Program Specialist

Rebekah Kiric Program Specialist, KAC

Intake Coordinator

Jamie MoonIntake CoordinatorRonald Lee is a certified mediator and a Senior Manager, Strategic Development. His work includes external communications, grant evaluation and writing, strategic partnerships, data and analytics, program implementation, leadership development, staff engagement, and business strategy. Ronald holds bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA and master’s in industrial and labor Relations from Cornell University.…

Partner, CKP, LLP

Tim YuPartner, CKP, LLP

Senior Manager, Business Analytics, Bimbo Bakeries USA

Aaron PyonSenior Manager, Business Analytics, Bimbo Bakeries USA

Director of Talent Acquisitions, Bank of Hope

Vivian HuangDirector of Talent Acquisitions, Bank of Hope

Partner, McDermott Will & Emery

Zena HoPartner, McDermott Will & Emery

Community Relations Manager, Southern California Gas Company

Crystal WilliamsCommunity Relations Manager, Southern California Gas Company

Cornell University 2021

Gene WhangHometown, Palos Verdes, CAAt first, I was reluctant to attend the NCLC, because I thought that the conference was for people who struggled with their Korean-American identity. Since over half of my friends are Korean and almost all those who aren’t are Asian, I never felt isolated or targeted due to my ethnicity. Because…

Oregon State University 2021

Sara TajanlangitHometown, Fountain Valley, CAWhen my family immigrated to a small suburb near Los Angeles County when I was 10, I began referring to Koreans as the “invisible Asians.” The only reason was that whenever someone saw my last name, they would most definitely ask me, “are you Chinese? No? Then Japanese?” and, “Korean? Wait,…

UC San Diego 2022

Joshua SuhHometown, La Crescenta, CAWhen my family immigrated to a small suburb near Los Angeles County when I was 10, I began referring to Koreans as the “invisible Asians.” The only reason was that whenever someone saw my last name, they would most definitely ask me, “are you Chinese? No? Then Japanese?” and, “Korean? Wait,…