Jaemin (Joseph) Lee

  • Stanford CA


Dedicated and Committed Undergraduate with a strong foundation in Economics and Public Policy. Prior experience in non-profit organizing, community fundraising, and classroom teaching.



B.A. Public Policy

Stanford University

GPA: 3.8

Relevant Coursework: Econ1: Introduction to Economics, Econ102A: Introduction to Statistical Methods (Post-Calculus) For Social Scientists, PublPol101: Introduction to Politics and Public Policy, CS106A: Programming Methodology

Work experience

Work experience
Jun 2015 - Aug 2015

Education and Youth Development Fellow

East Palo Alto Stanford Academy

Designed and Taught a class on Human Learning and Memory to low-income middle school students from East Palo Alto. Organized entire school days for 40 students on a team of eight other teaching fellows.

Aug 2015 - Aug 2015

Organizing Intern

API Equality-Northern California

Transcribed and Coded interviews with community members and older activists for an intergenerational oral history project. Planned and Attended community events for and with local non-profits.

Jun 2014 - Aug 2014

Teaching Fellow

Breakthrough San Francisco

Wrote Curriculum, planned lessons and taught students from low-income backgrounds living in San  Francisco. Organized and Planned student trips and activities throughout the summer.


Stanford Queer and Asian, President (2014-Present)

Stanford Asian American Theater Project, Board Member/ Theater Director and Writer (2013-2015)

Stanford Asian American Activism Committee, Education Development Committee Member (2015 - Present)

Asian American Students Association, Elected Core Member (2015 - Present)

Structured Liberal Education, Writing Tutor (2016-Present)


English & Korean, Native-Speaking Fluency

Japanese & French, Highly Proficient

Chinese (Mandarin), Proficient