Wylie Chen is an accomplished executive with over 20 years of experience in community health, policy, youth development, sports philanthropy, and community empowerment. While serving in leadership roles at the Children’s Defense Fund and U.S. Soccer Foundation, Wylie organized state and federal policy issues on education, health and juvenile justice and developed and implemented innovative national literacy, health, and sports-based youth programs, reaching hundreds of thousands of families nationwide.
His work is dedicated to promoting social justice, particularly among youth in underserved communities. Over the past two decades, Wylie has volunteered in numerous capacities for organizations such as APIA Vote, CAPAL, OCA, AAAFund Young Professionals, and most recently, as a Co-Chair of Chinese Americans for Biden. He has served on numerous nonprofit boards and commissions, including serving on the DC Democratic State Committee, chairing the D.C. Mayor’s Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs, and is currently a board member for Kundiman, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing writers and readers of Asian American literature.
Wylie lives in Washington, D.C. with his spouse and two young children.
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