Kyung B. Yoon on Building Capacity to Manage Non-Profit Growth

In Chapter 11 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, non-profit executive Kyung B. Yoon answers "How Has Organizational Growth Changed How Your Non-Profit Raises and Distributes Funds?"  Yoon shares how her organization, KACF, has grown from an all-volunteer program that started by raising $60,000 to distribute to 5 community organizations.  As the non-profit has grown to $2 million in donations, Yoon has learned to build capacity by hiring full-time staff and investing in infrastructure to fortify resources that support grantee partners.  This helps KACF be a better steward for the community. 

Kyung B. Yoon is the executive director of the Korean American Community Foundation (KACF) in New York City.  An award-winning journalist and documentary film producer, Yoon earned an MA in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in History and Political Science at Wellesley College.