Sharon Ho Chang 張曉倫 (she/her/她) is a strategic communications specialist and content strategist with almost two decades of diverse experience. In addition to being an award-winning Taiwanese American author journalist, and photographer, she is highly skilled in digital media, project, content, campaign, and editorial design/management. Sharon is passionate about social justice, cross-cultural collaboration, and uplifting underrepresented voices. She is an expert in creating community-centered, people-first strategies that work to transform inequitable systems through authentic storytelling and narrative reclamation.

Sharon has published two books, Raising Mixed Race and Hapa Tales and Other Lies. Her writing has also appeared in BuzzFeed, ThinkProgress, Racism Review, Hyphen Magazine, ParentMap Magazine, South Seattle Emerald, The Seattle Globalist, AAPI Voices, and the International Examiner. Sharon was named 2015 Social Justice Commentator of the Year by The Seattle Globalist and 2016 Favorite Local API Author / Writer by International Examiner readers. She won the inaugural Northwest Journalists of Color Visual Storytelling Grant in 2019 and was awarded a 2020 Facebook COVID-19 Journalism Project grant to provide coverage of coronavirus impacts on South Seattle communities of color.

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