When we talk about diversity in media, there’s a specific question that often gets lost: Do our newsrooms actually reflect the diversity of the communities we cover? Today, we’re asking that question of newsrooms that primarily cover the Seattle metropolitan area. We know anecdotally that the answer is no, but if we are serious about […]
Photojournalist Jovelle Tamayo is AAJA Seattle’s new Vice President of Programs.
This year, AAJA Seattle received applications from many impressive high school and college students interested in the field of journalism. Of the applications, we’ve chosen four Northwest Journalists of Color scholarship winners and one Founders scholarship winner. The Northwest Journalists of Color scholarship winners will each receive a $1,250 check and an assigned journalism mentor […]
Aspiring journalists should apply for the Northwest Journalists of Color Scholarship and AAJA Seattle Founders’ Scholarship. Deadline for 2016 is April 11.
The election results are in, so please join us in congratulating Venice Buhain and KJ Hiramoto as our incoming president and secretary! They both will be serving two-year terms, beginning January 2016. Venice Buhain has been a member of AAJA Seattle since 2000. She is the news editor at The Seattle Globalist, and has worked at TVW, Patch, […]
It’s time for the chapter to elect new board members for 2016! There are four seats up for election, all of which are two-year terms, effective Jan. 1, 2016: President Secretary Vice President of Programming National Board Representative Serving on the chapter board is an important way for you to demonstrate your leadership (a key skill […]