Prosecutors’ Committee Co-Chairs Rosemary Yu and Brian Lee share the wonderful news that Kin Ng, AABANY member and co-founder of the Prosecutors’ Committee, was honored on March 23 by the CCBA (Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association):

We are happy to report that our very own, Kin Ng was honored on Saturday, March 23, 2013 with the Outstanding Alumni Award/Community Service Award from the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and the New York Chinese School (which is run by the CCBA and over 100 years old!) during the annual Youth Festival, where they honor one alumni for this award each year.

Kin Ng has been a prosecutor in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office (KCDA) for over 21 years. In 2007, Mr. Ng was promoted to the position of Chief of Training, making him the first Asian American Executive-level ADA in the history of the Brooklyn DA’s office and currently the only Asian American Executive ADA in NYS. He is responsible for coordinating/conducting training for over 550 Assistant District Attorneys and the entire Legal Internship Program. Within Kings County, he is also a member of the Ethics Oversight Panel, the Executive Interviewing Staff, the Victims’ Committee, and serves as the Chief Liaison to the Brooklyn Asian Community. As for professional affiliations, Mr. Ng is a very active member of the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY) and was a founding member and former chair of its Prosecutors’ Committee. He is a member of the District Attorneys’ Association of the State Of New York’s (DAASNY) training subcommittee and the current co-chair of the ABA’s Racial and Ethnic Justice and Diversity committee. In 2011, he became a co-founding member of the National Asian Pacific Islander Prosecutors’ Association (NAPIPA) and is currently on NAPIPA’s National Executive Board and the President of its New York Regional Chapter. Mr. Ng is also an Adjunct Professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Chinese press coverage in the World Journal can be found here and in Epoch Times here.

Congratulations, Kin!