We are looking to expand our blog into new territory by featuring a diversity of voices and faces of evangelical Asian American women in leadership. With so few Asian American women in leadership, it’s easy to forget that there is more than one way to be an Asian American woman leader, and it’s easy to dismiss oneself as a leader just because you don’t fit into the few models that are clearly visible.
Thus, we are calling all of you to consider helping us to diversify our blog in the following ways:
1) Write a guest entry.
If you are an evangelical Asian American woman and have any leadership experience (including but not limited to lay leaders, ministers, missionaries, seminarians, teachers, professors, etc.), consider contributing your voice to our blog! Typically our entries are anywhere from 250-800 words long, and they all fall under the general category of “telling our stories.” More specifically, what this might look like is:
What have you been learning lately?
What are your frustrations, struggles, or victories?
What have you been thinking about?
2) Recommend Asian American women leaders for us to spotlight.
One major difficulty for upcoming Asian American women leaders is picturing oneself in leadership, having seen few women leaders to model after. However, it’s not that Asian American women leaders don’t exist — they do! Through spotlight interviews, we are hoping to introduce these Asian American women leaders to a wider audience. If you know of an evangelical Asian American woman in leadership that we can interview, please recommend her to us!
If you’d like to help us out in any of the ways listed above, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to hear from you soon!