People & Groups

by mijudaily posted Oct 30, 2015


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Korean-American community of North Texas boasts an array of professionals and groups involved in various fields.



DFW Korean School Principals' Council
Contact Person: Ji Hyun Lim, President
Description: North Texas Korean-American community has tens of Korean schools. While many Korean schools are run by Korean churches, some are run by non-religious entities. Non-religious Korean schools are Greater Dallas Korean School and Fort Worth Korean School.
DFW Korean School Principals' Council is an organization made up of principals from all Korean schools in North Texas.

World KIMWA(Korean Inter-Married Women's Association) North Texas Chapter
Contact Person: Sun Tinsley, President
Description: This is an organization made up of Korean-American women who are interracially married. The main focus of the organization is to promote multi-cultural families and help the North Texas Korean-American community with various events and fund-raising.


Korean American Women's Association of Dallas
Contact Person: Jane Kang, President
Description: This is an organization made up of Korean-American women. Members’ age range from early 40’s to early 60’s. This organization is differently from the World KIMWA, in that they are not necessarily interracially married. This organization’s main activities include fund-raising and participation in various community events. Of many valuable attributes this organization has, introducing Korean tradition food to people outside Korean-American community is well-known.


The National Unification Advisory Council - Dallas Chapter
Contact Person: Jimmy An, President
Description: The National Unification Advisory Council (NUAC) is a constitutional institution established in accordance with Article 92 of the Constitution of the Republic of Korea.
The National Unification Advisory Council (NUAC) is a presidential consultative body on the reunification of the Korean peninsula, formulating and implementing policies on democratic and peaceful unification through the consensus of political parties and the public.
In South Korea alone, NUAC has chapters in 228 cities. NUAC has 43 chapters outside South Korean and Dallas is one of them.


(There is a lot more Korean-American orginzations in North Texas. More information will be udpated soon.)