In addition to academic and faith-based venues, I have consulted and/or presented for a range of corporations and non-profit organizations including Uber, CohnReznick, Analysis Group, Legal Services NYC, and the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. 

Selected Recent Appearances

Reckoning and Reimagining: Envisioning a Faithful Presence in the Liberal Arts

Jane Hong’s keynote address at a Lilly Foundation Conference, hosted by Azusa Pacific University, May 2021.  

Moving Forward Together Roundtable at Uber

AAPI Hate, Covid, and Where We Go from Here

Uber’s first “Moving Forward Together” roundtable about violence and hate directed against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.

The Asian American Experience: The Model Minority Myth & Anti-Asian Hate

The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, in partnership with FACE, webinar on dispelling the Asian model myth minority stereotype, understanding and dismantling biases toward Asian Americans, and examining how to best invest in social capital to enhance quality of life and relationships between our communities, May 2021.

Hope AAPI Town Hall

Looking Back to Look Ahead – The Untold AAPI Story

Featuring Historian Dr. Jane Hong, Former Queens Borough President Sharon Lee, Educator and Advocate Jane Kim, and Community Leader & Former White House Advisor Michelle Millben, May 2021.

The Undertold Stories of the Asian American Movement for Liberation

Harvard Club of Southern California, May 2021

Jane Hong appears as part of a panel of experts discussing anti-Asian racism across US History and stories of Asian American activism.

Princeton Theological Seminary Talk

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context

Beyond Diversity Episode 5 with Jane Hong

The Center for Racial Reconciliation at Nyack College, December 2020.

Interconnected Panel Discussion

Confronting Racial Prejudices between Asian American & Black Communities (May 2020)

Sponsored by Asian American Christian Collaborative – AACC

Lived Theology Lecture

Asian Americans and U.S. Civil Rights Movements

The Project on Lived Theology, University of Virginia, November/December 2020