Anni Chung is the Executive Director of Self-Help for the Elderly which provides a comprehensive range of health and social services to over 25,000 seniors a year in the Bay Area. She serves on the Board of Governors of the Commonwealth Club of California, and the Community Technology Foundation of California and is the Chairperson of the Electric Education Trust Administrative Committee of the CPUC. Ms. Chung has been a host of the Cantonese Journal since its inception in 1985.
KTSF26台的公關副總監, 華人叢刊和溫馨傳萬家節目主持人李適萍Mina﹐在2003年加入KTSF26台後﹐與非牟利團體緊密合作, 為他們製作並播出公益廣告, 代表KTSF參與社區和慈善活動, 以及製作電視籌款節目等。她是北加州華人傳播媒體協會2011至2012年的會長﹐也是金門女子公寓的董事會秘書長,和華人社區健康資源中心的董事。Mina並為不少社區和慈善籌款活動擔任司儀﹐其中包括美國華裔小姐競選，三藩市華埠獅子會的妙齡小姐籌款晚會，中國殘疾人藝術團“我的夢” 籌款演出﹐美國紅十字會﹐亞裔婦孺服務處﹐飛揚藝術團等。她曾是KPST66台的粵語新聞主播和記者﹐另外也曾在前KCNS38台﹐中央電視臺和北京電視臺等製作和主持各類電視節目。Mina畢業於三藩市州立大學的廣播系。
The Vietnamese Journal
Tony Nguyen was born in Saigon, Vietnam and fled by boat with most of his family in 1979. While in an Indonesian refugee camp for 18 months, Mr. Nguyen began community service by providing daily public address information for the refugee community. He immigrated to the United States in 1980 and worked as an announcer for a number of Vietnamese radio stations since 1988.
Since 1981, Tony Nguyen has been involved in social service outreach to the Bay Area Vietnamese community through organizations such as, The Center for Southeast Asian Refugee Resettlement (CSEARR), Asian American Community Against AIDS (AACAA), Baker Place (substance abuse services ), and the Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center. Currently, he is business analyst for the Southeast Asian Community Center helping small Vietnamese businesses succeed. Since 1977, Tony Nguyen has produced and hosted the Vietnamese Journal for Channel 26, KTSF.
The Korean Journal
Ms. Kim-Lee has been a public affairs specialist in the San Francisco Regional Public Affairs Office in Richmond, California since March 2007. She began her Social Security career in 2003 as a claims authorizer in the Western Program Service Center. While there, she joined and assisted the Pacific Asian Advisory Council, serving as different committee chairs.
Prior to joining Social Security, Sarah served as Outreach and Enrollment Manager at On Lok Senior Services in San Francisco. On Lok Senior Health is a non-profit agency that provides a federally funded all-inclusive care program for the elderly. She also operated an immigration clinic for the Korean elderly at the Westlake Christian Terrace senior housing complex and served as commissioner of the Alameda County Advisory Commission on Aging.
Sarah produces and hosts the Korean Journal, a monthly Korean language public service television program. She is well known in the Bay Area Korean community as an advocate for immigrants¡¦ rights and has extensive knowledge of the Korean immigrant community of Northern California.
The Filipino-American Journal
Joy Rivera-Dodds began her broadcasting career in the Philippines 10 years ago where her work included being the co-anchor of Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation’s IBC News in 1994. Moving to the Bay Area in 1995, she worked as a segment producer and host for the Pinoy Pa Rin program which showcased Filipino events, issues and personalities in the Bay Area.
Joy Rivera-Dodds has produced and anchored KTSF’s Filipino News Report since February of 1997. Her work in news included going to Manila to cover the Centennial of Philippine Independence celebrations, as well as the Presidential Inauguration in 1998. Ms. Rivera-Dodds graduated with Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communications from the University of the Philippines in Diliman.