Jin Ding is an experienced media professional in non-profit management, fundraising and inclusive storytelling. They are the incoming Chief-of-Staff at the Center for Public Integrity, a DC-based non-profit, investigative newsroom. She is the VP of Finance at the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and the co-director and founder of AAJA Women and Non-Binary Voices Affinity Group. They are also a co-founder of Chinese Storytellers, a community that serves and elevates Chinese professionals in the global media industry.

Jin started their media career in China as a sports journalist and reported on the 2012 London Olympics as a correspondent. She worked for NBC Sports, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the International Women’s Media Foundation and the Associated Press.

Articles, Publications, and Appearances

An attack on Chinese journalists is an attack on press freedom, Lausan

A guide to navigating Chinese media, SupChina

Q&A: Jin Ding on how collaboration creates inclusive and supportive journalism, Center for Cooperative Media

Pitching the IWMF: Focus on undercovered issues, think big and dare to stretch, Neiman Storyboard