The incoming senior at Temple City High School will serve as senior editor and acting editor-in-chief this summer.
Written by AMY FAN / Published July 13, 2012
The Temple City Voice has named its next senior editor.
Last month, the Temple City Voice appointed Tiffany Kha, currently the photography manager, to succeed outgoing senior editor Vincent Wei.
“We’re thrilled to have chosen Tiffany for the position,” says Lu Chen, advisor to the Temple City Voice. “We have great expectations for her this coming year.”
As the next senior editor, Kha has a large role to fill, especially while the incoming editor-in-chief, Yinting Huang, is away in China. Kha tells us this will not serve as a challenge to her.
“I’m excited to take on the responsibility and I’m going to handle it the way I handle most things – positively with lot of energy and by obsessively planning,” Kha said.
She has been a member of the Voice since her junior year and was appointed to her current position last December.
In addition to serving as the photography manager, Kha has a lot of experience with leadership and management.
“I’ve been in a lot of different clubs and taken on several leadership roles in the past, and last year I was the art manager for TCV. I feel like in that position, I gained a lot of knowledge about the inner workings of TCV & it kind of prepared me to take on the role of senior editor.”
Overall, Kha is ready to take on her role as the Senior Editor and acting Editor-in-Chief
“I really liked working with TCV in the past and I’m happy to take on a larger role,” said Kha. “I’ve always liked to write, and being senior editor should be fun!”
She officially steps into her new position on August 1, 2012.
“It’s an exciting time for this organization,” Matthew Wong, Founder and Executive Director of the Temple City Voice, said. “We are in the process of transiting another leadership as we prepare for our seventh year of publishing. In the coming weeks, we will be announcing our next executive team for 2012-2013. Stay tuned.”
The Temple City Voice was founded in July 2006 and has had seven individuals serve as editors and only a handful as senior editors.