Soh Young Lee-Segredo, educator, humanitarian, community activist, storyteller, singer,and director came to the USA via South Korea, Paraguay and Brazil. She is currently a Bilingual Spanish teacher in ECC, Hempstead Schools.  She started her education in USA at age 18 in New Town H.S, She holds BA from Queens College, MA from Bank Street College, Professional Diploma from Dowling College and Bilingual/ESL degree from St. John’s University. She is acomplished singer performed in Madison Square Garden, Nassau Veterans Coliseum and she debuted in Carnegie Weil Retal Hall in 2007. She has received numerous awards from KAAGNY, KAALI, Freeport Schools, Nassau County, Town of Hempastead, Village of Freeport, Freeport/Roosevelt NAACP.  She is the first Korean recipient of Nassau County MLK Humanitarian Award and appointed as Human Rights Commissioner. She is the founding member and director of Multicultural Peace Mission Choir, Soh Young Ensemble and Soh Youing and Friends. Their mission is to promote diversity, cultural harmony and understanding. She is Freeport/Roosevelt NAACP ACT SO Chairperson. member of Hagedorn Foundation Common Ground, Nassau County Bias Committee, North Shore Hospital Genetic Studies Community Board, etc. She was Deputy Vice President of KAALI and recently appointed as Commission Chairman of Multi-Ethics for The Federation of Korean Assocation USA. She lives in Freeport with husband and two sons.

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