Isaac J. Kassin, Chief Executive Officer
Isaac J. Kassin is a New York honors high school student attending York Prep in Manhattan as a Senior. His foremost priorities are performing well in high school in preparation for NYU Stern School of Business (the college of his dreams), and executing his philanthropy movement to make an everlasting change on this earth and to the people living on it. To increase the chances of his charitable aspirations coming to fruition, Isaac used his passion, diligence and work ethic to found The Charity Crew and The Isaac J. Kassin Fund. Hitherto, Isaac has hosted multiple fundraisers and charity events raising tens of thousands of dollars for both global and community organizations such as WHO, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Isaac’s interests include reading and writing, fervors that he feeds through his articles and book publication, and surfing, which he does every summer with his friends. Isaac lives by the axiom that “philanthropy is a passion, and a work of art, that is unique in that it influences the lives of both the artist and the painting; the philanthropist and the beneficiary.”
Seal-Bin Han, Chief Operating Officer and President
Seal-Bin Han was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by South Korean parents. In order to maximize his educational opportunities, his family moved to the United States, where he now studies at The Bromfield School in Harvard, MA. Seal-Bin is driven to give to the community that has accepted him with open arms. Tolerance, neighborly compassion, and cooperation with a social conscience are cornerstones of the Harvard community's ethos, which Seal-Bin endeavors to replicate in his personal life. He is the current president of the school's High School Student Council, Young Democrats Organization, and Tri-M Music Honor Society. He is also the chair of the Bromfield Peer Tutoring Service, a committee member of the North Middlesex Relay for Life, and a staff journalist for The Harvard Press.
Amay Bhojani, Chief International Officer and Director of Global Strategies
A proud Indian by origin, Amay Bhojani was born and raised in Dubai, a global business metropolis situated in the United Arab Emirates. Amay has experienced the growth and transformation of a truly international city from its humble beginnings. As a rising senior, he hopes to pursue economics and environmental engineering in college. Amay enjoys a plethora of intellectual, political, and philanthropic activities; he served as Secretary General of the largest Model United Nations in the Middle East, DIAMUN, and is currently the Head Boy of Dubai International Academy, a leading International Baccalaureate school in the Middle East. Amay is also the Founding President of both, ThinkYouth!, a teenage support group that engages in community and service in Dubai, and EduConnect, an online Model United Nations education resource. In addition to this, Amay, an avid environmentalist, has received various national accolades during his tenure as President of the Ecology Conservation society at his school, where he has overseen the publication of an environmental newsletter, and the construction of hydroponics units to promote water sustainability.
Raymond King, Chief Advisor
Raymond King has been involved in several charitable ventures since his start in 7th grade. His foundation, Save our Society, or SOS, has garnered over $30,000 over its five years in operation, raising funds for the Cardiac Association of Thailand, the Foundation for Slum Child Care Bangkok, the Concordia Day Care Center, and most recently funds to build a well for Charity: Water. His business experience includes working at advertising agency Young & Rubicam in its flagship Asia branch, communicating with clients as well as working in the strategic planning department as well as private equity firm Shaw Kwei and Partners in Hong Kong, aiding the management of portfolios worth several millions of dollars. Raymond is also very involved in Model U.N. in his school, attaining the position of Secretary General by popular vote, organizing the upcoming BKKMUN conference for over 700 delegates.