East Asian–Australasian Flyway Partnership Secretariat
EAAF Partnership Secretariat
Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea (22004)
Mr. Doug Watkins
Mr. Min-jong JEON
Deputy Chief Executive
Ms. Yejin JUNG
Administration & Finance Officer
Ms. Vivian FU
Facilitator to CEPA Working Group
Ms. Yoon Kyung LEE
External Relations Manager
Ms. Hyeseon DO
Ms. You Jin Lee
Ms. Yeonah Ku
Local Project Coordinator
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
Dr. Lan WU
Facilitator to Avian Influenza Working Group / Seabird Working Group / Baer’s Pochard Task Force / Illegal Hunting Task Force
Current Interns & Volunteers
Hi! My name is Hea Su Lee, a graduating senior of Summer 2020, with a B.A of Global Affairs and Journalism minor at George Mason University. I’m so glad to work at EAAFP Secretariat as the External Relations Assistant. I’m looking forward to being part of supporting the organization’s goal of enhancing collaborations for the conservation of migratory waterbirds and sustainable developments. I believe this opportunity will help me to learn about how international organizations cooperate with each other in a global field. I’ll do as much as I can to support the Secretariat!
Hi, my name is Dongyoung Lee achieved Bachelor Arts of Global Affairs at George Mason University on December 2019. I am glad to be a part of EAAFP Secretariat as an intern of Administration/Staff Assistant. This internship opportunity will help me to develop myself and to learn about conservation of birds and flyway. Not only the conservation will be learned, but the importance of environment will also be the other part I want to learn. I am happy meeting our staffs and jumping into new environment. Obviously, I will do my best as much as I can.
HI, I’m Brenda, the new programme assistant at EAAFP. I graduated from University of Toronto with a major in ecology and evolutionary biology. I fell in love with birds after watching a nature documentary about birds of paradise, and have been on birding trips in the Toronto area a few times since. I’m excited to take on projects related to the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats!
Hi, I am Saemi Jung, majoring in Global Affairs and Conflict Analysis and Resolution in George Mason university. It is great honor for me to be involved in EAAFP and work as a communication assistant. I am looking forward to having a keen insight on environmental issues, in particular conservation of migratory birds and I hope to have a deeper understanding on cooperation of international organizations as well.
Hi, I am Suyeon Kang, and I major in International Studies and Economics at Yonsei University. I am thrilled to work at EAAFP Secretariat as an Administration and Finance Assistant to assist both our Chief Executive and our team members in bringing the world together for the conservation of flyway. I believe this opportunity will serve as a stepping stone for me to participate in various projects pertaining to UN SDGs and share ideas with many professionals about environmental mission projects for migratory birds before I take a further step in becoming an international professional for development practice. Can’t wait!
Hello. I am Heasoo Kim majoring in World Politics and Sociology at the Ohio State University. It is a great honor to start my first internship at EAAFP Secretariat as External Relations Assistant. I am looking forward to learning how EAAFP Secretariat and other government institutions cooperate and interact for the public goods, in particular, the conservation of the migratory birds around the world, and to taking part in the projects that EAAFP Secretariat does.
Hi, I am Jisoo, majoring in Education Studies and Spanish in University of Wisconsin—Madison. I am grateful for this internship opportunity as a programme assistant at EAAFP! I look forward to understanding and experiencing the great meaning and importance of the preservation of flyway. With my passion for conservation, I will do my very best to learn and support EAAFP!
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.