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Yonah Martin Senator from British Columbia Incumbent Assumed office  January 2, 2009 Appointed by Stephen Harper Personal details Born April 11, 1965 (1965-04-11) (age 46) Seoul, South Korea Political party Conservative Yonah Kim-Martin (born April 11, 1965) is a Conservative Senator from British Columbia. She was appointed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and is the first Canadian of Korean descent to hold federal public office. A professional educator for twenty-one years, Martin graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1987 and taught English and drama at W.J. Mouat Secondary School in Abbotsford, BC, for fourteen years. She earned a Master of Education degree in 1996, and went on to teach at several more schools in Burnaby and Coquitlam school districts until her Senate appointment, effective January 2, 2009. She ran as a Conservative candidate in the 2008 federal election, but was narrowly defeated. Born in Seoul, South Korea, Martin immigrated to Canada with her family in 1972, settling in Vancouver. With deep roots in both Korean and Canadian heritage, she became a prominent community figure in 2003 when she co-founded a non-profit organization, the Corean Canadian Coactive (C3) Society.[1] Martin currently serves on several other boards and committees, including the Multicultural Advisory Council of BC (since 2006),.[2] She is an alumna and honorary patron of the St. Patrick Regional Secondary School Concert and Chamber Choirs, and has been part of the organizing committee for the annual Korean Heritage Day Festival since 2003. In recognition of her community service in the Tri-Cities area, Martin was awarded the 2004 Spirit of Community Award for Cultural Harmony[3] She was also awarded the Order of Civil Merit Moran Medal on October 9, 2009 by the Republic of Korea for National Development in the enhancement of the rights of overseas Koreans. She has been married to Doug Martin since 1990 and they have one daughter, Kiana Mi-Sun. Electoral record Canadian federal election, 2008 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures      New Democrat Dawn Black 20,787 41.8% +3.49      Conservative Yonah Martin 19,299 38.8% +6.27      Liberal Michelle Hassen 5,615 11.3% -12.23      Green Marshall Smith 3,574 7.20% +4.25      Libertarian Lewis C. Dahlby 314 0.6 NA      Marxist-Leninist Roland Verrier 103 0.20% +0.10 Total valid votes 49,692 100.00% Total rejected ballots 165 0.33 References ^ c3society.org - Home ^ Province of British Columbia ^ Society for Community Development External links Yonah Martin Yonah Martin - Parliament of Canada biography v · d · e  Current members of the Senate of Canada AB Banks • Brown • Fairbairn • McCoy • Mitchell • Tardif BC Campbell • Jaffer • Greene • Martin • Neufeld • St. Germain MB Carstairs • Chaput • Johnson • Plett • Stratton • Zimmer NB Day • Kinsella • Losier-Cool • Lovelace Nicholas • Mockler • Poirier • Ringuette • Robichaud • Stewart-Olsen • Wallace NL Baker • Cochrane • Furey • Marshall • Manning • vacant NS Comeau • Cordy • Cowan • Dickson • Greene • MacDonald • Mercer • Moore • Ogilvie • Oliver ON Ataullahjan • Braley • Cools • Di Nino • Eaton • Eggleton • Finley • Frum • Gerstein • Harb • Kenny • Kochhar • LeBreton • Mahovlich • Meighen • Meredith • Munson • Murray • Poulin • Poy • Runciman • Ruth • Segal • D. Smith PE Callbeck • Downe • Duffy • Hubley QC Angus • Boisvenu • Brazeau • Carignan • Champagne • Dallaire • Dawson • de Bané • Demers • Fortin-Duplessis • Fox • Fraser • Hervieux-Payette • Housakos • Joyal • Massicotte • Nolin • Pépin • Rivard • Rivest • Seidman • L. Smith • Verner • Watt SK Andreychuk • Dyck • Merchant • Peterson • Tkachuk • Wallin Territories NT Sibbeston NU Patterson YT Lang Conservative (C) • Independent (Ind.) or Not affiliated (N/A) • Liberal (L) • Progressive Conservative (PC) v · d · e  Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Chair Art Eggleton Vice Chair Kelvin Ogilvie Members David Braley · Catherine Callbeck · Andrée Champagne · Jane Cordy · Lillian Dyck · Nicole Eaton · Yonah Martin · Pana Merchant · Bob Runciman · Judith Seidman Persondata Name Martin, Yonah Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 11, 1965 Place of birth Seoul, Korea Date of death Place of death