SAY Principal Project Coordinator
Senior Lecturer/Director, Korean Language Program
East Asian Studies, Princeton University
SAY Project Coordinator
Senior Lector & Korean Language Program Coordinator
East Asian Language and Literatures, Yale University
Founder, Co-Executive Director
Yongmin is passionate about SAY and hails from Seoul, Korea. He studies at Princeton University, pursuing a degree in Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs. He is a huge fan of sports and music, and never turns down a chance to have fun.
Quan is from the sunny state of Florida and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where he studied Political Science and Journalistic Writing. He combines his passion for language learning and videography through SAY and is excited to help take the organization to new heights. An avid cook and dancer, he is always up to try something new!
Sangwon is a graduate of Seogang University where she double majored in history and business management. She has been interested in social entrepreneurship with a focused passion for senior related projects and businesses. With field experience from working at companies like Ashoka, Sangwon is ready to transform the senior business landscape as SAY’s leader.
Gigi graduated from the University of Pennsylvania as a Communication major, and found her passion for public service while working with nonprofit clients at a PR firm in New York. As the Managing Director of SAY, she wants to create an active senior community in Korea.
Youth Ambassador (Yale University)
John is a Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology major at Yale University, interested in the intersection of global health and development. John is dedicated to bringing the vision of SAY to Yale and excited about where things will go in the future. John is a movie lover and plays frisbee in his free time!
Youth Ambassador (Princeton University)
Julie is currently studying Civil Engineering at Princeton University with the dream of designing buildings in the future. She is passionate about bringing seniors and students together to achieve SAY’s vision. Julie loves playing board games, watching sports, and listening to music.
Social Impact Researcher
Nhu Ngoc recently completed her Masters’ in Public Health at Tulane University prior to her arrival in Seoul as a Fulbright Junior Researcher. Her academic interest focuses on the interactions between society, behavior, and development in relations to health. Passionate about improving elderly health and well-being in Korea, she is dedicated to helping SAY achieve its goal of creating social impact through its social entrepreneurship and social innovation efforts.
Hyewon finds it fascinating how through conversation, hearts can be moved. As a Molecular Biology major at Princeton, she is thankful to also be able to explore the exciting field of neuroscience. She enjoys running and drawing.
Jeongmin loves designing. A prospective Electrical Engineering major at Princeton University, he always makes sure to find time in his studies to dedicate himself into experimenting with graphic arts. Jeongmin finds the social entrepreneurial facet of SAY exciting, and wishes to play a key role in its visual communication
Program Developer(Hanyang University)
Seungwon is a Computer Science and Engineering major at Hanyang University, and creating a web site and information system of SAY. He want to create a web site that can help seniors and students learning and communication. Seungwon enjoys software development.