Hyun Jin Moon
|Hyun Jin Moon|
|Alma mater||Harvard Business School|
|Parents||Sun Myung Moon
Hak Ja Han
Early life and education
Moon was born in South Korea on born 10th April 1969, before moving to the United States at a later age. In 1998, Moon graduated from Columbia University with a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard University. After completing his education, he became the Chairman and CEO of News World Communications.
Hyun Jin Moon took part in the in the Seoul Olympics in 1988 and the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 summer Olympic Games as a member of the South Korean equestrian team.
In 2000 Moon began developing a non-profit that worked in the field of world peace. He went to create and found the global NGO Service for Peace in 2002.
In 2009, Moon founded the Global Peace Foundation, where he is currently the chairman.  The foundation went onto include world leaders such as James R. Mancham, Said Aqiel Siradj and Manoel Ferreira.
In September 2011, Service for Peace was recognized by the United Nations as a DPI Associated NGOs. In early 2014, he featured in the media discussing the Global Peace Youth Corps he founded. 
Moon was involved in environmental preservation and restoration projects. This included Moon’s foundation getting the Kenyan Prime Minister to agree to them cleaning the Nairobi Dam. This project led to other projects in the area, including work on the Nairobi River in Kenya and the Baghmati River in Nepal and the reforestation campaigns in Kenya, Paraguay, and Northeast Asia. 
Moon was also heavily involved in the signature project of the Global Peace Foundation has been to bring solar-powered light and generators to remote village with little access to electricity or clean energy. In December 2013, he further discussed how solar energy could play a part in ending poverty.
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