TKU Board of Trustees Welcomes New Members

We are excited to announce the newest members of the TKU Board of Trustees: Sheena Thomas (Adobe), Jean Kang (400 Capital Management LLC), Paul Jeruchimowitz (Accenture) and Aaron Chu (Apple). TKU’s Board is comprised of distinguished leaders with diverse backgrounds and expertise. We are incredibly grateful to welcome Sheena, Jean, Paul and Aaron to our award-winning organization. Their unique perspectives and proven skill sets will be invaluable assets as we continue to invest in positive change for neurodiverse students in education and employment.

This expansion strengthens our Board’s capacity to guide TKU’s strategic direction, ensuring we continue to deliver exceptional programs and opportunities for our students. Check out our summer 2024 offerings, here!

Quotes from the New Board Members 

“Joining the TKU board is an absolute privilege. Having experienced the transformative power of technology firsthand, I am thrilled to contribute to TKU’s mission and help empower TKU’s incredible students with essential technology skills in an environment that not only celebrates but nurtures the students it serves.”
Sheena Thomas 
Managing Counsel, Privacy & Cybersecurity Legal

“I am deeply grateful to be part of this wonderful organization that is working tirelessly to help neurodiverse students achieve their goals and maximize their potential. I have witnessed the successes of TKU students firsthand and am incredibly excited for what is yet to come.”
Jean Kang
400 Capital Management LLC

“As I observe neurodiverse children in my family thrive in coding, I am motivated to provide opportunities to children who think and learn differently to develop technology skills, take pride in their work and build confidence to express themselves so they can be successful as young adults in the work environment.” 
Paul Jeruchimowitz
Senior Managing Director, 

“W.E.B. Du Bois reminded us that ‘Education and work are the levers to uplift a people.’ I am honored to join TKU in empowering future generations of neurodivergent youth through education, positioning them to shatter ableism in workplaces.”
Aaron Chu
Senior Software Developer, 

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