- Interviewed for Chicago Tribune article. "Interracial marriage: Mixing in matching." July 11, 2012.
- Facilitated film screening and discussion at Brooklyn Historical Society around the short, Multifacial. February 1, 2012.
- Facilitated discussion, "Mixed Identity: The Personal and the Political" for NYU's Biracial and Multiracial Student Association (BAMSA). December 12, 2011.
- Delivered a workshop to managers on "Preparing for the Performance Review Conversation" at Harlem RBI. December 6, 2011.
- "Diversity is About More Than Numbers and Elections." Alternet. December 5, 2011.
- Co-facilitated a discussion at Wellesley College about the film, Anomaly. November 30, 2011.
- "Despite What Herman Cain Says, Racism is Still a Critical Issue in 2012." PolicyMic. November 29, 2011.
- Co-facilitated a discussion of controversial novel, The Help, for American Jewish World Service and Pursue. November 9, 2011.
- Guest lectured for Professor Doris Chang's undergraduate course in Culture, Ethnicity, and Mental Health at New School University. November 8, 2011.
- Original poem "Concrete Steps" featured on One City, One Prompt. November 8, 2011.
- Spoke on a panel about "Citizenship in the Millenial America" as a part of the Roosevelt Institute 2011 National Summit. November 7, 2011
- Appeared on podcast, Is That Your Child to discuss mixed heritage identity and community organizing. November 4, 2011.
- Moderated a panel and discussion about mixed heritage identity and culturally mixed communities for ~70 people at the Brooklyn Historical Society. September 26, 2011.
- Received nomination for Jewish Community Heroes of 2011. September 21, 2011.
- "What Are You?" Brooklyn Historical Society Blog. September 12, 2011.
- "From Invincible to in tune." A Liberated Life. September 12, 2011.
- Facilitator for staff conversation on multiracial identity at Brooklyn Historical Society. September 7, 2011.
- "Interracial Dating – The Mixed Race Panel." Racialicious. August 26, 2011.
- Appeared in the film, Anomaly: A Documentary Film About Multiracial Identity. 2011.
- Sat on two panels at the Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference at DePaul University. "Critical Dialogues on the Future of Mixed Race Studies" and "Community-Based Multiracial Movements: Learning from the Past, Looking toward the Future." November 5-6, 2010.
- Honored by alma mater, Townsend Harris, and inducted in the Townsend Harris Alumni Association Hall of Fame as a 25@25 Awardee. 2010.
- Featured in YES! Magazine's "America: The Remix" Issue. "Jen Chau Forms Swirl, Unites Communities." (the issue features "stories of the people and collaborations that are helping our nation finally accept its identity as a multiracial society"). March 4, 2010.
- Guest talk on "Multiracial Identity & Multiracial Families" for parents and teachers at the Calhoun School in New York City. February 28, 2010.
- Appeared in Blended Nation: Portraits and Interviews of Mixed-Race America, a book by Mike Tauber and Pamela Singh. Published on August 11, 2009.
- Presented a workshop at Inside the Activists' Studio. December 7, 2008.
- Appeared on NPR with Ronald Takaki. "Living in a Multicultural America." December 5, 2008.
- Interviewed by Cole Krawitz of JVoices.com. "Jen Chau Reflects on Her Work as a Change-Maker for Mixed-Race Communities. December 3, 2008.
- "I love fake radio interviews: about Obama and race." Racialicious. September 25, 2008.
- Guest on The Brian Lehrer Show. "Mixed Up." August 21, 2008.
- Interviewed for CNN article. "Behind the Scenes: Is Barack Obama black or biracial?" June 9, 2008.
- Featured on Idealist's blog. "Staying healthy and sane while working for change." May 27, 2008.
- Featured on Memoirs of a Jewminicana blog. "Reflections on JCC Talk on Jews of Color." May 14, 2008.
- Spoke on panel at JCC for a talk on Jews of Color. April 2008.
- Appeared in Making Multiracials: State, Family, and Market in the Redrawing of the Color Line, a book by Kimberly DaCosta. Published on March 14, 2007.
- Appeared on CNN's Paula Zahn Now to comment on the Survivor competition that divided teams by race. 2006.
- Appeared in Fade: My Journeys in Multiracial America, a book by Elliott Lewis. Published on December 29, 2006.
- Appeared on MSNBC Live to comment on the divisive nature of the current Survivor season. August 2006.
- Appeared as commentatory on NPR. "Mixed Couples Get No Love from Greeting Cards." February 14, 2006.
- Essay published in Mimic the Devil: Stories, Essays, and Poems by Mawi Asgedom and Friends. 2006.
- Featured in The Atlanta Jewish Times Online. "Jews of Many Colors." December 22, 2005.
- Panel speaker at The Jewish Outreach Institute Convention in Atlanta. "Connecting to our Diverse Populations." December 2005.
- Facilitated a discussion for The Young Korean American Network. "Fetishists and Race Traitors." June 16, 2005.
- Featured on The Jewish Outreach Institute's Blog. "The Larger Trend." May 3, 2005.
- Quoted in NYTimes Article. "When You Contain Multitudes." April 24, 2005.
- Speaker at the APA Women's Collegiate Conference for a plenary titled "Embracing the Different Sides of Ourselves." November 13, 2004.
- "More Than Chicken Chow Mein." Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues. Fall 2004.
- Facilitated a discussion for the The Young Korean American Network. "Mixed Race Asians and Interracial Relationships." March 18, 2004.
- Appeared on the John Walsh Show: "Multiracial - Where do I belong?" to comment on the resources that exist for multiracial people. February 2004.
- Appeared on Naked New York on MetroTV to talk about Swirl. April 2003.
- Moderated panel at the 6th Annual Pan-Collegiate Conference on the Mixed Race Experience at Smith College. "Involvement in Mixed Race Communities Outside of College." April 6, 2002.
- Guest on the Ananda Lewis Show to discuss what interracial couples need to think about when having mixed race children. 2002.
- Appeared on CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports to discuss her experiences as a multiracial woman. 2000.
- Appeared in What Are You?: Voices of Mixed-Race Young People, a book by Pearl Fuyo Gaskins. Published on June 15, 1999.
- Recognized in Hyphen Magazine for work with Addicted to Race. Listed as one of Top 10 Asian American Blogs (and a podcast).