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Thursday, August 1 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Maintaining Wellness and Avoiding Burnout in Journalism (Presented by Yung AAJA)

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Journalism is demanding. In this half-panel, half-work session, panelists will discuss their own experiences with burnout, along with experts to explain symptoms of poor mental health and how to address them. This panel will be followed by a workshop to help attendees create action items to avoid burnout and maintain their mental health.

Speakers
avatar for Hannah Bae

Hannah Bae

Journalist, Freelance
Hannah Bae is a nonfiction fellow at Asian American Writers' Workshop and president of AAJA NY. Her writing has been published in the anthology "(Don't) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start the Conversation on Mental Health" and "The Monocle Travel Guide to Seoul," and her bylines include... Read More →
avatar for Pablo Iglesias

Pablo Iglesias

Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter, WEEK-TV
Pablo Iglesias is the Weekend Sports Anchor at WEEK-TV, Central Illinois' No. 1 station for over 25 years. Prior to, he freelanced with Eagle News International covering the NBA and the 2018 NCAA Men's Final Four. He graduated from Bradley University in 2017 from The Charley Steiner... Read More →
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Paul Park

Psychologist, Private Practice
Dr. Paul Park has a practice in Manhattan, NY where he treats highly driven professionals/executives from various industries (art, sports, tech, media, medicine, policy, finance) in fostering healthy relationships, dealing with emotional burnout, resolving family/multicultural issues... Read More →
avatar for Aneri Pattani

Aneri Pattani

health reporter, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Aneri Pattani is a health reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer, where she focuses on mental health in young adults. In the past, she has worked as an assistant producer at WNYC, a James Reston reporting fellow at The New York Times, and a reporting companion to columnist Nicholas... Read More →


Thursday August 1, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT
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