Welcome to our podcast presented by the J.K. Lee Community. We’re going to be bringing you closer to individuals who are living examples of our tenets and oath. (If you missed our first episode, you can see it here: 2020 Gala)

Our podcast is being produced, researched and brought to life by students at J.K. Lee City Youth and J.K. Lee Black Belt Academy. In addition to learning about our tenets in action, our students are learning about communication, the media, language, performance, marketing and design!  (Parental note: Episodes are aimed at children ages ten and up.

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Our podcast is lead and hosted by Miss Chloe Lee. She has been doing taekwondo since she was three years old and is currently a first degree black belt at J.K. Lee's Blackbelt Academy. Chloe wanted to host the podcast because she wants to teach others about the importance of the tenets of taekwondo and practice her interviewing and communication skills. She enjoys playing tennis, the oboe, and reading.

January 2021 Special Guest Master Susan Miller

Listen in for an inspiring conversation on what it means to be a martial arts master. We are talking about perseverance, self discipline and being our best selves. 

 

Our guest, Master Miller, began studying martial arts in 1974. She has trained in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C. and Milwaukee. As a teen she competed in eastern USA, Canada and Puerto Rico. Master Miller has been training and teaching at J.K. Lee since 1990. She implemented a Tae Kwon Do program in the public school system where she works as a school psychologist.

When she started at J.K. Lee Brookfield, Grand Master Lee’s holistic concern for the health and well being of his students impressed her and she wishes to continue that work. Master Miller believes that Tae Kwon Do is an effective tool for bringing out the best in children and for the self.

In our December 2020 episode, we talk with Ms. Amanda Fahrendorf about the martial arts tenets, her work in the community and the Riverwest Food Pantry. 

If you'd like to help visit RiverwestFoodPantry.org

We are excited to be talking with Ms. Rory Linnane about her work as a reporter with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. We are learning about what tenets she uses to do her job!

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