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Alma Soongi Beck

Alma Soongi Beck

Alma Soongi Beck is an attorney in San Francisco, California. Upon her graduation from Georgetown University Law Center in 1998, until September 2000, Ms. Beck represented employers on employment and labor law matters with a large national law firm. During her time as an employment attorney, Ms. Beck conducted dozens of trainings on behalf of her law firm in the areas of harassment prevention, EEO (equal employment opportunity) compliance and prevention of disability discrimination. During law school, Ms. Beck also taught Street Law to high school students in San Francisco, for the purpose of conveying to students basic legal survival principles in the areas of criminal, family and landlord-tenant law.

Ms. Beck has been actively involved in diversity work since 1990, when she served as a writer, literary editor and, eventually, as editor-in-chief of a student journal for people of color at Yale University. Upon her graduation in 1992 with a degree in Asian American Studies, Ms. Beck worked as a diversity project coordinator for a national non-profit women’s rights organization, and soon afterward, as an in-house trainer and project coordinator in a national service program for young adult leaders committed to public service. Since 1992, Ms. Beck has conducted dozens of diversity and related trainings for organizations throughout the U.S. and the world, including in Russia and Korea. Ms. Beck, who is of Korean heritage, has a particular interest and expertise in Asia, where she worked and lived for several months in 1996 and 1997.

Upon her departure from full-time legal practice in September 2000, Ms. Beck has dedicated herself primarily to facilitation of diversity workshops for Innovations International

 

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