Dr. Sarah Sun Liew's Family Background & Succesful Stories
Dr. Sarah Liew grew up in a family of educators who have made significant contributions to economics, politics, defense, and education in Korea and the United States. They are a family that achieved global achievements and has produced many university professors at some of the most leading universities.
Here are some of the family members who became professors with Ph.D. Degrees. Her uncle, Dr. Gongkyu Liew, Ph.D. in Economics who was a professor at Harvard Business School & Oklahoma University. Her aunt, Dr. Jeongja Liew, Doctor of Engineering and professor at Oklahoma University, and her cousin, Dr. Andrew Liew, Doctor of Medicine Professor at Oklahoma University Medical School
Her cousin, Dr. John Liew, Ph.D. in Economics, a trustee and a committee member at Chicago University.
Her uncle, Professor Kwan-woo Liew, Professor of Computer Science at North Carolina U.S., as well as Kyungpook National University. Her uncle, Professor Jae-k shim, Ph.D. in Economics at California State University Long Beach.
Her cousin, Dr. Jeong-tak Liew, Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering Professor in Daegu University in Korea & Duke University USA.
Her family member is dedicating their life to supporting the future generation's education to achieve an excellent track record to change the world economy and technology. Moreover, many family members are now delving into new scientific computer science, developing software, and artificial interagency intelligence.
Dr. Sarah Sun Liew's family members have worked as politicians and economists for four generations
Many of her family members have worked as politicians and economists for four generations, with high-ranking officials and outstanding economic developments in both countries.
Therefore, she was born with DNA and had many role models to help her work great as a political leader and economist. Some family members introduce politicians, journalists, and economists who influenced her life and motives for running for US Congress.
Her uncle Hwang Gil-soo worked on MBC TV as a political journalist who set outstanding records as a political journalist. He visited the White House on September 14, 1987, with President Roh Tae-woo to meet President Reagan of the United States.
Her grandfather, Jin Gul, Ryu (Liew) was an independent activist, enlightenment activist, economist, and politician co-founder of the Independent Labor Party of the Korean government and run congress office in 1949.
Her grandfather graduated from central university Japan, and he was hired as a Korean teacher of Dr. Ramstedt, a world-renowned linguist. Her grandfather's contributions helped spread the Korean language to the world. The book Korean Grammar, written by her grandfather and Dr. Ramstead, helped many American soldiers in Korea learn and understand Korean during the war.
Her grandfather's outstanding achievement as a politician, an independent activist, a Korean teacher, an economist, and a construction company's CEO/developer. His outstanding achievement is recorded in Korean history and reported in many media until today, and remains a legacy mission for her family from generation to generation until today.
Her Uncle Pil-Woo, Liew, was a director of the Korea Economic Planning Board during President Park Chung-hee. Her uncle Ryu Pil-woo was a director of the Korea Economic Planning Board.
It is the most critical position that contributed to various Korea's economic growth through significant industries. Her uncle, Ryu( Liew) Pil-woo, was the most crucial person in the senior post because the financial planning agency has planned and carried out all the costs of pioneering the country. Besides, he was also a director of the Korean Defense Industry Department and performed various important tasks for defense in Korea and the United States.
Her other uncle, Dr. Gong-kyu Liew, worked as an economics professor at Oklahoma Economics graduate School. During his 23 years before his death, Dr. Gong-kyu, Liew was enthusiastic about education and research. He has published 50 papers in professional journals and authored 12 books. Besides, Dr. Liew carried out 14 research projects.
As a visiting professor at Harvard University, he had made great strides in econometrics in the United States. He also worked as an adviser to the Korea Research Foundation, run by President Chun Doo-hwan.
He is also a consultant to the U.S. Department of Transportation and has made many U.S. traffic order and traffic metering achievements. He has developed software for weighing constraints, multi-regional variation, input, and output models(MRVIO), https://apps.dtic.mil/sti/pdfs/ADA165509.pdf. He was also an adviser to the Army's Army technical department.
Her cousin, Dr. John Liew, became a self-made billionaire and has been featured in Forbes Magazine. He donated 20 million dollars to Chicago University and served as a trustee. John Liew is a co-founder of AQR, the world's second-largest hedge fund company in the world, founded with his best friends. It has contributed to the growth and global economy of many companies around the world.
As a committee member and a trustee of Chicago University's operation, he donated 20 million to the student's research product faculty. He and his three co-founders recorded in Forbes magazine as a Billionaire roll in.
Dr. Sarah Sun Liew's Childhood and Marriage Life
Dr. Sarah Liew's childhood, her parents, are patriots who have lived in Andong and devoted their life conveying Korean culture. Andong is a place visited by the Queen of England and his son and is the home of a heritage recognized by UNESCO.
Her grandfather inherited to Dr. Liew's father his wealth with the legacy mission, so her parents were the wealthiest villager with 27 units of house and many lands. Therefore, Dr. Liew's parent's task always to help those in need in the village first as community leaders. They supported the elderly, single mothers, many poor people in need, and less fortunate people.
They provided for free dwellings and gave jobs until they are self-reliant and allowed to use short-term public kindergarten school and permitting general community meeting holding from their house. Her parents had a big heart for their community. Dr. Liew learned public services from her parents from early childhood to help her parents with those tasks and transform the legacy mission.
Dr. Liew's aunt lives in Texas, and her husband served as American army officers for more than 26 years. Dr. Liew's old sister, two senior brothers & two sisters-in-law live as role models and exemplary leaders in society. She has ten nephews and nieces in Korea and America, and all of her family are working hard for the future generation.