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Federal agency administrator

Rhea S. Suh, American federal agency administrator. Recipient Fulbright Fellowship, Marshall Fellowship. Member of Asian-American/Pacific Islanders Philanthropy Associate.

Background

Suh, Rhea S. was born in 1970. Daughter of Chung-Ha and Young-Ja Suh.

Education

Bachelor in Environmental Science, magna cum laude, Columbia University, New York City, 1992. Master of Education in Administration, Planning & Social Policy, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1998.

Career

Former High School teacher, New York City. Senior legislation assistant to Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell United States Senate, Colorado, 1993—1996. Environment progressive officer William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, Menlo Park, California, 1998—2007.

Conservation & science progressive officer David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Los Altos, 2007—2009. Assistant secretary for policy, management & budget United States Department Interior, Washington, since 2009. Consultant United States National Park Service.

Board directors Environmental Grantmakers Association.

Membership

Member of Asian-American/Pacific Islanders Philanthropy Associate.

Connections

father:
Chung-Ha Suh

mother:
Young-Ja Suh