Sarah Yookyung Kim
Sarah Yookyung Kim is a recent graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law with a Certificate of Specialization in International Law. At Berkeley Law, Sarah served on the Asian American Law Journal as a senior articles editor and the Women of Color Collective as a networking director.
In 2017, she received Herma Hill Kay Summer Fellowship, a fellowship named after UC Berkeley's first female law school dean, which supports students who pursue public interest work that benefits women. As a summer intern, Sarah analyzed and wrote about parental leave policies and pregnancy discrimination cases at UC Hastings' Center for WorkLife Law.
Sarah was born and, for the most part, raised in Seoul. She has also lived in Baltimore and Hong Kong. Sarah studied English literature and international studies at Ewha Womans University.