David Kim, the co-founder of locally-based C2 Education, was invited to talk with the Obama administration at the White House on issues important to the Korean-American community. The luncheon, which brought together Korean American community leaders from across the country, addressed U.S. relations with South and North Korea, immigration, human rights, small business, education, civil rights and trade. Kim previously attended the White House in October last year to attend a state dinner which honored South Korean President Lee Myung-bak. C2 Education, Inc. is an Atlanta-based tutoring company worth $50 million.
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