East Asian–Australasian Flyway Partnership Secretariat
EAAF Partnership Secretariat
Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea (22004)
EAAFP Science Unit
Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China (100083)
Ms. Jennifer George
Ms. Yeounhee Ahn
Deputy Chief Executive
Kyle Esperanza Zuleta
Senior Programme Officer
Senior Communication Officer
Facilitator to CEPA Working Group
Ms. Yoon Kyung LEE
External Relations Manager
Ms. Hyojung Yoo
Administration & Finance Officer
External Relations Specialist
Ms. Jisun Lee
Ms. Cynthia A. Layusa
Regional Flyway Initiative - EAAFP Coordinator Consultant
Science Unit (based in Beijing, China)
Dr. Qing ZENG
SU Coordinator/ Science Officer
Facilitator to Anatidae Working Group / Coordination of color marking / Coordination of FNS designation and reviewal of the existing data / Literature collection & circulation / Black-faced Spoonbill Working Group / Scaly-Sided Merganser Task Force
Prof. Guangchun LEI
Dr. Cai LU
Facilitator to Monitoring Working Group / Yellow Sea Ecoregion Task Force
Dr. Yifei JIA
Facilitator to Crane Working Group / Shorebird Working Group / Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force / Amur Heilong Basin Task Force / Far Eastern Curlew Task Force / Dalmatia Pelican Task Force
Current Interns & Volunteers
Ms. Sabine Leykam Hello! My name is Sabine Leykam, I recently graduated from the University of Bayreuth with a Master of Arts in International Economics and Governance. I’m happy to be appointed as a new Programme Assistant at the EAAFP Secretariat and grateful for the opportunity to learn more about avian conservation and expand my knowledge of international cooperation. During my time at the EAAFP, I hope I will not only gain experience in the field but also contribute towards the goal of the organization.
Mr. Ju Hyeok Lee Hello, I’m Ju Hyeok Lee, a newly appointed communication assistant at the EAAFP Secretariat. Currently pursuing my major in Environmental Science at the University of Hong Kong, I am thrilled to be part of the team. With a deep passion for avian conservation and a keen interest in birdwatching, I am grateful for this internship opportunity. I look forward to gaining insights into collaborative efforts among organizations working towards the common goal of global avian conservation.
Ms. Si-jin Kim Hello! I am Si-Jin Kim, a new Programme Assistant at EAAFP Secretariat. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, and during my Bachelor’s, I mainly studied Environmental Sciences subjects such as Environmental Ecology and Climate Change Adaptation & Mitigation. So I am highly interested in environmental issues and how to solve them locally and internationally. In addition, I would love to work at an international organization in the field of these environmental issues in the future. Therefore, I feel lucky and am excited to work with EAAFP as a Programme Assistant and learn and experience further international cooperation to conserve migratory waterbirds and their habitats.Throughout the internship, I am passionate about learning more about conservation ecology and international cooperation in these fields.
Ms. Yoonjae Bae Hello! I am Yoonjae Bae, the External Relations & Foundation Assistant at the EAAFP. Since I study Sustainable Development and Cooperation, I hope to make a positive impact on the organization’s mission with my skills and knowledge in the field. I am grateful for this internship opportunity to learn more about the framework and dynamics of partnerships for environmental sustainability through my internship.
Hello, I am HE Ying, graduated from Jiangnan University in China. I am so grateful to have a chance to work for EAAFP. I believe the internship could bring me more knowledge about science and conservation on the migratory birds and their habitats. I would do my best to make contribution to the flyway work.