“KACF has been equipping and planting young leaders in Korean American nonprofits through its Fellowship program”
Since our founding in 2002, the Korean American Community Foundation (KACF) has been tackling economic insecurity in the Korean and Asian American communities in New York. One of our key strategies to achieve this goal has been to invest in our communities by attracting and developing Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) talent.
We share what we are learning in this blog post by KACF President Kyung Yoon, published this week on Philanthropy New York’s “Insights.”
In the blog, we talk about Monica, KACF Capacity Building Fellow 2019, as an example of home-grown talent serving her immigrant community. You can watch her story from our recent Gala, here: