Rev. Dong-Ho Kim is an entrepreneurial pastor and social entrepreneur. He initiated a few start-up churches all of which have grown to be sizeable in congregation members. The churches that he established refused to own their own buildings and rather chose to use the funds to help the underprivileged people of Korea, particularly those who escaped North Korea, and later to those overseas, in Vietnam, Malawi and Rwanda. The churches established foundations that in turn helped build manufacturing plants and cafes to create jobs for those in need. Rev. Kim retired from the pulpit and also the leadership role for the association of 8 churches that spun off from the church Rev. Kim founded, God’s Will Church. He now focuses on leading two foundations focusing on serving the needs of those in need as well as serving as Chairman of the board of SfK Korea. He resides primarily in Seoul, Korea and secondarily in Chiang Mai, Thailand with his wife Byung-Sook.
Chan Jung Kim
Mr. Chan Jung Kim is a BAM practitioner. He has been in business for more than 35 years in various fields, primarily in construction and development. He has also been involved in developmental mission work in Cambodia. Currently he serves as CEO for World Development, a Cambodian NGO, as well as serving as CEO of three other businesses, including Entoutcas SL, Benoh Co., Ltd. and JangGeum Agro Co. Ltd. Recently, he has begun another community development project on a 495,000 square meter land, which includes a housing for retirees. Additionally, he has served for the world mission in various capacities, including a co-representative for International Business Alliance (IBA), Korea’s BAM alliance, and managing director for Interserv Korea. He resides in Gunpo, Kyungki-do province, S. Korea with his wife Young-Bun.
M. Jae Moon
Professor M. Jae Moon is Underwood Distinguished Professor of the Department of Public Administration at Yonsei University, S. Korea. Prior to Yonsei, he taught at two universities in the U.S., including the Graduate School of Public Affairs in the University of Colorado at Denver (1998-2002) and George Bush School of Government and Public Service in Texas A & M University (2002-2004), and Korea University (2004-2006). His research interest include public management, information technology/administrative reform, and comparative public administration. He was Book Review Editor for Public Administration Review (2002-2005) as well as the Editor-in-Chief of International Review of Public Administration (2008-2010, 2013-2015). He also serves as Interntional Director of American Society for Public Administration, Vice President of Korean Association of Public Administration. He is also elected as a life-time fellow of National Academy of Public Administration. He has been actively involved in various ODA training and consultancy projects in Egypt, Indonesia, Mongolia, Tanzania, Vietname and others. Professor Moon resides in Seoul, Korea, with his wife Eunyi Kim.
Mr. Jeffrey Lee is a financial entrepreneur. He was in banking for 37 years, including 17 years as CEO for two banks in the U.S. and one microfinance bank in Rwanda. He turned around all three banks with remarkable growth as a result, thanks to God’s grace. At Urwego Opportunity Bank in Rwanda, he helped the bank grow to serve more than 200,000 clients including 40,000 borrowing clients, contributing to the holistic transformation of Rwanda. Previously in the U.S., Jeffrey was involved in missions mobilization and stewardship ministry in the U.S. He is also a teacher and trainer on BAM, stewardship and leadership, and a mentor and coach for BAM practitioners. Currently, he resides in Chiang Mai, Thailand with his wife Kristin, and serves as CEO for SfK Ministries, a network of missional businesses and all organizations interested in supporting missional businesses.
WILLIAM WONMIN SON
William Son, Ph.D., Chief Operating Officer for SfK Korea, residing in Seoul, Korea, is an investment banker with 26 years of experience in Korea, Japan and the U.S., and a professor teaching Management and Finance. He is also a member of the steering committee for Neo Moravian House, a BAM school, for IBA (International BAM Alliance) in Korea. He is responsible for day to day operations of SfK Korea, and also is a member of investment team for SfK Ministries.
BONG RAE LEE
Mr. Lee is CEO for Joybells, an investment company. He serves as Chief Investment Officer for SfK Korea. Mr. Lee is an investment banker and a fund manager. He has successfully raised capital a few times and has established a track record of generating returns far above the industry average return for the past two decades. He set up a missional business in Cambodia, namely Hesed, three years ago and has been actively managing it with significant progress financially, socially, environmentally and spiritually. Recently, he has relocated to Korea to participate in broader network management of the companies he leads. He and his family now reside in Seoul, Korea.
Sungho Kim is a specialist in urban planning and community development. He worked for Korea Land Corporation for 35 years, overseeing new city development projects such as Ilsan and new business complex development such as Kaesung Business Complex. While he was Managing Director for Korea Real Estate Investment Trust, he demonstrated his ability to turn around an ailing operation. For the past 10 years, he has been teaching Real Estate Development at a university. He has been serving as a member of the Session at Canaan Church in Bundang.
REV. JAE CHUL CHUNG
Rev. Jae Chul Jung is a member of E-Land’s executive team, overseeing all matters pertaining to the business group’s corporate social responsibility. He is Chairman of the Board for Asia Mission, a member-care mission agency, and also serves as Managing Director of E-Land Foundation and E-Land Welfare Foundation. Previously, He served as Chaplain of E-Land Business Group and as a missionary to Malaysia. He has a keen interest in business as mission.