"I feel very strongly that people are capable of coming together," said Oh.
A native Angeleno, Angela Oh made a commitment to help cure the problems of Los Angeles. California Assembly Speaker Willie Brown appointed her a co-counsel to the Assembly Special Committee on the Los Angeles Crisis, which is studying post-riot development. Recently, the committee has held hearings on issues such as banking and finance, mass transit, urban planning, and insurance.
In her after-work activities, Oh emerges as an eloquent Korean community spokeswoman. She is president of the Los Angeles Korean-American Bar Association and the Women's Organization Reaching Koreans, a group she co-founded to help Korean women balance the demands of a career and a family.
Please join us for what should be a very interesting evening. The reception starts at 5:30, the dinner is at 6:00, and the speech begins at 6:45.