Adoptees of Color
& Foster Care Alumni Workplace Study

There are an estimated 5M+ Adoptees in the US. Each year, over 390,000 Foster Youth are in care waiting for permanent homes.

As people enter the workforce, their lived experience in the child welfare system is largely unknown as our society has not yet included this lived experience in their efforts to create more inclusive, diverse, and equitable places to work.

The Inclusion Initiative is excited to be releasing our first-of-its-kind study and data analysis on Adoptees of Color and Foster Care Alumni in the workplace.

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Our Founder

Grace Yung Foster, Founder & CEO of The Inclusion Initiative

At 3 years old, Grace was orphaned and abandoned at the local market in South Korea and eventually ended up in the US foster care system to be adopted. 

Because of her very difficult experience as a Transracial Adoptee and Foster Youth in a predominantly white community, she never truly felt belonging anywhere, including in the workplace.

Through The Inclusion Initiative, she has created a community of belonging for those who share her lived experiences.