I was one of 40 students chosen to be an Albright fellow and selected to present my findings on world hunger to Secretary Albright. The Albright Institute is designed to inspire a generation of global leaders through interdisciplinary research of a global issue in teams and embark on an internationally focused internship. I created a video to thank the Secretary and the Albright Institute. The Albright Institute is a lead funder of The Construct; Female Laborers and the Fight for Gender Equality.
I was one of 20 students across the country selected to travel to Cambodia with the American Youth Leadership Program to learn about how climate change impacts Southeast Asia. On the trip I got the opportunity to help rebuild a temple demolished by U.S. bombs, visit the killing fields, and meet with secondary school students from across the country.
I was one out of 10 students across the country selected to travel to the 2010 Winter Olympics as a youth reporter. On the trip I got to experience on camera reporting and interviewed many athletes including Shawn Johnson, Picabo Street, and Cassie Campbell. I wrote a article about the experience for Seventeen Magazine.
Written for We Are Moving Stories, a publication that highlights independent films. Published Januaury 2018.
2018 Seattle Asian American Film Festival press release about "The Construct: Female Laborers and the Fight for Equality."
Published by Julia Morgan School for Girls October 17th, 2017 after Jalena Keane-Lee came to speak to students about her projects and being a filmmaker.
Written by Ciara Wardlow and published by The Wellesley News March 9th, 2017.
Written by Lizao Wang and Grace Li for Her Campus published October 4th, 2016.