Linda Jue is director of New Voices in Independent Publishing, a national magazine diversity initiative sponsored by the Independent Press Association. She is also executive editor of the George Washington Williams Fellowship, a program that encourages minority reporters to pursue public interest/social justice journalism. Linda has worked as a magazine and TV journalist at San Francisco Focus, KQED-TV, Center for Investigative Reporting, San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, PBS, C-SPAN, and other venues. She is also the former director of the Community Press Consortium, an advanced professional training program for reporters and editors of color working in the community and ethnic press. As a veteran magazine and TV journalist, her work has appeared in Crisis (NAACP), GEO, Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Toronto Globe and Mail, the old “MacNeil /Lehrer NewsHour,” PBS’ “Frontline,” and other outlets.

She has also served as president of the Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

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