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At-Large Chapter Representative: ABE KWOK,Online News Editor, The Arizona Republic/azcentral.com and Arizona Chapter Board Representative
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Asian American Journalists Association â€“ AAJA and NLGJA Hire Bobby Caina Calvan As Heartland Project Reporter
Abe Kwok, online news editor at The Arizona Republic, and Rhonda LeValdo-Gayton, radio host and professor at the Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan., are members of the Heartland Project advisory committee and were instrumental in the hiring process for the Heartland reporter.
"Bobby Calvan is a dynamic, seasoned reporter, and we look for his work to better acquaint Nebraskans - the entire country, really - with communities and people in that state who are often overlooked," said Kwok
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Abe Kwok, Arizona Chapter
Board Representative: Abe Kwok
Abe Kwok is a founding member of AAJA's Arizona Chapter.
Abe is currently the director of the News Now Center at azcentral.com and The Arizona Republic.
Abe began his career at The Republic in the fall of 1989, upon graduation from the University of Arizona.
has covered public safety, courts, county and city government, criminal justice issues and general assignment for about eight years before joining he
editing ranks in 1997.
Abe has served as an assistant city editor, weekend editor, assistant bureau chief and editor of the state political team, all at The Republic until his switch to online.