NAHJ revamps online presence

 The Bay Area Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists began renovating its digital presence in August to enable members to access their benefits online, according to a chapter spokesperson. The new website will create a space where members can discover professional development opportunities and social gatherings. It will also be a place where news bureau leaders can learn how to sensitively cover issues that are salient in communities that include people of color. The developer who is working on the site says she expects it to be fully functional by the end of August 2014.