The below post is Jesse John Francis Clark's experience with Michelle Kim of the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California.
As some of you might already know by now, I was the Secretary for the Nevada Chapter of National Hemophilia Foundation. I saw what was going on within the chapter and NHF and decided to resign. I then tried to join other NHF Chapters to see if they were any better. One of the other chapters I applied for a board seat was the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California. Michelle Kim is the current executive director there. Well, I emailed and emailed. I then finally got a half-ass response. I replied to the email and never got a reply back. That week I filed documents and started my own hemophilia non-profit and the rest is history.
Why do I bring this up now? Well, Michelle Kim made a comment on my last post. She says “That so rude.” Do you know what’s rude, Michelle? Not returning someone’s emails, especially those from the community in which you serve.
A little background on Michelle, she graduated from Wellesley College and went on to The University of Pennslyvania Law School. She currently lives in Southern California where she is currently not admitted to practice law. I guess the California bar exam was too difficult for her to pass. It’s an absolute joke that she uses ESQ in her email signature. You are nothing but an NHF chapter Executive Director of a corrupt bleeding disorder non-profit.