P.D. Soros Fellowship for New Americans


Min Ho Kim, 2000

Managing Principal, Westbrook Partners

Min Ho Kim is the child of immigrants from Korea

Fellowship awarded to support work towards an MBA in Business at Harvard University

MIN HO KIM is a managing principal at Westbrook Partners. Previously, he worked at BlackRock, Inc., an investment management firm, as an acquisitions director and portfolio manager in their Alternatives - real estate group based out of San Francisco.

Min is of Korean decent, his father immigrated to the United States during the Korean War and his mother immigrated in the late 1960's. His parents live in Seattle, Washington.

Min graduated with a joint degree from the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School. Min received his BA in economics from the University of California at Berkeley. During college, Min was a varsity member of the national champions Cal Rugby team. He was also active in immigrant-focused voter registration drives. 

After graduate studies, Min worked as a consultant with McKinsey and Company and then with BlackRock, Inc. for 10 years. Most recently, Min is a Managing Principal with Westbrook Partners.

  • MPA Public Administration | Harvard University 2001
  • MBA Business | Harvard University 2001
  • BA Economics | University of California, Berkeley 1995
Work History
  • Westbrook Partners, Managing Principal
  • BlackRock, Director
  • McKinsey & Company, Associate
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