Thursday, May 13, 2021

Sung Yeon Choimorrow

Sung Yeon Choimorrow is a first-generation immigrant working mom and serves as Executive Director of NAPAWF, the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum. She came to NAPAWF as their National Field Director to build a base of community leaders most affected by NAPAWF’s policy areas: immigrant rights, economic justice, and reproductive health, and she now oversees the organizing team.


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