About AAJA Women and Non-Binary Voices

AAJA Women & Non-Binary Voices is an inclusive support group for women, non-binary and other gender non-conforming AAJA members to promote a plurality of Asian voices. We also welcome non-feminine identifying allies to join and show their support for their colleagues.

This group will provide a network of supporters and mentors for our members, who can share their intersectional experiences and help each other navigate different workplace situations. We envision this to be a space where members can build each other up as well as discuss any work-related challenges they may be facing—whether it’s salary negotiation, a career switch, safe reporting procedures, workplace microaggressions or harassment and discrimination of any sort.

The idea for this group was born in light of the #MeToo movement. While the movement has publicly illuminated many safety issues for women in the workplace, we acknowledge that these challenges, along with many others mentioned above, continue for many people who experience misogyny, and are made more complex by the diversity in our identities. In creating this space, we acknowledge the nuances of such challenges and aim to provide support for our members accordingly.

Contact: aaja.womennb@gmail.com

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Leadership Information

jin-ding.jpgCo-Director Jin Ding

Jin is the marketing and communications manager at the Pulitzer Center. In a past life, she worked as a  marketing research analyst for NBC Sports in New York and as a sports reporter and Olympics correspondent in China.




SQHeadshot-2.jpgCo-Director Corinne Chin

Corinne Chin is a Senior Video Journalist at The Seattle Times and the founder and leader of the newsroom’s Diversity & Inclusion Task Force. As a storyteller, she focuses on in-depth video projects like Beyond the Border, a 2019 series of visual stories exploring immigration and deportation supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting; and Under Our Skin, a 2016 interactive documentary exploring the words we use – and misuse – to talk about race in America.