“Investing in our young people of color (YPOC) is the best strategy to uprooting racism. They are the movers and shakers of our society who can transform our world to learn from their lived experiences. If we can cultivate YPOC to be the intersectional racial justice leaders they are meant to be, then we will eradicate oppression.”

Taeyin ChoGlueck lives out her three life passions – stories, theatre, and social justice – at InterAction as their co-founder and creative director. Taeyin’s experiences range from immigrant to second generation, from Korean to Korean-American and Minnesotan/Midwestern identities. Taeyin was awarded the inaugural Student Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Award as an intersectional racial justice activist. Having graduated summa cum laude from Notre Dame as a sociology and peace studies student, Taeyin went back to school to think critically about the role of narrative and activism and holds a degree in MFA in creative writing. Taeyin has worked in London, Minneapolis, and Seoul in multicultural organizations. As the Creative Director of InterAction, Taeyin envisions InterAction as the the leader in supporting YPOC. In her spare time, Taeyin is a writer and an art manager for her printmaker mother.