The Susan Ahn Cuddy Memorial Seminar: History and Legacy is an education program to honor the life of Susan Ahn Cuddy on the first anniversary of her passing. Susan died June 24, 2015. She lived to be 100 years old. Her life story as a child of the first Korean married couple to come to America in 1902 and the first Korean American family, her service in the United States Navy and National Security Agency, and her Korean American community leadership is a legacy of an authentic and excellent role model.
This event is sponsored by 3.1 Women's Association USA and supported by Good Samaritan Hospital. Susan worked closely with both of these organizations for many years.
Seminar speakers include: John Cha, Susan's biographer and Willow Tree Shade author, Marcia Choo long time personal friend who was mentored by Susan, Susan's daughter Christine Cuddy and son Flip Cuddy ... and other speakers. There will be two General Lectures in the Moseley-Salvatori Auditorium and two Break Out sessions with speakers and smaller groups. The seminar is designed to provide detailed information about Susan's History & Legacy and allows time for attendees' Q&A to get answers for their personal interest in Susan's life.
There will be a Lunch Service included in the Registration Fee of $15.00 per person. Lunch Selections are on the online registration form.
Parking is $5.00 per car flat rate to be paid by Attendees at the Lucas Avenue parking structure - across from Moseley Salvatori Conference Center on Lucas Avenue just North of Wilshire Blvd.
More Info on Eventbrite page.