YoungHoon Bryan Kim is the Founder & Chair of the United Sigma Intelligence Association (USIA).
In the activities of non-profit organizations, YoungHoon Bryan Kim is the Founder and Chair of the United Sigma Intelligence Association (USIA), a non-profit NGO limited by guarantee, registered in England UK; Steering Committee Member and Senior Global Strategy Advisor at the Complex Biological Systems Alliance, a non-profit in the United States; Advisor of the Biotech/Medical Board at the Lifeboat Foundation, a non-profit in the United States; Honorary Member at the International Longevity Alliance, a non-profit in France.
In the mind sports field, he is an International Goodwill Ambassador at the Tony Buzan Group’s Brain Trust Charity in the United Kingdom; South Korean Arbiter (voluntary arbiter) at the World Memory Championships and 1st Asia Memory Championships (2015 in Hong Kong organized by Andy Fong); Senior Advisor at the World Memory Championships of Hong Kong.
In the human intellectual networks, he is ranked #1 in the world in the World Genius Directory where he was awarded the Honorary Fellowship in honor of his outstanding intellectual achievement. With perfect scores on various professional high range intelligence tests, he is a full member of several high intellectual societies, including the Mega Society. To measure human cognitive potential and to study the high cognitive abilities of humans, he developed some highly intelligent tests for talented adults.
He studied academic degrees in psychology, neuroscience, sociology, philosophy, and theology at King's College London, University of London, Korea University, and Yonsei University.