Grace Kim is a social entrepreneur and accelerator to purpose-driven companies and organizations. She is cofounder of White Stork and serves as its Head of Strategy and Board Director. She is founder and CEO of GKC, a strategy and design firm that partners with founders and executives who are committed to building lasting, high performance organizations that are good to people and the planet. Her client portfolio includes multi-billion dollar companies, legacy foundations, non-profits, and family offices (e.g. PayPal, Lyft, Airbnb, Genentech, The North Face, Youtube, etc.). Previously, she was the Executive Director of Amplifier, and built and led the pioneering social impact strategy and design firm GOOD Corps. She managed Habitat for Humanity International’s YouthBuild program and designed one of the prototypes of the now global TEDx model. Grace holds a BA in Communications from University of California Los Angeles and she did her graduate work at Sciences Po in Paris. She is a Network for Korean American Leaders fellow and former Rotary Foundation global ambassador.