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James Hyun
Operations & Programs Coordinator

James joined Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston as an Arts Administration Intern in the fall of 2021. Prior to joining A&BC, James has performed at Curtis Summer Institute and Cortona New Music Festival as a percussionist, and worked as an Operational Intern at So Percussion Summer Institute. As an aspiring law student with a musical background, James was drawn to internship opportunity with A&BC due to its unique programs that intersect art, business, and law. Since joining the team, he has provided support with grants and fundraising, administrative operations, programs, and special research projects. James is excited to embark on his new role as an Operations & Program Coordinator to provide further support in those areas and gain deeper understanding in the nonprofit and legal industry. James earned his Bachelor of Musical Arts at Vanderbilt University with a minor in philosophy. In his free time, he enjoys reading, going on a run, or cooking Korean dishes.

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