Who We Are
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bright Limm (Chair) is a of the CUNY School of Law. He splits his time between tutoring middle and high school students and doing civic and political work at KAPA. Bright received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University in 2006.
David Ng is currently a volunteer community organizer and activist. He is the former Chief of Staff for Assembly Member Nily Rozic (AD-25), and previously also worked at Asian Americans for Equality where he mobilized the Asian American community for greater civic participation and social progress in immigration, affordable housing, and community development. After graduating from Binghamton University with a BA in Political Science and Economics, where he was involved with the Vietnamese Student Association and New York Public Interest Group, he decided to focus on public service and work for the underserved. As a native New Yorker, he enjoys exploring the food and shops of the diverse neighborhoods of New York City.
John Park is a recent transplant from Chicago. While working on a PhD in literature at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he taught a variety of classes themed around cultural studies, his goal was to bridge Chicago’s Asian American academic, community service, art, and political groups. In this capacity, he became a founding member of both the Midwest Asian American Graduate Student Organization and the Greater Chicago Asian American Studies group, served on the Korean American Community Services Board and Asian American Resource and Cultural Center Advisory Board, was involved in the Chicago Asian American Artists Collective, and actively worked on local campaigns and ballot initiatives. In New York, John works in the nonprofit sector on community initiatives while doing some writing and editing on the side.
Christopher M. Pak is an Investment Officer for the New York City pension funds in the New York City Comptroller’s Office. Prior to joining the NYC Comptroller’s Office, Chris worked in the Financial Advisory practice at Public Financial Management where he advised state, local governments, and non-profit institutions on the issuance of municipal bonds as well as on best practices for governmental finance. Chris received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Harvard University.
Julie Ae Kim
Bright Limm (see above)
David Ng (see above)