The Executive Board, advised by several executive
committees, oversees KOSAF’s activities. It is responsible for key strategies
to realize its mission, vision and values.
The KOSAF workforce numbers at about 250 employees and contract workers at
its main office in Daegu and branch office in Seoul, Korea. This number increases during the peak student
aid application seasons, during which KOSAF employs short-term employees—many of
whom include postsecondary students in Korea who are looking for summer
jobs. The foundation primarily employs managerial, professional, technical, and
Employees at KOSAF work together to serve
students, partners, supporters, and donors. Purposeful and consistent efforts
are made to deliver valuable programs in a manner that is transparent, fair, and
characterized by open communication.
- KOSAF is organized into departments by primary areas of
responsibility. The Chairman oversees all of the affairs of the foundation and
its employees. In addition, the the executive directors and the managing director supervise a set of
departments under each Bureau. Audit is managed separately by the Auditor.
- The leadership of KOSAF consists of executive staff and a board of
directors. A number of committees advise the foundation. Executive directors
and board members (numbering at a maximum of 15, including the Chairman,
according to the Act and Enforcement Decree by which the foundation was
established) are appointed to KOSAF.