Ms. Moy is an Associate at O-H Community Partners, supporting strategic planning, program implementation, and community outreach projects at the firm.
Before joining OHcp, Ms. Moy worked for an education consulting program in South Korea dedicated to increasing local students’ access to international education opportunities. She provided individualized counseling and workshops for students, and also assisted in researching a variety of social and political issues in Korea, including recent changes in family values, higher education development, and migrant and refugee outreach.
Prior to her period abroad, Ms. Moy was actively involved in organizations supporting Chinese immigrant communities. As a member of the development department of Chicago’s Chinese American Service League, she worked with foundations, corporations, government officials, and individual donors to help raise awareness of and funds for programs serving over 17,000 clients in the Midwest. In Boston, she directed and expanded a volunteer program providing English instruction to hundreds of local immigrants.
Ms. Moy received a B.A. in East Asian Studies with a minor in Economics from Harvard University in 2009. Her coursework included studies of sociology, anthropology, and political history as well as statistics and behavioral economics.