group Web Facebook

Sacramento

President SANDY LOUEY Information Officer, California Energy Commission Web Facebook Twitter


San Diego

Presidents LIBERTY ZABALA Reporter, NBC San Diego Web Facebook Twitter


San Francisco Bay Area

President KEVIN LEE Staff Writer, Daily Journal Corp Web Facebook Twitter


Seattle

President VENICE BUHAIN Editor, The Seattle Globalist Web Facebook Twitter


Texas

President ALANNA QUILLEN Anchor/Reporter, KTBS 3 News Shreveport Web Facebook Twitter


Washington D.C.

President SEUNG MIN KIM Congressional Reporter, Politico Web Facebook Twitter

 

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