Suk Rhee (she/her) serves as AAPIP’s Vice President of Programs. In addition to her previous staff and board roles in philanthropy, Suk has worked with organizations in civic engagement and community organizing in New Mexico, Utah, California and Oregon. Community self-determination and solidarity for racial, social and economic justice are the values expressed across her work in health, housing, democracy, and environmental and economic justice. Inspired by her previous experiences as an AAPIP member and a former board member, Suk is honored to serve AAPIP’s outstanding network of giving circles, individuals, institutions and partners in this role. Suk also serves on several boards of nonprofit organizations working with individuals on Medicaid and promoting civil rights and civil liberties.
Suk’s family immigrated to the United States when she was a child, landing in North Carolina. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College and master of arts degree in whole systems design from Antioch University.