Empower yourself by understanding how power and leadership work in your workplace. So how do you do that? With practical tips from an expert.Continue reading “AAJA Sacramento workshop on empowerment and leadership: How to use power dynamics to advance in your career”
Out of an abundance of caution and in response to public health guidance about the coronavirus, AAJA Sacramento is postponing the March 21 dim sum mixer. We will let you know when the event has been rescheduled.
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AAJA Sacramento’s 2019 Chefs Showcase was another successful demonstration of local food and journalism. Attendees not only ate great food, but they heard why diversity is important in newsrooms and kitchens around the region and beyond.Continue reading “Thanks for another successful Chefs Showcase”
The Sacramento Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA Sacramento) invites you to our Chefs Showcase featuring Jet Aguirre, executive sous chef for UC Davis Health – one of the region’s farm-to-fork leaders and the first health care system in the nation to be recognized by the James Beard Foundation for its sustainable seafood.Continue reading “AAJA Sacramento announces 2019 Chefs Showcase fundraiser”
Thank you to our generous sponsors and donors for this year’s AAJA Sacramento Chefs Showcase, which was held Oct. 8 at Sequoia at the Cannery. Our featured chef was Anthony Scuderi, executive chef of Hook & Ladder Manufacturing Co. and special guest Michael Passmore of Passmore Ranch!