Kwon Y. Park, Esq.
Kwon Y. Park was born in Seoul, South Korea, and grew up in the Hoosier State (Indiana). During college, Park was part of a start-up restaurant in his hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. Upon graduation, Park spent the summer as a US Representative for an international leather manufacturing company in Seoul, South Korea. After his first year of law school, Park spent the summer as a law clerk for the Chief Deputy in the Indiana Office of the Attorney General and studied abroad with Duke University School of Law at the University of Hong Kong. In his second year of law school, Park was a legal intern for the Office of International Affairs at the SEC and the Office of Chief Counsel in the Division of Enforcement at the CFTC.
In his third year of law school, Park received the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Public Service Fellowship for his outstanding government service, and served as a legal intern in the Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight at the CFTC. Prior to joining Delta Strategy Group, Park was a legal intern in the Office of Commissioner Scott D. O’Malia at the CFTC. In law school, Park also served as the Executive Editor of the Forum on Law, Economics and Finance (F-LEAF), a student companion to George Washington University Law School’s financial and economic law think tank, Center for Law, Economics and Finance (C-LEAF).
Upon graduation from law school, Park has remained active in the Korean-American community. In 2015, he was selected as one of 26 fellows to participate in the University of Southern California’s NetKAL leadership program. In addition, Park was selected by the Korea Foundation to attend a roundtable at the UN headquarters in New York City to discuss unification and peace in the Korean peninsula, and Korea-Japan-China relationships in the changing global environment. Following the roundtable, Park was invited to Seoul, South Korea to promote mutual understanding and friendship between Korea and the United States. In 2016, Park was selected to participate in the Overseas Korea Foundation’s 19th Future Leaders Conference in Seoul, South Korea.
Park received his Bachelor of Science in 2010, with a double major in Finance and Entrepreneurship & Corporate Innovation from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University – Bloomington and his Juris Doctor in 2014, from the George Washington University Law School. He is a member of the New York State Bar and the D.C. Bar.