Wonseok Song is the founder and executive director of the Korean American Grassroots Conference (KAGC), the largest nation-wide network of Korean American voters. With expertise in civic lobbying in the U.S. Congress, Wonseok is responsible for planning, overseeing, and evaluating both KAGC programs by developing partnerships, budgeting, and reviewing staff performances. Formerly, he served as Program Director at Korean American Civic Empowerment (KACE), a voting rights advocacy organization dedicated to active civic engagement, community education, and grassroots action, where he had joined in 2010 as a volunteer during his graduate studies. Wonseok has a background in business administration, theology, Christian Education at Union Presbyterian Seminary (VA), and non-profit management at Columbia University (NY).
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