Amy is a Korean American immigrant, transracial adoptee and a mother of two multiethnic Asian boys, a 2nd grader and a five year old. Ms. Pak has 18 years creating impact in Seattle through community organizing, social work and anti- racist education with families and youth in Seattle. Amy earned a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Washington. Her expertise in directing non-profit programs and curriculum development has impacted organizations: Youth Undoing Institutionalized Racism, UW Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity, Asian Counseling & Referral Services, Powerful Voices, The Service Board and Asian Adult Adoptees of WA, serving South Seattle‘s rich immigrant families and communities of color. Amy consults with local preschools, public elementary schools and independent schools on inclusion and anti-bias. She is the founding Executive Director of Families Of Color Seattle, connecting parents to build a loving community of families of color. Pak’s work has been featured in Seattle’s Child, ParentMap, “Someone You Should Know”, Seattle PI, The Stranger, Seattle Times, International Examiner, NW Asian Weekly, South Seattle Emerald, The Seattle Globalist, Arches - The University of Puget Sound and Red Tricycle.