Michelle Ye Hee Lee, Pia Sarkar and Ted Han were elected by AAJA members to serve as National President, Vice President of Civic Engagement and Vice President of Finance, respectively, for the 2019-2020 term beginning January 1, 2019. The election results were announced Saturday, August 11 at the 2018 AAJA National Convention Gala Scholarship & Awards Banquet in Houston, Texas.
AAJA announces its candidates for the positions of President, Vice President of Civic Engagement and Vice President of Finance to serve the 2019-2020 term. Electronic voting will begin Wednesday, July 18 at 5pm PT with the final results announced at the AAJA Gala Banquet in Houston, TX on Saturday, August 11.
AAJA will be seeking a slate of new officers for the 2019-2020 term. Nominations are open for the positions of President, Vice President of Finance and Vice President of Civic Engagement until Friday, June 29 at 5pm PDT.
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is proud to partner with Facebook to establish the Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship, which offers financial assistance for students who aspire to pursue a career in journalism and media. AAJA is excited to announce its scholarship recipients for 2018.
AAJA is excited to invite this year’s cohort of talented high school students to participate in JCamp 2018. a six-day multicultural journalism training program for freshmen, sophomores and juniors.
AAJA seeks a strategic, entrepreneurial, and visionary leader to fill the role of Executive Director and assist the organization in growing operationally and programmatically.
After an eight-year tenure, AAJA’s Executive Director Kathy Chow announces her resignation. Kathy will work with the national staff on a smooth transition out of her leadership, and her legacy will light the way for AAJA’s next era.