Ron Chew

 

Writer, Editor, Historian, Community Advocate

 

See “About Ron

Ron Chew

Carmela Lim

Editor and Designer

 

After working for a couple of small and medium-sized print publications in the Seattle area, Carmela's career path has led her to the world of marketing communications. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from the University of Washington.  Her experience in marketing communications includes designing annual reports, brochures, direct-mail pieces, print advertisements, program booklets, logos and web pages; developing press releases; and writing scripts for TV and radio spots. She currently works as a full-time Marketing Communications Specialist for a Seattle-based cable company and enjoys working on freelance and pro-bono projects for non-profit organizations.

 

Contact: mcarmela.lim@gmail.com

 

Shannon Gee

Interviewer, Videographer

 

Shannon Gee is a Seattle based producer, director and writer. Shannon worked on a number of award winning national documentaries including Conscience and the Constitution, a documentary on the Heart Mountain internment camp draft resisters, Smothered, a documentary on the censorship struggles of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, The Meaning of Food for PBS, documentaries for The Discovery Channel and the PBS documentary Vaudeville: An American Masters Special.  In Seattle, she has produced, directed and written a number of pieces for the Wing Luke Asian Museum, including Finding a Home in Chinatown and If Tired Hands Could Talk, an oral history documentary focusing on Seattle’s garment industry and its women workers. Shannon currently works with the Seattle Channel as Senior Producer for the Emmy award winning Community Stories, a documentary series about the diverse communities in Seattle.  

 

Contact:  shannongee@earthlink.net

Debbie Louie

Debbie Louie
Graphic and Web Design
 

After stints in the nonprofit arts and teaching English in Seattle, Queretaro, Mexico, and Taipei, Debbie is now on her third career as a contract Web designer. She earned her certification at Seattle Central Community College, where she also served as interim art gallery curator. Debbie has worked on several local publications, including Hum bows Not Hot Dogs!, Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans (1st ed.), and Cathay Post #186 of the American Legion 50th anniversary booklet. In her spare time, Debbie works with local jeweler Francesca Lacagnina, and perhaps will launch another career someday fabricating her own line of jewelry.

 

Contact: www.debbielouie.com

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Project Associates

Our Team:

Edward Echtle

Edward Echtle

Researcher, Writer, Editor

 

Edward holds an MA in US History and specializes in Pacific Northwest  immigration and labor.  He was adjunct faculty at  The Evergreen State College and Saint Martin’s University, served as the vice president of the Olympia Historical Society, on the Thurston County Historic Commission and  on the Olympia Heritage Commission.   In 2008 Edward managed the reconstruction of the historic Yick Fung Mercantile and Canton Alley Apartment #6, permanent exhibits in the new Wing Luke Museum.  Currently Edward serves on the board of the Olympia Historical Society.

 

Contact: echtle@chewcommunications.com

Pei Chou

Videographer, writer

 

Graduated in 2010 from the University of Washington as a communication major, Pei is an up and coming videographer and writer in Seattle's API scene. With her passion in story-telling and interest in media, she has worked closely with many non-profits in the community, including the International Examiner, OCA-Greater Seattle, International Community Health Service (ICHS), the Japanese American Citizen's League (JACL), and many more. Currently she is running an online vlog/ production company (thepookii.com) in which she hopes to one day turn into a magazine catering to Asian American women. 

 

Contact: pei@thepookii.com

Pei Chou