FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE $15/Hour Minimum Wage coming in 2019 for Korean Women’s Association Employees – More Than 1200 Employees Will Receive Bigger Paychecks in January TACOMA, WA – December 17, 2018 – Korean Women’s Association (KWA) announces a bold move to raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour for all KWA employees across Western
Late in July, the greater Tacoma community descended upon Wright Park for the annual Ethnic Fest – the largest culture and community celebration in Tacoma. KWA was there, and not for the first time. Recently surfacing in our artifacts, a photo featured in the newspaper in 1990 of KWA’s presence at the Ethnic Fest that
In celebration of Korea’s cultural and culinary traditions, the Consulate of the Republic of Korean in Seattle once again sponsored what has become a yearly tradition, Taste of Korea. Hosted by the Korean Women’s Association (KWA) Board of Trustees, the 4th annual event took place on Saturday, May 19 at the Star Center in Tacoma.
Susan G. Komen Puget Sound awarded $600,000 in new grants to six nonprofits working to end disparities in access to breast cancer screenings and breast health care. One of those recipients was KWA which received $100,000. The grant was accepted by KWA Executive Director Troy Christensen on behalf of Korean Women’s Association at the Komen annual
Justice. Dignity. Hope. Equality. Collaboration. Tenacity. Appreciation. Respect. Empathy. Forgiveness. These are the values that define the mission behind International Women’s Day. On March 8, Korean Women’s Association joins tens of thousands of others in countries around the world who celebrate the acts of courage and determination of everyday women. View our video from our