Juju Chang is an Emmy Award-winning correspondant for ABC News and currently serves as a special correspondent and fill-in anchor for Nightline. Previously she was the news anchor for ABC’s Good Morning America from 2009–2011. She also hosts "Moms Get Real," a digital show for ABC News NOW aimed at cracking the facade of perfect mommyhood.
Chang has covered breaking news of the devastating earthquake in Haiti and the deadly mine disaster in West Virginia. She received an Emmy Award for team coverage of theCalifornia wildfires. She won one of her two Gracies for a "20/20" story on gender equality in the sciences. Her hour long "20/20" reports include an in-depth look at the impact on foreign adoptions gone wrong; the struggles of people with Albinism globally, including the plight of Tanzanian albinos; and an intimate portrait of one family dealing with gender transition.
Chang’s award-winning investigative reports include the case of Hannah Overton, a youngTexas mother of five sentenced to life in prison for the salt-poisoning death of her foster son, Andrew Burd. She has also examined the juvenile justice system through the case of 11-year-old accused killer Jordan Brown.
Born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in California, Chang graduated with honors from Stanford University with a BA in political science and communication. At Stanford, she was awarded the Edwin Cotrell Political Science Prize. Chang is married to Neal Shapiro and has three sons. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a founding board member of the Korean American Community Foundation.