SUSAN E. CHOI
Susan E. Choi has been practicing law since 1993, focusing on various family law proceedings such as domestic violence, divorce, legal separation, nullity, child issues, division of property issues, and child and spousal support and business litigation.
Besides being an active member of legal community, her passion and compassion lead her to serve as an active member for various non-profit organizations. In addition to being a Chairperson for Hanmi Family Counseling Center, she has also been serving as a Advisory Commissioner for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office and friends of Korean Law Center at University of California, Irvine as part of its internal relation. She also has been an adviser to various entities such as Orange County Korean Federation, National Unification Advisory Council Orange/San Diego Chapter, Orange County Korean American Bar Association.
She was introduced to World Affairs Council for Orange County (WACOC) many years ago. Since 2013, she has been serving as a Trustee for WACOC. Today’s world is rapidly changing, and she believes that we are all part of international relations. As such, she is grateful to be a part of the WACOC to “educate and inform its members and community citizens on important and critical issues concerning world affairs.”
She wants to use her “rainmaking” abilities to become a difference-maker in everyone’s life by solving crisis with innovative solutions, adding values, bringing positive outcomes, and helping him or her to turn the tide when things get rough.
GABRIEL S. CHOI
Although he is a lawyer by trade. his ultimate passion is in security trade and investments. Helping less fortunate children around the world to get much needed education is one of his main life purposes.
JD from Western State University, College of Law
BA in Business Economics UCLA
INTERESTS IN LIFE:
Personal Growth, Meditation, Photography, Tai Chi and Iaido, and Travel.