Terry K. Park

Dr. Terry K Park (he/him) is an award-winning educator, social justice advocate, and former performance artist. Currently, Dr. Park is the founding director of Maum Consulting, an Asian American Studies-based educational social enterprise. He previously served as a full-time, teaching-focused professor of Asian American Studies at seven higher education institutions across the U.S., including Wellesley College, the University of Maryland, College Park, Hunter College, San Quentin State Prison and Harvard University, where he was awarded a Certificate of Teaching Excellence. Included on the list, “Inspiring Activists: Trailblazers and leaders in the community and in the struggle for social justice” by former San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim, Terry has participated in several national and community-based Asian American organizations across the U.S., including a stint as Executive Director of Hyphen, an award-winning nonprofit news and culture magazine that tells the stories of Asian America with substance, style and sass. Dr. Park received his PhD in Cultural Studies with a designated emphasis in Studies of Performance and Practice from the University of California, Davis.

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