Life can be a beautiful harmony if we work together, just like the theme of the Special Olympics “Together We Can.”
Learning and contributing to new friends and companions around me at the PyeongChang Special Olympics was like encountering beautiful music. As I participated in events at the
Furthermore, having lunch and communicating with the athletes – Global messengers from all around the world, Mr. Muhtar Kent – Chairman of The
Even though people with intellectual disabilities have long been excluded from society, thanks to this event supported by The
Bomi Son is CEO & Founder of Project AA * Asian Arts: Art & Culture Collaboration, Branding, Contents Marketing Company for Asian Artists based on East Asia & New York. Prior to this, she worked as an enthusiastic marketer at Johnson & Johnson, providing marketing strategy on health care products for healthier and better world. She is also an optometrist, author, volunteer, traveler, blogger and active lecturer. By publishing her own book in 2011, ‘The Greatest Selfish Global Volunteer Trips,’ a book that is about the experience on traveling 25 countries and volunteering in 6 countries by coordinating volunteer programs through global & local communities, she has shared her life lessons how she learned how to communicate with people from all around the world, overcome cultural differences and further develop leadership skills with a life-long passion for philanthropy.
A graduate of Seoul National University, Bomi Son holds triple bachelors in business administration, Science and English. Bomi Son was selected as a member of World Economic Forum, Global Shapers Community (GSC) in Seoul, Korea since July 2012. She is a passionate supporter of the global art & culture, healthcare and youth sides of development and believes making a better world is one of the most valuable thing we can do.
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