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)
Mr. Doug Watkins
Ms. Yeounhee Ahn
Ms. Vivian FU
Senior Communication Officer
Facilitator to CEPA Working Group
Ms. Yoon Kyung LEE
External Relations Manager
Ms. Hyeseon DO
Senior Programme Officer
Ms. Hyojung Yoo
Administration & Finance Officer
Ms. Yeonah Ku
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. Yeji Park Hello, my name is Yeji Park. I am majoring International Trade in Inha University in Ro Korea. Now, I am working as an Administration & Finance Assistant at the EAAFP Secretariat. I have always wanted to work at an organization which deals with environmental issues, so working in this organization is such an honor for me. I will try my best to do well and get a lot of experience through my first internship.
Ms. Eugene Kim Hello, my name is Eugene Kim, and I am majoring in Global Affairs and minoring in Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. I have always desired to work in an international organization that promotes protecting human rights and environmental values correlated to Sustainable Development Goals. Since I have worked at Peace and Conflict Center Asia and The Bridge International as an English coordinator, working as a communication assistant in EAAFP will be a meaningful experience. I hope to be part of the change that can save migratory birds, and wetlands for the environment.
Ms. Ejin Kim Hello. My name is Ejin Kim, a new Communication Assistant at the EAAFP Secretariat. I am majoring in Global Affairs and concentrating on Media, Communication, and Culture at George Mason University. I’m really happy to work at EAAFP to understand how to communicate with other international environmental organizations and countries to deal with the environmental field. Based on my previous experience, I believe I can explore and widen my knowledge of the environmental sector as well as migratory waterbirds. As a Communication Assistant, I always do my best and I am looking forward to having a meaningful time at EAAFP by working with great colleagues.
Ms. Yunjeong Choi Hello! I am Yunjeong Choi, the Programme Assistant at the EAAFP. I’m from Incheon, Korea and majoring in Korean Language and Literature & Public Administration in Yonsei University. I am interested in international organizations and Korean law and want to be a consultant of Korean laws in international legal cases in the future. I really hope to learn how I can share my abilities in the international society and learn what I didn’t have in the past. Using my communication and language abilities, I am very honored to bring a change to international society.
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.
Ms. Nlicia Lara My name is Nlicia Lara, a major in Korean Trade and Commerce at Incheon National University. I come from Trinidad and Tobago, a beautiful twin island nation in the Caribbean. I have a pure science background, having previously graduated from the University of the West Indies with a BSc. in Physics and a minor in Environmental Physics. After being involved in entrepreneurship and business management for many years, I was exposed to Korean culture, and I shifted my focus to international affairs, with a special interest in finance and policy. After my migration to Korea in 2018 to attend Incheon National, I developed a strong interest in international development cooperation. My greatest hope is to engage in the field of holistic development policy. During my time at the EAAFP, I hope to gain practical experience in the day-to-day running of an international NGO and to make a positive impact on the work of the Secretariat. I extend my gracious thanks to the organization for this opportunity!
Mr. Yong June Kim Nice to meet you all. My name is Yong June Kim, currently majoring in Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. Without a doubt, I am looking forward to working as a Programme Assistant with other outstanding members at EAAFP. Based on my previous working experience at one of the partnered organizations of EAAFP, I believe that I could further deepen my knowledge of the importance of migratory birds and wetland preservation through working at the Secretariat. Furthermore, I am certain that the EAAFP Secretariat will provide meaningful experiences so that I could have a better understanding of international organizations’ crucial roles in the environment for the global society. I sincerely hope to contribute to EAAFP through supporting projects regarding wetland preservation and migratory bird species.