Masters, Tom

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Masters was born in Pusan, Korea, and adopted by an American family when he was six.

He was the first Asian-American to be hired by the Kansas State Police Department and the first Korean-American FBI agent in the New York Division.

He is on the board of directors of KAAN, the Korean American Adoptee, Adoptive Family Network.

References

"KAAN's Board of Directors." [Includes portrait]. Available at: http://www.kaanet.com/BOD.htm

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