Ted Fang is a co-founder of the Hep B Free campaign. He is the Executive Director of the AsianWeek Foundation, which also produces the annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration in San Francisco, the largest one-day gathering of Asians in America. Fang's work is to bring the community together.
Fang has a degree in Ethnic Studies and is passionate about community and diversity. He served as chairperson for Mobilization against AIDS, and as director for the Chinese American Democratic Club and the Bay to Breakers Foundation. Fang has led The San Francisco Examiner, AsianWeek, and the Independent Newspaper Group. He sat on the executive committee of the California Newspaper Publisher's Association and wa a founding director of the California Free Press Association. He was a founding member of the Asian American Journalists Association and New American Media.
Fang is a Co-Founder and Steering Committee member of the San Francisco Hep B Free campaign, the largest collaborative effort ever in the APIA community. Hep B Free - Bay Area seeks to set a national model for overcoming hepatitis B disease. It is a systemwide approach for prevention of this deadly disease.