Lynn Kim, born and raised in South Korea, always had an aspiration for art and science. “I remember scribbling doodles on the walls of my parent’s bedroom. Art has always been my passion.” She came to America 3 years prior to the Summer program Stanford University to fortify her knowledge in these two Fields in mind. She strives to gain more knowledge as a woman who wants to pursue her dream of utilizing both art and science to create the next step forward towards true gender equality in this world.
Lynn Kim believes that with the creative innovation that art itself brings and the connecting ability and nature of technology she can construct a foundation for which any people of whatever gender they identify with can come together and mutually respect each others ideas and, perspectives, in turn making the world a better place. “The power of innovation through combination of technology can be very impactful.” Lynn leaned towards the Stanford Summer Institute Pre-Collegiate
Program in 2017 for where she would take the Design as Discovery: Peace Technology and Design Thinking class because she thought it will be an integral part of her path she needs to walk on in order to
achieve her goal of creating that inclusive gender mutual foundation.
Gender equality is simply for the ability for people to study and create anything they want without their born sex or identified gender becoming a handicap. “It should be about promoting equality for anyone with any gender.” This is unlike the many mixed and warped meanings of that are portrayed by social media from either sides such as that warped gender superiority complex. Lynn believes that certain genders should not have any more value than others, all of them should have to be laid on the same playing field and the way that people succeed in life is based off of their skills and what they know.
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