Min Kyung did her undergraduate work in Social Education, Teacherís College, Sung-Shin Womenís University in Seoul, Korea and received a Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) degree at the University of Pennsylvania. Before coming to the U.S., she worked, in 1994-1996, as a program coordinator and interim representative of Student Exchange program and International Leadership program of Youth and Young Adults in Korea and Japan under the Asian Division of World Council of Churches (WCC). Also, she was involved for eight years in varied community outreach programs and case managements for working adolescents and low-income young adults, juvenile delinquents, orphanages, and young international workers in Seoul, Korea.
In the U.S., Min Kyung handled case management for disability program at Mission Resource Institute (MRI) in 1997-1998. In 1998-1999, she, as a student intern, analyzed state policies of children and family services at the Commissioner of the Office of Policy, Planning, and Analysis, Children and Youth Division, Philadelphia Department of Human Services. She has continued her study on social welfare, concentrating on children and family services while working at the Center for the Study of Youth Policy as a research assistant since 1999. Currently, Min Kyung is a statistical analyst at the Center for Intervention & Practice Research, University of Pennsylvania.
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