Asian in Action
MEET THE PRESENTERS
Joshua Wu is a Vice President at Edelman Data & Intelligence. He is an analytics and data science team lead who integrates social science best practices with rigorous evidence-based analytics to identify key findings and communicate actionable insights for clients from Fortune 100 companies across all sectors, non-profits, and public policy advocacy groups. He is also actively involved with diversity and inclusion initiatives within Edelman.
Jeremy Tjhung moved to Rochester in 2018 with a one-year mission: to volunteer, to work on campaigns, and to register as many voters as possible. Three years later, he is still here, working on community outreach for Moms Demand Action, the ROC Against Gun Violence Coalition, and Indivisible Rochester. He has also worked with the Memorial Art Gallery, Artists Coalition for Change Together, the Out Alliance, and the Rochester Public Library. He is hopeful that 2021 will bring renewed life to the activist community and that everyone will vote in upcoming local elections.
Soe Win came to the United States as a refugee from Burma in 2007. She is a Karen ethnic, one of more than 130 ethnic minorities in Burma. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the State University of New York at Buffalo, majoring in Global Gender and Sexuality Studies, where her focus is on gender equality and violence and discrimination against women and minorities.
Tiana Stephens is Communications Officer at the Greater Rochester Health Foundation. She has been featured in the Democrat & Chronicle newspaper as a “Woman to Watch” for both her media and editorial work and considerable community service. Currently, she serves on several boards and committees, including the Steering Committee of the Levine Center to End Hate, Horizons at the Harley School, Rochester Area Community Foundation’s Marketing Committee, Friends & Foundation of the Rochester Public Library, Rochester Community TV, and the Rochester Police Department’s Police and Citizens Interaction Committee.