Minji is a first-year J.D. candidate at Boston University School of Law. She is a first-generation Korean immigrant and law student. She graduated cum laude from New York University with a B.S. in Global Public Health/Media, Culture, and Communications with a focus on political rhetoric. As an undergraduate student she worked part time at the nonprofit Hunger Free America as a program coordinator for the USDA National Hunger Clearinghouse. Upon graduating, she transitioned to a full-time employee and eventually led the federal contract program as Director.
Outside of her academic studies, Minji is passionate about fostering diversity and inclusion in her community. As a 1L she served as a section representative for three different affinity groups (Women of Color Collective, OutLaw, and the First Generation Professionals). In her 2L year she will continue to advance the representation of historically underrepresented communities in the legal field as Co-President of the First Generation Professionals and Networking Chair for OutLaw.