Grace Aguiling-Dalisay has spent the past 35 years of her professional life in the joint worlds of the academia and civil society. Early in her career, alongside teaching and research duties at the University of the Philippines Diliman, Prof. Aguiling-Dalisay served as a volunteer psychologist for a national organization devoted to the rehabilita-tion of children in difficult political circumstances and armed conflict. She was Research Director for a television show on children's development and was actively involved in youth-based service programs. A volunteer most of her life, she moved into formal volunteering management in 1997 with her post as director of the Ugnayan ng Pahinungod, the volunteer programme of the University of the Philippines System. As such, Prof. Aguiling-Dalisay saw to the implementation of a volunteer management system in undertaking Pahinungod’s multi-dimensional anti-poverty programmes with marginalized communities in the country, including the autonomous regions of the Cordillera and Muslim Mindanao. She has since been immersed in various volunteering for development programmes and advocacies. She has taught and published on volunteerism and social responsibility, as well as psychological perspectives on social issues. Inspired by the UN International Year of the Volunteer in 2001, she co-founded the Volunteer Organizations Information, Coordination and Exchange (VOICE) which is now based in Mindanao. She has been involved in the governance of various volunteer and professional organizations and is a long-standing member of the IAVE. She was Vice-President for Academic Affairs of Miriam College and Chair of the Department of Psychology, College of Social Sciences and Philosopy at the University of the Philippines Diliman. As an academic administrator, she has advocated for the integration of service-learning, volunteerism, and social responsibility in various disciplines and academic levels. Dr. Grace is a Registered Psychologist and a Certified Specialist in Developmental Psychology. She is Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines Diliman, Chair of the Outreach Committee of the Psychological Association of the Philippines, and President of the Volunteer Organizations Information Coordination and Exchange (VOIC) Network. ( 9.30.14) tive director, continuing on to the present as founding president on the board. She also serves on the board of independent non-profit organizations, which are united in their commitment to sus-tainable human development through various paths: Centre for Educational Measurement (education), the National Association for Sikolohiyang Pilipino/Filipino Psychology (gender, culture, and indigenous psychology), and the International Association for Volunteer Effort (volunteering). She continues to link with the government-mandated Philippine National Volun-teer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) for initiatives of national and international volun-teer organizations in the Philippines. Ms. Aguiling-Dalisay has been a volunteer psychologist, trainer, and selector for the then VSO Philippines, and of VSO Bahaginan. At present, she is board trustee of the VSO International in the UK, and is board chairperson of VSO Bahaginan in the Philippines.

Grace Aguiling-Dalisay

Grace Aguiling-Dalisay has spent the past 35 years of her professional life in the joint worlds of the academia and civil society. Early in her career, alongside teaching and research duties at the University of the Philippines Diliman, Prof. Aguiling-Dalisay served as a volunteer psychologist for a national organization devoted to the rehabilita-tion of children in difficult political circumstances and armed conflict. She was Research Director for a television show on children's development and was actively  involved in youth-based service programs.  A volunteer most of her life, she moved into formal volunteering management in 1997 with her post as director of the Ugnayan ng Pahinungod, the volunteer programme of the University of the Philippines System. As such, Prof. Aguiling-Dalisay saw to the implementation of a volunteer management system in undertaking Pahinungod’s multi-dimensional anti-poverty programmes with marginalized communities in the country, including the autonomous regions of the Cordillera and Muslim Mindanao. She has since been immersed in various volunteering for development programmes and advocacies. She has taught and published on volunteerism and social responsibility, as well as psychological perspectives on social issues. Inspired by the UN International Year of the Volunteer in 2001, she co-founded the Volunteer Organizations Information, Coordination and Exchange (VOICE) which is now based in Mindanao. She has been involved in the governance of various volunteer and professional organizations and is a long-standing member of the IAVE.  She was Vice-President for Academic Affairs of Miriam College and  Chair of the Department of  Psychology, College of Social Sciences and Philosopy at the University of the Philippines Diliman. As an academic administrator, she has advocated  for the integration of service-learning, volunteerism, and social responsibility in various disciplines and academic levels.  Dr. Grace is a Registered Psychologist and a Certified Specialist in Developmental Psychology. She is  Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines Diliman, Chair of the Outreach Committee of the Psychological Association of the Philippines, and President of the Volunteer Organizations Information Coordination and Exchange (VOIC) Network. ( 9.30.14)    tive director, continuing on to the present as founding president on the board. She also serves on the board of independent non-profit organizations, which are united in their commitment to sus-tainable human development through various paths: Centre for Educational Measurement (education), the National Association for Sikolohiyang Pilipino/Filipino Psychology (gender, culture, and indigenous psychology), and the International Association for Volunteer Effort (volunteering). She continues to link with the government-mandated Philippine National Volun-teer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) for initiatives of national and international volun-teer organizations in the Philippines.  Ms. Aguiling-Dalisay has been a volunteer psychologist, trainer, and selector for the then VSO Philippines, and of VSO Bahaginan. At present, she is board trustee of the VSO International in the UK, and is board chairperson of VSO Bahaginan in the Philippines.

Grace Aguiling-Dalisay has spent the past 35 years of her professional life in the joint worlds of the academia and civil society. Early in her career, alongside teaching and research duties at the University of the Philippines Diliman, Prof. Aguiling-Dalisay served as a volunteer psychologist for a national organization devoted to the rehabilita-tion of children in difficult political circumstances and armed conflict. She was Research Director for a television show on children’s development and was actively involved in youth-based service programs.

A volunteer most of her life, she moved into formal volunteering management in 1997 with her post as director of the Ugnayan ng Pahinungod, the volunteer programme of the University of the Philippines System. As such, Prof. Aguiling-Dalisay saw to the implementation of a volunteer management system in undertaking Pahinungod’s multi-dimensional anti-poverty programmes with marginalized communities in the country, including the autonomous regions of the Cordillera and Muslim Mindanao. She has since been immersed in various volunteering for development programmes and advocacies. She has taught and published on volunteerism and social responsibility, as well as psychological perspectives on social issues. Inspired by the UN International Year of the Volunteer in 2001, she co-founded the Volunteer Organizations Information, Coordination and Exchange (VOICE) which is now based in Mindanao. She has been involved in the governance of various volunteer and professional organizations and is a long-standing member of the IAVE.

She was Vice-President for Academic Affairs of Miriam College and Chair of the Department of Psychology, College of Social Sciences and Philosopy at the University of the Philippines Diliman. As an academic administrator, she has advocated for the integration of service-learning, volunteerism, and social responsibility in various disciplines and academic levels.

Dr. Grace is a Registered Psychologist and a Certified Specialist in Developmental Psychology. She is Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines Diliman, Chair of the Outreach Committee of the Psychological Association of the Philippines, and President of the Volunteer Organizations Information Coordination and Exchange (VOIC) Network. ( 9.30.14)

tive director, continuing on to the present as founding president on the board. She also serves on the board of independent non-profit organizations, which are united in their commitment to sus-tainable human development through various paths: Centre for Educational Measurement (education), the National Association for Sikolohiyang Pilipino/Filipino Psychology (gender, culture, and indigenous psychology), and the International Association for Volunteer Effort (volunteering). She continues to link with the government-mandated Philippine National Volun-teer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) for initiatives of national and international volun-teer organizations in the Philippines.

Ms. Aguiling-Dalisay has been a volunteer psychologist, trainer, and selector for the then VSO Philippines, and of VSO Bahaginan. At present, she is board trustee of the VSO International in the UK, and is board chairperson of VSO Bahaginan in the Philippines.

Dondon, as he is fondly called in the NGO world, currently sits in the board of IAVE Philippines as head of the training and research committee. With his 20 year-extensive experience in community development, he is now part of the GPF International, Alllights Village (ALV) development office as one of the Program Development Officers. In the Philippines, he’s part of the GPF team in implementing ALV in disaster-stricken areas in the Visayas region, not just to organize communities but also involving youth to become local volunteer leaders. Before GPF, he was the National Director of Service for Peace (SFP) Philippines, an organization that promotes Peace through service-learning experience. He used to be the Director for partnerships and volunteer management for Hands On Manila Foundation, Inc., the first international affiliate of Hands On Network USA generated by Points of Lights Institute, where he still serve as a consultant. He is also a member of the pool of evaluators for the Philippine Council on NGO certification (PCNC), an organization that evaluates non-profit organizations in the Philippines to become a donee institution. He started his social development work as a grassroots community organizer for 7 years at Gratia Plena Social Action Center (SAC-GP), an organization that is into agri-business and social entrepreneurship by building federations of farmers associations advocating organic farming.

Emmanuel Bienvenido D. Marquez Jr

Dondon, as he is fondly called in the NGO world, currently sits in the board of IAVE Philippines as head of the training and research committee. With his 20 year-extensive experience in community development, he is now part of the GPF International, Alllights Village (ALV) development office as one of the Program Development Officers. In the Philippines, he’s part of the GPF team in implementing ALV in disaster-stricken areas in the Visayas region, not just to organize communities but also involving youth to become local volunteer leaders. Before GPF, he was the National Director of Service for Peace (SFP) Philippines, an organization that promotes Peace through service-learning experience. He used to be the Director for partnerships and volunteer management for Hands On Manila Foundation, Inc., the first international affiliate of Hands On Network USA generated by Points of Lights Institute, where he still serve as a consultant. He is also a member of the pool of evaluators for the Philippine Council on NGO certification (PCNC), an organization that evaluates non-profit organizations in the Philippines to become a donee institution. He started his social development work as a grassroots community organizer for 7 years at Gratia Plena Social Action Center (SAC-GP), an organization that is into agri-business and social entrepreneurship by building federations of farmers associations advocating organic farming.

Dondon, as he is fondly called in the NGO world, currently sits in the board of IAVE Philippines as head of the training and research committee. With his 20 year-extensive experience in community development, he is now part of the GPF International, Alllights Village (ALV) development office as one of the Program Development Officers. In the Philippines, he’s part of the GPF team in implementing ALV in disaster-stricken areas in the Visayas region, not just to organize communities but also involving youth to become local volunteer leaders. Before GPF, he was the National Director of Service for Peace (SFP) Philippines, an organization that promotes Peace through service-learning experience. He used to be the Director for partnerships and volunteer management for Hands On Manila Foundation, Inc., the first international affiliate of Hands On Network USA generated by Points of Lights Institute, where he still serve as a consultant. He is also a member of the pool of evaluators for the Philippine Council on NGO certification (PCNC), an organization that evaluates non-profit organizations in the Philippines to become a donee institution. He started his social development work as a grassroots community organizer for 7 years at Gratia Plena Social Action Center (SAC-GP), an organization that is into agri-business and social entrepreneurship by building federations of farmers associations advocating organic farming.

Pimsuda Tiandum, born and raised in Bangkok, the Country Director of Cross-Cultural Solutions (CCS) Thailand. I have been with CCS Thailand since its inception in 2002. I graduated with a bachelor's degree in nursing and master's degree in Community and Industrial Guidance and Counseling from universities in the United States. Prior to CCS, I had over 22 years of work experience in family health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, emergency relief work in refugee camps, development, and environmental awareness education. My extensive experience includes 11 years working with the U.S. Peace Corps in Thailand, and over ten years of work in a variety of social services and educational settings - the regional office of Family Planning International Assistance, an international arm of Planned Parenthood of America; the Population and Community Development Association, a local NGO; and Mahidol University. I believe deeply in a holistic approach to development and my biggest and most ambitious goal is to create a network of people from various cultural backgrounds to work together and share their experience to help improve life quality of underserved Thai people.

Pimsuda Tiandum

Pimsuda 2014

Pimsuda Tiandum, born and raised in Bangkok, the Country Director of Cross-Cultural Solutions (CCS) Thailand.  I have been with CCS Thailand since its inception in 2002. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in nursing and master’s degree in Community and Industrial Guidance and Counseling from universities in the United States. Prior to CCS, I had over 22 years of work experience in family health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, emergency relief work in refugee camps, development, and environmental awareness education.

My extensive experience includes 11 years working with the U.S. Peace Corps in Thailand, and over ten years of work in a variety of social services and educational settings – the regional office of Family Planning International Assistance, an international arm of Planned Parenthood of America; the Population and Community Development Association, a local NGO; and Mahidol University.  I believe deeply in a holistic approach to development and my biggest and most ambitious goal is to create a network of people from various cultural backgrounds to work together and share their experience to help improve life quality of underserved Thai people.

Corey Arnez Griffin is regarded as a passionate senior executive with deep international development, consulting, business development, sales and marketing experience in the private and public sectors. In 2012, Griffin was appointed Associate Director of Office of Strategic Partnerships and Senior Foreign Service Officer by President Obama to the Peace Corps. In this role, Mr. Griffin has responsibility for developing and executing the agency partnership strategy to support its mission and the work of its volunteers around the world. The Office of Strategic Partnerships includes the gifts and grants management, inter-governmental affairs, and university collaborations and partnerships. In this role, Mr. Griffin is also providing leadership to the Peace Corps’ effort to support the Administration’s expansion of national service and volunteerism. Prior to the Peace Corps, Griffin was appointed and served as Chief of Staff by Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie in the District of Columbia. In this role, Griffin served as the Councilmember’s chief political advisor and strategist on issues that included workforce and economic development, legislation, public policy and municipal administration. Mr. Griffin spent more than 14 years at Microsoft Corporation working in various roles and leadership positions, including roles in consulting, operations, and sales. As Director of International Development, Mr. Griffin had responsibility for Microsoft’s strategy for international development aid, trade and finance agencies, including United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), United Kingdom’s Department for International Development, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, etc. After Microsoft, Mr. Griffin joined MainStream GS, a veteran owned management consulting firm, specializing in helping to create high performance organizations in the public sector. As Vice President at MainStream GS, Mr. Griffin was responsible for the sales and business development efforts covering civilian federal agencies and the state and local markets. Griffin enjoys the privilege of service and has a long history of community, public, and non-profit engagement. In the international development community, he has served on the board of directors for the United States Global Leadership Campaign (USGLC) and the Society for International Development (SID), Washington DC chapter. Griffin also served on the boards of the Greater Washington Urban League, SamariCorp, and So Others Might Eat in the District of Columbia. Griffin is the co-founder of DC Innovates, a 501c (3) non-profit organization focused on promoting the innovation economy for the District of Columbia. In 2008, he was appointed by the former USAID Administrator, Henrietta H. Fore, to serve on the Advisory Committee on Foreign Voluntary Aid. In 2009, Griffin was elected to public office as an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner, where he served more than 24,000 constituents on the full range of municipal government services and issues. In the same year, Mr. Griffin was also appointed by the Mayor of the District of Columbia to chair the business innovation transition team for the City. Griffin is a native of Washington DC, and was named by Washington Business Journal as one of the region’s top minority business leaders of the year for 2008 and one of the top 40 International Development professionals under 40 by the Devex Group in 2010. Griffin attended Morgan State University, and has successfully completed executive education programs at George Washington University, Harvard University, UCLA, and Cornell University. Griffin is also a proud graduate of Leadership Greater Washington’s class of 2007.

Corey Arnez Griffin

Corey Arnez Griffin is regarded as a passionate senior executive with deep international development, consulting, business development, sales and marketing experience in the private and public sectors.  In 2012, Griffin was appointed Associate Director of Office of Strategic Partnerships and Senior Foreign Service Officer by President Obama to the Peace Corps. In this role, Mr. Griffin has responsibility for developing and executing the agency partnership strategy to support its mission and the work of its volunteers around the world.  The Office of Strategic Partnerships includes the gifts and grants management, inter-governmental affairs, and university collaborations and partnerships. In this role, Mr. Griffin is also providing leadership to the Peace Corps’ effort to support the Administration’s expansion of national service and volunteerism.   Prior to the Peace Corps, Griffin was appointed and served as Chief of Staff by Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie in the District of Columbia. In this role, Griffin served as the Councilmember’s chief political advisor and strategist on issues that included workforce and economic development, legislation, public policy and municipal administration.   Mr. Griffin spent more than 14 years at Microsoft Corporation working in various roles and leadership positions, including roles in consulting, operations, and sales. As Director of International Development, Mr. Griffin had responsibility for Microsoft’s strategy for international development aid, trade and finance agencies, including United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), United Kingdom’s Department for International Development, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, etc.   After Microsoft, Mr. Griffin joined MainStream GS, a veteran owned management consulting firm, specializing in helping to create high performance organizations in the public sector. As Vice President at MainStream GS, Mr. Griffin was responsible for the sales and business development efforts covering civilian federal agencies and the state and local markets.     Griffin enjoys the privilege of service and has a long history of community, public, and non-profit engagement. In the international development community, he has served on the board of directors for the United States Global Leadership Campaign (USGLC) and the Society for International Development (SID), Washington DC chapter.  Griffin also served on the boards of the Greater Washington Urban League, SamariCorp, and So Others Might Eat in the District of Columbia.  Griffin is the co-founder of DC Innovates, a 501c (3) non-profit organization focused on promoting the innovation economy for the District of Columbia.  In 2008, he was appointed by the former USAID Administrator, Henrietta H. Fore, to serve on the Advisory Committee on Foreign Voluntary Aid.  In 2009, Griffin was elected to public office as an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner, where he served more than 24,000 constituents on the full range of municipal government services and issues. In the same year, Mr. Griffin was also appointed by the Mayor of the District of Columbia to chair the business innovation transition team for the City.   Griffin is a native of Washington DC, and was named by Washington Business Journal as one of the region’s top minority business leaders of the year for 2008 and one of the top 40 International Development professionals under 40 by the Devex Group in 2010. Griffin attended Morgan State University, and has successfully completed executive education programs at George Washington University, Harvard University, UCLA, and Cornell University. Griffin is also a proud graduate of Leadership Greater Washington’s class of 2007.

Corey Arnez Griffin is regarded as a passionate senior executive with deep international development, consulting, business development, sales and marketing experience in the private and public sectors. In 2012, Griffin was appointed Associate Director of Office of Strategic Partnerships and Senior Foreign Service Officer by President Obama to the Peace Corps. In this role, Mr. Griffin has responsibility for developing and executing the agency partnership strategy to support its mission and the work of its volunteers around the world. The Office of Strategic Partnerships includes the gifts and grants management, inter-governmental affairs, and university collaborations and partnerships. In this role, Mr. Griffin is also providing leadership to the Peace Corps’ effort to support the Administration’s expansion of national service and volunteerism.

Prior to the Peace Corps, Griffin was appointed and served as Chief of Staff by Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie in the District of Columbia. In this role, Griffin served as the Councilmember’s chief political advisor and strategist on issues that included workforce and economic development, legislation, public policy and municipal administration.

Mr. Griffin spent more than 14 years at Microsoft Corporation working in various roles and leadership positions, including roles in consulting, operations, and sales. As Director of International Development, Mr. Griffin had responsibility for Microsoft’s strategy for international development aid, trade and finance agencies, including United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), United Kingdom’s Department for International Development, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, etc.

After Microsoft, Mr. Griffin joined MainStream GS, a veteran owned management consulting firm, specializing in helping to create high performance organizations in the public sector. As Vice President at MainStream GS, Mr. Griffin was responsible for the sales and business development efforts covering civilian federal agencies and the state and local markets.

Griffin enjoys the privilege of service and has a long history of community, public, and non-profit engagement. In the international development community, he has served on the board of directors for the United States Global Leadership Campaign (USGLC) and the Society for International Development (SID), Washington DC chapter. Griffin also served on the boards of the Greater Washington Urban League, SamariCorp, and So Others Might Eat in the District of Columbia. Griffin is the co-founder of DC Innovates, a 501c (3) non-profit organization focused on promoting the innovation economy for the District of Columbia. In 2008, he was appointed by the former USAID Administrator, Henrietta H. Fore, to serve on the Advisory Committee on Foreign Voluntary Aid. In 2009, Griffin was elected to public office as an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner, where he served more than 24,000 constituents on the full range of municipal government services and issues. In the same year, Mr. Griffin was also appointed by the Mayor of the District of Columbia to chair the business innovation transition team for the City.

Griffin is a native of Washington DC, and was named by Washington Business Journal as one of the region’s top minority business leaders of the year for 2008 and one of the top 40 International Development professionals under 40 by the Devex Group in 2010. Griffin attended Morgan State University, and has successfully completed executive education programs at George Washington University, Harvard University, UCLA, and Cornell University. Griffin is also a proud graduate of Leadership Greater Washington’s class of 2007.

Dr. Teh Su Thye

Dr. Teh Su Thye speaking at a press conference

A medical doctor by qualification, Dr. Teh has led the Global Peace Foundation (Malaysia) as the Chief Executive Officer since 2011. An enthusiast for youth development and community impact, he believes in igniting change from within and living for the greater good.

He initiated the regional youth leadership programme the “Global Peace Volunteers” as a platform for young leaders to identify and disseminate real solutions to address our current global issues. The programme continues to engage thousands of culturally diverse youths and currently runs in Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Nepal & Philippines.

He has spoken at several prominent conferences as an advocate for peace and youth volunteerism, building networks and strategic partnership from all around the world. Most recently, he was featured at the International Youth Leadership Conference in Thailand and the International Leadership Conference in Japan.

In 2004, he led an entourage of 30 youth delegation under the Middle East Peace Initiative in Jerusalem which reaffirmed his dedication towards peace-building. He continues to pursue this journey, making world peace into a reality by tapping on the strength of humanity for the common good.

• The Global Peace Foundation is an international peace movement guided by the the vision of “One Family Under God” to ease conflict and unite the divided human family

Neha Parti

Neha Parti

Neha Parti has over 6 years of experience working in the education domain. She has worked extensively with the public education system in different states in India. Her focus has been on facilitator professional development and content development for children in the primary grades. Her skills include training with a focus on experiential activities for teachers, youth facilitators, school leaders and community youth. In addition, she has been part of programs on social entrepreneurship as a mentor to the budding entrepreneurs. Currently, she is working with a non-profit, Quest Alliance, based in Bangalore, India. She has Bachelors in Sociology and a Masters in Social Work.

Ms. Tasnim binti Abdul Hadi

 Ms. Tasnim binti Abdul Hadi , As Grant Manager with the Hong Leong Foundation Malaysia, Tasnim manages funding requests from social organisations in Malaysia and works closely with community partners to measure and monitor the monetary and social impact of the Foundation’s contributions and also helps social organisations to set their strategic direction and better structure their programmes to ensure sustainability. Since joining the Foundation, Tasnim has restructured its community development work, focusing more on long term partnerships with deep community impact and crafted two novel programmes – the NGO Accelerator Programme and the Better Homes programme. As part of the CSR Department, Tasnim also helps to ensure integration between company and CSR strategies.

Tasnim has always had a keen interest in social issues and community development, and has experience working and volunteering with Amnesty International Australia, Amnesty International Malaysia, The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and the Kechara Soup Kitchen. She is also passionate about youth empowerment, education and debating, and previously managed Makeweekend, a nationwide programme that gathers people together to develop solutions over a weekend. She was a delegate at the Youth Forum for the Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers and is a graduate from the Communications and Media School of Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia. She occasionally coaches and adjudicates at varsity debating tournaments and is a preferred consultant for the Malaysian Institute for Debates and Public Speaking. She hopes to one day retire in a house by the beach with 10 cats, 5 dogs, 2 hedgehogs and a very large library.

Dr. Royboon Rassameethes

Dr. Royboon Rassameethes has over 10 years experience in Community Water Resources Management. She got a Ph. D. in Thai Studies at the Thai Studies Center, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Currently, as an Expert of Hydro and Agro Informatics, she takes the roles as Director of 2 divisions, Agro Informatics Division, and Collaborative Management and Corporate Communication Division. Moreover, her high responsibilities with Utokapat Foundation and the specialist in community water resource management, she has lead the community network to be self-development on their community water resource management which enhance the communities to be strengthened and sustainable.

Dong Hun Lee

Dong Hun Lee

Dong Hun Lee is a passionate youth volunteer leader from Korea. He grew interest in volunteering as he started teaching Korean and Korean culture to foreign diplomats in Korea through Friends of Diplomats program. In 2013, he tried to solve social issues through volunteering at Seoul Volunteer Center
“The Two Sides to Our Neighborhood” is the program that he developed to deal with safety issues for women returning home after work. With his experiences in youth volunteering in Korea, he shared his story at IAVE 2014 Goldcoast, Australia.

Dong Hun is currently a student studying Architecture at Dongguk University.

Mr. Ram Rohan Panta is a Social, Youth, Environment and Tech Activist. He plays an active leadership role in NGOs working in children’s education, youth’s right and peace building. In his working career he worked as a Software Developer and Journalist. Currently he serves as the President of Global Peace Foundation Nepal. Mr. Panta received his BSc (Hons) in Computing (2003) and Master of Science in Internet Management & Engineering (2006) from the University of Portsmouth, UK and Diploma in Civil Engineering (1995) from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He is member of The Institution of Engineering and Technology.

Mr. Ram Rohan Panta

Mr. Ram Rohan Panta is a Social, Youth, Environment and Tech Activist. He plays an active leadership role in NGOs working in children’s education, youth’s right and peace building. In his working career he worked as a Software Developer and Journalist. Currently he serves as the President of Global Peace Foundation Nepal.  Mr. Panta received his BSc (Hons) in Computing (2003) and Master of Science in Internet Management & Engineering (2006) from the University of Portsmouth, UK and Diploma in Civil Engineering (1995) from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He is member of The Institution of Engineering and Technology.

Mr. Ram Rohan Panta is a Social, Youth, Environment and Tech Activist. He plays an active leadership role in NGOs working in children’s education, youth’s right and peace building. In his working career he worked as a Software Developer and Journalist. Currently he serves as the President of Global Peace Foundation Nepal.

Mr. Panta received his BSc (Hons) in Computing (2003) and Master of Science in Internet Management & Engineering (2006) from the University of Portsmouth, UK and Diploma in Civil Engineering (1995) from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He is member of The Institution of Engineering and Technology.