Staff Spotlight: Kuan Lee, Grant Operations Associate

The Foundation is thrilled to welcome Kuan Lee as Grant Operations Associate!

“I am very excited to be working at the Foundation and am grateful to my program teammates for being so supportive and helpful.” shared Lee.

As Grant Operations Associate, Kuan is an important member of the Foundation’s Program team providing administrative and operational support to grant-making and program processes.

“I’m happy to welcome Kuan to the Foundation and look forward to our partners getting to know him. After a record number of applications in our 2023 grant cycle, we are excited to have Kuan join the team to guide our grant partners through the 2024 cycle,” says Jay Kim, Community Foundation MetroWest Executive Director.

Prior to the Foundation, Kuan was a UNICEF Chapter president for 4 years. Additionally, at a new Montessori school in MetroWest, he helped set the groundwork for administrative processes and eventually moved onto specializing in enrollment making. Working in administration and optimizing internal processes, Kaun brings his experience in systems and databases to the Foundation.

Originally a Quincy, MA resident, Kuan currently resides in Natick with his Wife, Erin, and Dog, Elliott Waldorf Hanzlik.

When Kuan is not working, you can find him writing poetry, sketching architecture, or doing cooking popups.


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