Ki Hong Park After graduating from Dong-A University in South Korea with a Bachelor’s Degree, Ki moved to US and took a position as an insurance agent. In 1989, Ki became an Associate Branch Manager for the company he was working for, but left it instead to establish Chun-Ha Insurance Services Inc., which eventually led to his position as a manager of Allianz Life. By 1992, Ki had pushed himself to become the National Director of Allianz Life. In 1994, Ki accepted a Field Vice-President/National Director position with Kansas City Life Insurance Co. At Kansas Life Insurance Co., Ki developed and managed the Asian Marketing nation wide. At that capacity, Ki hired over 100 agents and general agents and managed over $10 million dollars of insurance premiums. In 1990, Ki had opened his own insurance broker agency under the name of Chun-Ha Insurance Services, Inc, which will eventually become the largest Korean-American insurance agency in the country. Shortly after, Ki organized a subsidiary company called All World Insurance Company and served as the president. As the president, Ki maintained a network consisting of over 100 insurance brokers in the Western Territory and set an International Unit of All World Insurance to target reinsurance and Internet related business. Ki also developed exclusive group programs and products, such as MGA for Life and Health Insurance carriers and Fire & Casualty Insurance. Ki’s dedication to the insurance industry has led him to receive the 1997 Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Korean Chamber of Commerce of Orange County and Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for Outstanding and Invaluable Services to the Korean Community by a Member of Congress. Furthermore, Ki is a Board Member of the Korean Insurance Agent and Broker Association, Former President of the Fiat Scholarship Foundation, president of The Korean Chamber of Commerce of Orange County from 2000 to 2002, and has networked with Korean Insurance Development Institution since 1998. More recently, Ki successfully completed the M&A (merger and acquisition) of Hanmi Financial Corp and Chun-Ha Insurance Services in January of 2007. Hanmi Financial Corp is the parent company of Hanmi Bank, the oldest and largest Korean American bank in the United States with over $4 Billion in assets and over 25 branches throughout US. As a subsidiary of Hanmi Bank Chun-Ha Insurance Services has broadened and strengthened its position as one of the leading insurance companies in the Korean -American community. K i also sits and serves as a director on the board of directors. In the past year, Ki became the founder and sits as the current chairman for the Shema Foundation, a charity organization form to aid and support with donations throughout the world. Furthermore, Ki recently broadened and lend his experiences in public services to the community by founding and serving as the chairman for the Korean American Archery Association, a first Korean archery organization in US. Ki is married to Stella and has a 13-year-old son, Timothy.