The Associate Board is a group of professionals who share the mission of our Foundation. As ambassadors of KACF, the Associate Board raises awareness of community issues and develops a new generation of philanthropists by mentoring young professionals in the Korean American community.
Jennifer Kang is a Marketing Manager for the Collaboration Technology Group at Cisco Systems, the worldwide leader in IT and networking. In her role, she manages collaboration marketing with Cisco’s channel partners and the Consultant Liaison Program. Prior to Cisco, she served as Marketing Director at DVTEL (now FLIR Systems), a manufacturer of video management systems and Marketing Specialist at Kratos Public Safety & Security, a physical security systems integrator. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Government/Law from Lafayette College. She enjoys traveling and watching hockey.
Daniel Chi is a Registered Associate at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, working with a team to provide Financial Planning and Investment Management services to families and business owners. He is currently licensed as a General Securities Representative and as an Investment Advisor Representative. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Daniel built out a network as a recruiter in the systematic trading space while sourcing talent for quant hedge funds and investment banks. Daniel received his B.Sc in Finance from Lehigh University, where he served on the executive board of the Chi Phi Fraternity. Away from the office, Daniel is a self-taught musician, who was previously a band leader at his local Korean church. He also enjoys downhill skiing, board games, and experimenting in the kitchen.
Matt Cho is currently an Analyst at Goldman Sachs within the Urban Investment Group - a domestic, multi-asset class investing business seeking to drive “double bottom line” results by deploying the firm’s capital in underserved communities across the United States, generating both financial return and social impact. Prior to this role, Matt worked within the Risk Division at Goldman Sachs, covering the Investment Banking and Consumer Banking (Marcus) businesses. Matt received a BBA in Finance from the College of William and Mary with a minor in Mathematics and is also part of the 2019 KACF Community Grants Committee. In his free time, Matt enjoys playing in recreational sport leagues, fantasy football and basketball, Fortnite, and 9man Volleyball for NACIVT.
Jenny is a consultant with Deloitte Consulting and focuses on serving financial institutions. She received a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles. Jenny enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Lina Jung is a Research Program Director in the area of blood cancers at the Icahn School of
Medicine at Mount Sinai. She oversees global research initiatives in innovative lab research and
clinical trials to improve the lives of patients, which are funded by state, federal, industry and
philanthropic grants. Prior to this role, she worked at academic institutions focusing in grants
management and in R&D at a biotechnology company in Boston. She holds a Master of Science
in Biochemistry and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from McGill University. Highlights of her
volunteer experience includes traveling to Cambodia to provide a rural community with access
to clean water and build an elementary school as well as serving as the Project Manager for a
charity run, Gwatermala RunForH2O, that raised funds to bring access to clean water to a rural
village in Guatemala. She enjoys reading in coffee shops, planning her next travel adventures
and exploring the city one restaurant at a time.
Doyeun Kim has served the United Nations for five years in various communications roles, including most recently for UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, producing stories about global and equitable access to health, education and protection for children. She previously worked in media, and her writing has been published in The Atlantic and The Korea Times, among other platforms. Doyeun has a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Writing Seminars from Johns Hopkins University.
Christina Lee is a Vice President in the Treasury and Trade Solutions division of Citibank. She is currently leading a team in the Global Trade Portfolio Management group. Prior to joining Citibank, Christina earned her BS in Mathematics with a minor in Spanish from Villanova University. Christina has been member of KACF's Community Grants Committee. In her free time, Christina likes to plan activities for her Girl Scouts as their Troop Leader. She also enjoys traveling to exotic destinations and cooking new dishes.
Dong Joo Lee
Dong Joo Lee is currently a federal prosecutor. He clerked for Judge Roslynn R. Mauskopf and Judge Dora L. Irizarry, both of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Dong also served six years in the US Navy.
Dong has been recognized as a “Best Under 40 Attorney” by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and as a “Hometown Hero” by U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey’s 5th District.
Dong received his B.A. from Boston College, his M.P.A. from Brooklyn College, and his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School.
Jiho Song is a Director in AT&T's Strategy and Business Development group supporting AT&T's Mobility and Entertainment businesses. He is responsible for helping define the strategic direction to expand reach and monetization of AT&T’s core video and mobility businesses as well as identifying and evaluating new adjacent industries for AT&T to participate in. He is also responsible for evaluating and executing video and mobility partnerships. Prior to AT&T, Jiho was a Vice President in RBC Capital Markets' media and telecom investment banking group where he executed a number of corporate finance transactions. Jiho received his MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business and his BA in Economics from the University of Chicago. In his spare time, Jiho enjoys golf and is an co-founder/advisor to Canvass Labs, a pre-seed software startup that is developing AI-based software code scanning tools for cyber-security.
Hyun Yang is currently an Associate at the Blackstone Group, where he focuses on investments across infrastructure sectors including transportation, energy (utilities, midstream and renewables), communications and water & waste in an approach that emphasizes responsible stewardship and community engagement. Prior to joining Blackstone, Hyun was an Analyst in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs focused on M&A and equity / debt financings for industrial companies. Hyun received his BS in Mathematics and Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In his free time, Hyun continues his passion for music and enjoys spending time with family and friends.