Lee Mi Kyung (aka Miky Lee), the vice chairman of the CJ group, was elected as the vice-chair of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Board of Trustees.
According to U.S. media Deadline, Miky Lee became the vice-chair of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which will open in Los Angeles in April next year.
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos was elected as the chairman, Paramount’s Jim Gianopulos was elected Treasurer, while Kimberly Steward was re-elected as Secretary. The full board also includes Tom Hanks, Ryan Murphy, and Dawn Hudson.
Academy Museum’s Board Of Trustees will “oversee the organization’s strategic vision, maintains its financial health, and ensures the institution fulfills its mission to advance the understanding, celebration, and preservation of cinema.”
Over the past two decades, Miky Lee has engraved her presence as a driving force for Korean cinema and entertainment in Korea and overseas. Most recently, she drew keen attention as the executive producer of Oscar-winning film Parasite.