SooJi Min-Maranda (she/her) believes in the power of personal stories. Whether providing direct services, advocating for policy change, or fundraising for nonprofit organizations, Min-Maranda begins with personal narratives that illustrate the need for programs, policies, and resources that raise the voices of those underserved and underrepresented in mainstream society. A seasoned nonprofit executive with 18 years of senior management experience (8 years with secular nonprofits, the past 10 years with Jewish nonprofits). Min-Maranda brings a social entrepreneurial mindset to the nonprofit arena. She advocates for strategic partnerships, racial justice and efficient, effective resource allocation.
SooJi also is a Jew of Color who converted to Judaism as an adult and subsequently married a non Jew. She was born in Seoul, Korea and immigrated to the US as a young child.