DONNA KWOK, CO-President
Donna is a design strategist who is passionate about finding innovative and sustainable solutions to problems. She is currently pursuing a MBA in Design Strategy from California College of the Arts. Prior to her creative career, she worked in the accounting and marketing industries and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Donna is a California native, certified yogi, and proud corgi mom.
ERIC LEE, CO-President
As a California native, Eric is eager and passionate to make positive and long-lasting impact to not only the Greater Los Angeles Area but also the world. He is currently working in Impact Investing to help stimulate economic development in the underdeveloped parts of the world.
Eric graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences and a Business minor; he later obtained a M.S. in Sustainability Management with a concentration in Sustainable Finance from Columbia University.
Justin YEH, membership Director
Justin is a recent graduate and is currently creating a lifestyle apparel brand and a social media marketing agency: WALI (Work, Achieve, Live, Inspire) and LYL (Leave Your Legacy). With hopes to create a sustainable movement in both industries, his passion is to provide sustainable housing for countries in need, create a business that can help millions of people develop their own businesses, and travel the world to inspire others to do the same!
Feel free to connect with him over a cup of coffee.
Content & PR Director
Dustin Clendenen is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor and content strategist that's worked in every corner of the media—as a writer creating articles, as an editor crafting content and as a publicist pitching stories. He is passionate about creating an economy in alignment with the highest good and eager to empower the entrepreneurs making this a reality.
Jacqueline Lee has worked on partnership development, fund raising, digital cause campaigns, and corporate social responsibility for nonprofits, Fortune 100’s, and across sectors.. Additionally, she has presented and trained internationally on crowdfunding and campaign management. Jacqueline is passionate about community-based partnerships for local, sustainable impact.
Eileen Ung, Impact investing committee member
Eileen Ung was born and raised in Long Beach, studied Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University, and now is back in Los Angeles following global stints in Beijing, Taiwan, and Seoul. She works at MUFG as a Public Finance Analyst. Eileen serves as Fundraising Director for the Los Angeles chapter of Project by Project (PbP), a 100% volunteer-run 501c3 dedicated to empowering young leaders in the Asian American community through innovative platforms. Her dedication to community service is exemplified through her involvement with Ready to Learn, a program that helps students from underserved LAUSD schools improve their reading skills to prepare them for academic success. As part of the Riordan Fellows program at the UCLA Anderson, Eileen mentors high school students from diverse backgrounds in the college application process.
TAYLOR THOMPSON, , Impact investing committee member
Taylor believes inservice provider-guided, bottom-up impact metrics, and enjoys working with nonprofits and social enterprises to fund those efforts and scale their revenue models. He works at UBS as a portfolio optimizer on the Thompson Katzaroff Group, retail wealth management team and chairs the board of the Achievement Institute of Scientific Studies, a STEM oriented college- and career-readiness initiative in Santa Ana, CA. He loves microgreens in smoothies, new album releases, and impact investing debates.