Listen Jolene Jang as a guest on podcasts
For those who know Jolene Jang as the Fun Specialist, Conference Reporter and Culture Explorer, being a social justice advocate seems like 180 degrees from fun. That is true, but someone’s got to do it.
True, it is not fun. This is Jolene. I prefer goofy, giggles and games, but Asian Americans are being attacked meanwhile no one even knows how often this is happening. The general public has no idea the impact of the spectrum of hate hurled at Asian Americans. I share my perspective on day 20 and 94 of the fight against Anti-Asian hate.
Podcast about building confidence and what is needed to fight for visibility
John Barrett and Jolene take a hard look at the unheralded violence in America and discuss STOP ASIAN HATE CRIMES.
Collecting Confidence – John Barrett – Instagram
Star Wars Podcast. Jolene is brought into to explain what happened to the first BIPOC Female lead Kelly Marie Tran
Joey Krikorian, host of the Star Wars Podcast Krypton To Alderaan discuss the importance of Asian American representation in pop culture and media.
Roomblock is an event and hospitality podcast and Jolene brings in the impact on Asians (AANHPIs)
Jen Salerno, RoomBlockPodcast, interviews event professionals to share their unique perspectives on their journeys, inspirations, and challenges so you can gain insight into different facets of the industry.
Join two event planners and strategists to learn about event strategy and actions that you can use today as an event host, planner, or manager.
In this week’s episode, we sit down with Asian Inclusivity Consultant, @jolenejang to talk about celebrating the AANHPI community at events, why we need to avoid whitewashing cultures, and the importance of correct name pronunciation and more. As event professionals, our industry is dedicated to creating experiences that help people feel safe, included, and celebrate so give this week’s episode a listen to learn how you can create more inclusive events.
GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp is a podcast with a wide variety of perspectives
Genesis, wrote a book “Chocolate Drop in Corporate America” which is about her experience in the oil industry as Black woman. Genesis has chosen to speak up for not only minorities but also anyone who has been slighted on the job in any way.
The E-Spot is an interview show with leaders in Entertainment, Esthetics (Beauty/Fashion), and Design.
This episode is about bridging allies. Camille interviewed Black Allyship Leader, Lecia Michelle and Jolene Jang, Asian Ally Leader. Camille Kauer was awarded Best Radio Personality by Cary Magazine in 2020, the first woman and person of color to win in their 20+ year history. interview show with leaders in Entertainment, Esthetics (Beauty/Fashion), and Design.