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    Women's Refugee Commission - Our Staff

    Boram Lee

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    Boram Lee, Disability Advisor, joined the Women’s Refugee Commission in November 2015. She supports the WRC’s disability projects, which advances the rights and dignity of refugees and displaced persons with disabilities, through actions at global and country levels. Through research, technical support & capacity building, and advocacy, Boram works to ensure the participation and strengthen the resilience of women, children, and youth with disabilities affected by crisis and conflict.

    Prior to joining the Women’s Refugee Commission, Boram worked in a number of field and country-based positions for international NGOs in the areas of community-based protection, community services, camp management and advocacy with Première Urgence-International, HelpAge-Handicap International, Relief International and the International Rescue Committee in Lebanon, South Sudan and Tanzania. In these capacities, Boram worked with a wide variety of stakeholders, including conflict affected populations, UN agencies, government and ministry officials, and other humanitarian actors, on disability inclusion, protection, accountability and advocacy. Boram holds a master’s degree in International Development from American University in Washington, DC, with a particular focus in forced migration and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Mount Holyoke College.