Grace Kim is the Program Coordinator for the U.S.-Japan Council, working out of the Washington, DC office. Her primary responsibilities include supporting USJC’s signature programs such as the TOMODACHI Initiative, Watanabe-endowed Scholarship, Annual Conference, and various regional programs. Before joining the U.S.-Japan Council in 2017, Ms. Kim served as the Coordinator for International Relations as part of the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program in Okayama City. Ms. Kim also has experience in coordinating events and exhibitions while working at the Embassy of Japan in the U.S. as the Exhibition Coordinator for two years. Ms. Kim was born in the United States and spent seven years in Japan. She holds a B.A. in Global Affairs from George Mason University.