The American Women’s Club promotes friendship, social connections, and unity among international women. Our club builds good relations with Koreans through cultural, educational and recreational activities. We support local Korean and American communities through charitable contributions.
Who We Are
We are a diverse group of women of all nationalities. We are short-term and long-term residents in Korea. Our members have traveled to Korea for work, education, or with family. The AWC is run by a volunteer board of women. Our members often recommend restaurants, outings, and resources.
We would love to hear from you.
AWC Korea Presidents
- Denise Burchette 2017-18
- Lexy Boudreau, 2016-17
- Rhonda Kupka, 2015-16
- Monica Dascher, December 14 – March 15
- Elaine Sherwin Seymour, April 14 – December 14
- Urmila Sundaram, 2012 – 2014
- Jessica Tychsen Townsend, July – September 2012
- Dani Falb Sedlak, April – July 2012
- Juliana Ellerbe Tayler, 2011 – 2012
Our International Affiliation
What We Do
The American Women’s Club hosts activities throughout the year. We have a variety of activities to match your interests and volunteer opportunities, too.
The AWC hosts daytime, evening, and weekend events to fit our different types of members interests. We host a range of events for individuals, couples, and families with children. Choose from our regular activities including crafts, coffees, tours, shopping, hikes, community service, and cocktails.