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Kyong Suk Aagesen

Division Manager, Donor Relations

Mile High United Way

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Mile High United Way

Background Information

Employment History

Herrmann Associates Inc


Affiliations

United Way

Consultant To Korean Member


Education

Bachelor's of Science degree

Pusan Women's University


Web References(25 Total References)


Bio of Kyong Suk Aagesen

uwint.org [cached]

Kyong Suk volunteered for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) in 1996, and was offered a full-time position two weeks later as a Campaign Coordinator at the United Way of the Greater Fort Hood Area in Texas.
At this small United Way, Kyong Suk managed diverse areas of activity including marketing, fund raising and fund allocations. She developed and implemented campaign strategies, trained and managed volunteers, designed and produced campaign collaterals, and served as Interim Director during complete staff turnover of the organization. She moved from Texas to Colorado in 1998 where she immediately took positions at Mile High United Way in Denver, first as Account Executive and later as Division Manager in Campaign/Donor Relations. Kyong Suk led campaign strategies and objectives in four divisions: Education & Government; Small Business; Insurance; and Retail. She was directly responsible for a $2 million campaign in these four divisions, encompassing over 400 companies. In the Small Business Division, Kyong Suk directed a record-breaking campaign, raising 15% more funds than the previous year. In the communications area, she initiated and coordinated a successful "Campaign In A Bag" strategy aimed at streamlining small business and internally driven campaigns, resulting in a 12% increase in participation. Kyong Suk joined United Way International in 2002 to develop the Major Gifts program, and has been working in the Asia/ Pacific Region. She conducted the first Asia/ Pacific Regional Conference in Bangkok, Thailand on September 25 - 27, 2003. Prior to officially joining UWI, Kyong Suk served as a consultant to our Korean member, the Community Chest of Korea, including a visit to Seoul for meetings with the Secretary General, other volunteer and staff leaders. Kyong Suk is fluent in English, Korean and reads and writes Chinese. She has traveled extensively through Asia, Europe and North America. Kyong Suk volunteers with Meals on Wheels and is active with the Korean American Women's Association in Washington, DC.


About UWI

www.unitedwayinternational.org [cached]

Kyong Suk volunteered for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) in 1996, and was offered a full-time position two weeks later as a Campaign Coordinator at the United Way of the Greater Fort Hood Area in Texas.At this small United Way, Kyong Suk managed diverse areas of activity including marketing, fund raising and fund allocations.She developed and implemented campaign strategies, trained and managed volunteers, designed and produced campaign collaterals, and served as Interim Director during complete staff turnover of the organization.She moved from Texas to Colorado in 1998 where she immediately took positions at Mile High United Way in Denver, first as Account Executive and later as Division Manager in Campaign/Donor Relations.Kyong Suk led campaign strategies and objectives in four divisions: Education & Government; Small Business; Insurance; and Retail.She was directly responsible for a $2 million campaign in these four divisions, encompassing over 400 companies.In the Small Business Division, Kyong Suk directed a record-breaking campaign, raising 15% more funds than the previous year.In the communications area, she initiated and coordinated a successful "Campaign In A Bag" strategy aimed at streamlining small business and internally driven campaigns, resulting in a 12% increase in participation.Kyong Suk joined United Way International in 2002 to develop the Major Gifts program, and has been working in the Asia/ Pacific Region.She conducted the first Asia/ Pacific Regional Conference in Bangkok, Thailand on September 25 - 27, 2003.Prior to officially joining UWI, Kyong Suk served as a consultant to our Korean member, the Community Chest of Korea, including a visit to Seoul for meetings with the Secretary General, other volunteer and staff leaders.Kyong Suk is fluent in English, Korean and reads and writes Chinese.She has traveled extensively through Asia, Europe and North America.Kyong Suk volunteers with Meals on Wheels and is active with the Korean American Women's Association in Washington, DC.


UWI - Staff & Offices

uwint.org [cached]

Kyong Suk Aagesen
Regional Director, Asia Pacific UWI Regional Office for Caribbean


Corporate Flyers Pvt. Ltd

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Kyong Suk Aagesen, Regional Director, Asia/ Pacific, United Way International


Service to International Efforts | United Way Retirees Association

www.uwra.org [cached]

Initially the proposal was for a three-month consulting assignment; however, upon reviewing the work involved and following several conference calls between Yezdyar, Kyong Suk Aagesen, (UWW Regional Director, Asia/Pacific) and Henry Teh of MHF, it was decided that Yezdyar would spend a month in Malaysia and be available for follow-up guidance via email or phone calls for a year following the assignment.
L to R: Phyllis Chooi, UWM Staff, Kyong Suk Aagesen, UWW Asia Director, Stephanie Lim UWM Manager, Baskin Kumar, Agency Director, Yezdyar Kaoosji, UWRA Consultant. Below is a report by Kyong Suk Aagesen, Regional Director, Asia-Pacific/United Way Worldwide on progress that was made in helping the Malaysian Humanitarian Foundation (MHF) become a United Way community impact organization. Kyong Suk Aagesen, UWW and Yezdyar Kaoosji, UWRA. By Kyong Suk Aagesen, Regional Director, Asia-Pacific/United Way Worldwide


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