Jaclyn Jhin joined Asian Charity Services in early 2021 and recently launched a programme to teach teens the business of philanthropy and to introduce NGOs to the next generation of givers. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Jaclyn Jhin joined Asian Charity Services in early 2021 and recently launched a programme to teach teens the business of philanthropy and to introduce NGOs to the next generation of givers. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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She wrote a book on women’s workplace challenges after her own personal struggles – Hong Kong-based Korean lawyer Jaclyn Jhin

  • The new CEO of Asian Charity Services, Jaclyn Jhin juggled an overbearing mother-in-law and later a tough divorce and custody battle with building a career
  • She published Sisterhood in the Workplace in 2019, and mentored women through work and The Women’s Foundation. Now she helps other NGOs be more effective

Jaclyn Jhin joined Asian Charity Services in early 2021 and recently launched a programme to teach teens the business of philanthropy and to introduce NGOs to the next generation of givers. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Jaclyn Jhin joined Asian Charity Services in early 2021 and recently launched a programme to teach teens the business of philanthropy and to introduce NGOs to the next generation of givers. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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