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Min Joo Lee Beeck Center Social Impact Innovation

Min Joo Lee


Min Joo Lee is our Summer Student Analyst, working on research projects involving public-private partnerships and public policy innovations.

Min Joo is a Junior in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, majoring in Culture and Politics and minoring in Spanish. During her time at Georgetown, she has worked for various social justice initiatives including Truth and Human Rights in North Korea, Students Stopping the Trafficking of People, Liberty in North Korea, and Project Esperanza. Once she leaves Georgetown, Min Joo hopes to work in the fields of public-private partnerships and/or international law.

Min Joo hopes to learn how to make a comprehensive and equitable impact on society during her time at the Center. She appreciates the opportunity to contribute to projects that involve communities at different scales and work with people who are mindful of the complexities of social impact. Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, she is excited to spend the summer in DC for the first time as well!

Education: Bachelors of Science in Culture and Politics, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, 2018

Hometown: Seoul, South Korea

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