AAJA Member News: October 2016 Roundup

nealjustinNeal Justin (AAJA-Minnesota) has been elected as the president of UNITY: Journalists for Diversity for the 2017-2018 term. Neal was one of the original members of the AAJA governing board and was named AAJA Member of the Year in 2006. He has served as president of the AAJA-Minnesota chapter and is a co-founder of JCamp. Neal previously covered crime for the Rockford Register Star and is currently a television critic for the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Follow Neal on Twitter at @nealjustin.

 

 

 

Andrew Seng

Andrew Seng (AAJA-Sacramento) was recently promoted to staff photojournalist at The Sacramento Bee following his position at the paper as a temporary staff photographer. A second-generation Cambodian born in Portland, Andrew graduated from the University of Oregon where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism with a focus in photojournalism and multimedia. After graduation, he began an internship at The Sacramento Bee in partnership with AAJA-Sacramento. During his time at The Bee, Andrew covered the 2014 World Series, Super Bowl 50, major wildfires and the 2016 presidential race. Andrew was recently a student at the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop XXIX and attended Mountain Workshops in 2015. Follow Andrew on Twitter at @AndrewSeng_.

 

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