Stephen Jiwanmall is an anchor/video reporter for three suburban Philadelphia newspapers: Bucks County Courier Times, The Intelligencer, and Burlington County Times. He will soon be the anchor of the "Burlington County Times Update," a hyperlocal daily newscast online for Burlington County. This past summer, he participated in the Voices program at the AAJA National Convention, … Continue reading Member Monday: Stephen Jiwanmall
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Board advisor Michelle T. Shinseki is the chief content officer and editorial director of KidsHealth.org, the world's most-visited website devoted to children's health and development. She has worked on many websites in the parenting category, including AmericanBaby.com, iVillage.com, Lamaze.com, Parenting.com, and Parents.com. In the lifestyle and health category, she has covered Ladies’ Home Journal online … Continue reading Member Monday: Michelle T. Shinseki
Murali Balaji is the director of education and curriculum reform at the Hindu American Foundation, a nonprofit advocacy group. He spent nearly a decade in journalism, is a former AAJA chapter president in both Philadelphia and Minnesota (including 2005 chapter president of the year), and still stays active in media through his blog on Huffington … Continue reading Member Monday: Murali Balaji
Erik Ortiz joined AAJA-Philly while he was a business reporter in Atlantic City, and through AAJA won a scholarship to attend business courses at The Wharton School in 2008. Two years later, he left the sand in his sandals behind at the shore for New York — although he stayed a loyal member of the … Continue reading Member Monday: Erik Ortiz
Yowei Shaw is a freelance audio producer and public radio reporter based in Philadelphia. She produces the First Person Arts podcast and has reported stories ranging from her parents' obsession with tango dancing all the way to the Sinai hostage crisis for outlets such as This American Life, NPR, and WHYY. In 2011, she created … Continue reading Member Monday: Yowei Shaw
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