Kyung B. Yoon
Kyung B. Yoon is a leader in building philanthropy and investments to address critical needs in the Asian American community. As a co-founder and current president of KACF, she has helped develop the foundation to be a leading funder of Korean and Asian American community organizations in the Greater New York City area, and to become a recognized model for inclusive and participatory philanthropy in immigrant communities.
Deputy Director and Director of Programs
Brennan Gang oversees KACF’s grantmaking and other program-related initiatives. Most recently, she served as Program Officer for the New York Women’s Foundation where she helped to manage over $2 million grantmaking budget, including strategic review and analysis of grant applications, and develop short- and long-term strategies in three areas of work: grantmaking, capacity building, and public education and advocacy.
Sarah F. Song
Sarah F. Song works with KACF’s staff, board members and volunteers on fundraising strategies. She is a founder of a youth leadership development program called Project Anchor. She was formerly at the Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative (BVMI) as a Korean Healthcare Program Manager and built and launched the Korean program to provide free primary care to low-income, uninsured Korean Americans.
Catherine Jung coordinates information and workflow for KACF’s leadership, and supports events management and online fundraising initiatives. She was formerly at The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), first as a Development Associate, and then as Administrative Coordinator for the Foundation Relations team. Prior to NYBG, Cat started her career at Studio in a School.