In 2006, I saw [Time after Time], a media installation by an Albanian artist, Anri Sala at the Berlin Biennale. It was a watershed moment leading me to realize that "Art changes people. The people then change the community." As my company relocated me to New York in 2009, I was lucky enough to directly experience arts, culture and the urban scenes there. I met many people who were impact investors to opera directors. Now I know that they were all changemakers. I felt so weird along the way though. Because the more I spent my time on changemakers, the more I became unknown but curious about. It was a choice of either staying in my comfort zone or exploring the unknown parts. I don't know which is better, however, I know which one is more fun.
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Before Root Impact, Sunmoon worked in Marketing and Global Go-to-Market Strategy Team at LG Electronics Korea/USA. She recently worked at AAFE, a human rights organization in New York as an economic development project manager. Currently, she and her team try to help changemakers in the impact ecosystem grow healthy with innovative marketing plans. She holds a BA in Philosophy from Sogang University and an MPA from Columbia University.