Jane Hyun, Founder and President of Hyun & Associates, is an executive coach and leadership strategist to Fortune 500 companies, MBA programs, and professional associations. Her book, Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling (HarperCollins, 2005), highlights the need for culturally-specific approaches to leadership development. Jane lives in New York City with her family and loves helping people realize their potential in their workplace and community.
Kathy Khang, Multiethnic Director for InterVarsity’s Great Lakes West region, oversees training and ministry development for staff and students. Ms. Khang co-wrote More Than Serving Tea (IVP, 2006). on faith, gender and ethnic identity. She participated in the L2 Foundation’s Leaders Forum 2004 and The Daniel Project, InterVarsity’s leadership development program for Black, Latino and Asian American staff. Ms. Khang and her family live in the north suburbs of Chicago. Connect with Kathy on her blog morethanservingtea.wordpress.com and on twitter @mskathykhang
Vivian Mabuni joined staff with Campus Crusade 23 years ago and has served on the UC Berkeley and UCLA campuses and on the Epic National Executive Team. Epic is the Asian American ministry of CCC. Vivian enjoys teaching and training college students at conferences and retreats and speaking at women’s events. She is a member of Redbud Writers Guild and is currently working on a book proposal about her journey facing breast cancer. She has been married 20 years to her husband, Darrin, and is mom to three wonderful kids, Jonathan (18), Michael (15), and Julia (10). They live in Mission Viejo, California along with their German Shepherd, Koa.
Rev. Dr. Grace Y. May is the president of Women of Wonder, Inc. (WOW!), a ministry that seeks to empower women to fulfill their God-given dreams. Rev. May received her M.Div from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Th.D at the Boston University School of Theology. In 1999, she was ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Rev. May has served as a pastor in Boston at the Chinese Christian Church of New England, in New York at the First Chinese Presbyterian Church and Oversea Chinese Mission. She has taught at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, New York Theological Seminary, City Seminary of New York and St. Paul’s University in Kenya.
Nikki serves as the Program Director for Urbana, a triennial student missions conference that gathers 20,000 students from 120 different countries. She consults and speaks for a variety of campuses, churches and organizations and currently sits on the board of Mission Year. She was a co-editor of the book More than Serving Tea (InterVarsity Press, 2006,) a collection of essays, stories and poems looking at the intersection of race, gender and faith for Asian American women. Nikki resides in Madison, Wisconsin with her family.
Audrey Lee is Vice President of Hyun & Associates and a leadership and diversity strategist. She is the co-author of Hyun & Associates’ “Through the Bamboo Ceiling®” Training Series and other highly-acclaimed leadership initiatives. A second-generation Chinese-American, she lives in New York City where she serves on the Advisory Board for the New York Asian Women’s Center (NYAWC), an organization that helps battered women overcome violence, and also works to raise public awareness about domestic violence.