The Los Angeles Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association

AAJA’s Executive Leadership Program – Deadline Jan. 11

The Asian American Journalists Association’s Executive Leadership Program (ELP) looks at how Asian American and Pacific Islander values relate to high-level decision-making processes and leadership development. The program explores the responsibilities and challenges of the print, broadcast and online workplace and participants will gain an increased understanding of the corporate environment and will develop their own strategies for career enhancement.

Our next ELP Introductory Session will be in New York City at the Time & Life Building, March 10-14, 2010. The deadline to apply is January 11. Please note that this is a received by and not a postmarked by deadline.

Confirmed speakers include:

Marcus Brauchli, executive editor, The Washington Post
Deborah Brewster, deputy managing editor, The Wall Street Journal
Lincoln Millstein, senior vice president for digital media, Hearst Newspapers
Harvey Nagler, vice president, CBS Radio News
Martha Nelson, editor, The People Group
Steve Paulus, regional vice president, NY1 News

An application is available on the following page:

More information on ELP is located here:

The 2010 ELP Introductory Session is supported by a grant from the McCormick Foundation. The Introductory Session is hosted by People, with additional support from NY1 News and The New York Times. The ELP reception is sponsored by Google.

For more information about ELP contact Albert Lee at


Albert Lee
Professional Programs Coordinator
Asian American Journalists Association
1182 Market Street, Suite 320
San Francisco, CA 94102

Phone: 415.346.2051 x107
Fax: 415.346.6343