Opinion: NAHJ Must Reinvent itself, Just as Many of Its Members Have
The theme for this year’s National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ convention is “Un Nuevo Amanecer: A New Day for Our Story.” As we gather in Orlando over the next few days, these words have become more fitting than we initially envisioned.
Soon after the convention ends, the organization will be reducing its staff to an executive director and one part-time staffer. Executive director Iván Román announced his resignation in April and will be leaving his position later this summer. A search for a replacement is ongoing.