Hello! Meet Jamie Noh.
Hi! My name is Jamie Noh. I use she/her pronouns. I’m a third generation Korean American from New York City. I’m a senior at UC Berkeley studying Political Science and Asian American and Asian Diaspora studies. I’m so excited to be a part of the +Collected oral history team and looking forward to getting the opportunity to talk to and learn from older activists who are advocating for the Asian American community. I am passionate about building on their work and helping other Asian Americans learn more about the history of racial solidarity as well as facilitating the envisioning what radical racial solidarity looks like in 2020.
On campus, I’m involved in education advocacy with a club called Education Reimagined in the Bay, currently pushing for stronger ethnic studies curriculum in K-12 schools in California. I am also the chair of the Asian Pacific Islander Issues Conference, a conference that focuses on creating dialogue on current issues in the API community in the Bay Area. In my free time, I like watching Korean variety shows, listening to music, reading books by API authors and drinking lots of coffee!