Susan Soon-Keum Cox
Susan Soon-Keum was adopted (age 4) from Korea in 1956 by a family in Oregon.
Susan Soon-Keum Cox is the Vice-President of Public Policy & External Affairs at Holt International.
She has been involved in the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption process since it began in the late 1980s and is a member of the Special Commission on the Hague Convention at the Hague.
She was appointed by the Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare to be the U.S. spokesperson for intercountry adoption during the 1988 Olympics and founded the International Gathering of Korean Adoptees.
Chung Soon-Keum, aka Linda Susan Gourley, Linda Susan Cox, Susan Soon-Keum Cox
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|Ron Wyden||Nominated as Angel in Adoption||Susan Soon-Keum Cox||2003-09-01|
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|Susan Soon-Keum Cox||Was adopted from||Republic of Korea (South Korea)|
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