Teachers and Staff

Teachers & Staff

Rev. Dosung Yoo

Rev. Dosung Yoo(Moojin Yoo) is dedicated to modernizing Buddhist thought and tenets so that they are accessible and useful in enriching everyday life. 

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Karen Rosand

Karen retired from The New York Times in 2010 after nearly 30 years of service, most of it in event/convention planning and administration in the newsroom.

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Rev. Ginger Lee

Rev. Ginger Lee was ordained as a Won Buddhist priest in 2006. During her novice training, she served at the Won Buddhist temples in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and in Swaziland, Africa.

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Rev. Jieun Lee

Inspired by the Buddhist idea of inner freedom and happiness, Rev. Jieun started her monastic training in 2000. She graduated from the Dept. of Won Buddhism, Youngsan University, Korea and earned an M.A.

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Rev. Insik Kim

Rev. Insik Kim started his monastic training in 2003. He graduated from Youngsan University, Young Kwang, Korea, majoring in Won Buddhism, and earned his M.A. in Buddhist Studies at the Won-Kwang University,

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Rev. Sungdo Kwak

Rev. Sungdo Kwak was ordained as a Won Buddhist Priest in 2014. Rev. Kwak served in three different Won Buddhist Temples in Korea before he joined the teachers at the Won Dharma Center.

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Rev. Davin Kang

Rev. Davin Kang devoted himself to study Won-Buddhism at Wonkwang University in Iksan, Korea from March, 2011 to February, 2018.

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Dr. Rev. Grace Song

Rev. Grace (Sangjin) Song is the chairperson of the Won Buddhist Studies Department at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies in Philadelphia.of Won Buddhism, Youngsan University, Korea and earned an M.A.

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