Ep. 25 - Verbal Communications Through the Lens of Journalism | Traci Lee
1st Mentor Podcast
Are you struggling with starting a conversation with someone you don’t know such as in a network setting or even during an interview? In this episode, we are speaking with Traci G. Lee, an award-winning producer with experience in journalism, digital media and video and audio production. She shares her journey from being an introvert to interviewing celebrities like Daniel Dae Kim, Matt Damon and many others while giving tons of tips to improve your verbal communication skills.
E026 Alopecia, Great Journalism, Matt Damon & Dawson's Creek with Traci Lee
Our guest today is Traci Lee. Where do I start when I introduce Traci? She is an award-winning producer, a journalist, and previously oversaw NBC Asian America at NBC News. She helped launch MSNBC.com's first website, I'm going to stop here because you'll learn so much more about her as you listen. I met Traci last year, and I was super impressed not only by our casual conversation about alopecia, but the investment she has put into sharing Asian-American history is something that drew me in even more. So today, you get a fantastic history lesson, talk about alopecia, a peek into what it's like to interview Matt Damon, and insight into a little-known podcast that grew exponentially by unforeseen circumstance. https://traciglee.com/ https://www.instagram.com/traciglee/ https://twitter.com/traciglee https://twitter.com/dawsonsspeakpod https://www.facebook.com/tracigarlinglee
163: Traci Lee on Racializing Pandemics, Media Diversity, NBC Asian America
Model Majority Podcast
Traci Lee (@traciglee) former Managing Editor of NBA Asian America and current fellow at USC’s Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism talks to Kevin (@kevinsxu) about the racialization of pandemics during the COVID-19 health crisis,...
So you took a chance, made a change, & broke away (thanks, Kelly Clarkson) from a past version of yourself - your career, a relationship, a city. And now you’ll spread your wings & learn how to fly, right? Eh.. maybe after an identity crisis, sleepless nights & poorly timed shopping spree or three. On this episode of First Of All, Minji sits down with Traci Lee, a journalist & former Digital Editorial Manager of NBC Asian America. Together they talk through Traci’s recent decision to leave her job, & a huge part of her life’s work, as she moves on to explore the great unknown & write the next chapter of her life. They discuss the doubts, fears, a-ha moments, failures, & courage that comes with major life changes. They also share some tips on everyone’s most dreaded professional activity - NETWORKING. Seriously, how DO you make small talk with an absolute stranger or pitch yourself at an event without looking like a thirsty, idiotic weirdo? Beats us, but they’ve got a couple how-to pearls of wisdom to help carry you through your next happy hour. Godspeed. This week's guest: Traci G. Lee - @traciglee Follow Minji on: Twitter (@minjeeeezy) Instagram (@minjeezy) Our theme song is "Yellow Ranger" by Awkwafina Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter and support our Patreon This podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective Produced by @marvinyueh
On this week's KollabCast we welcome Traci Lee, the editor of NBC Asian America, one of the few Asian American newsdesks among the mainstream media outlets. Traci chats with us about covering Asian Americans in the news, and finding representation in stories beyond entertainment and casting. For this week's roundtable, we talk about unnecessary casting in movies (specifically Aladdin), speaking out, and books! This week’s intro & outro music is “Dive” from Kollaboration SF (& the Voice) alum Tim Atlas As always, send us your listener emails at email@example.com Learn more about the KollabCast and listen to past episodes here Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify, Radio Public or via our RSS feed (http://kollaboration.libsyn.com/rss) Follow our guest at: Traci Lee @traciglee NBC Asian America Follow our hosts at: @minjeeeezy @marvinyueh The KollabCast is a podcast about pop culture and the creative life from an Asian American perspective A proud member of the Potluck Podcast Collective