Wonjae Lee

CEO / Founder


Lee is a journalist and an economic policy expert. He advises President Moon Jae-In in future social policies as a Member of Presidential Committee on Aging Society and Population Policy in the Korean government.


His main interests are how business and work will change through digital transformation and what are policy alternatives to mitigate its negative impact and maximize its positive impact. He writes columns for various newspapers and magazines in Korea. 


He earned an MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA).


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Sehwon Hwang

Research Manager


Sehwon Hwang has a primary interests about

‘Good work/labor’. She believes that in a good society everyone, not only those with capital and qualifications, can find and do good work. She wants to contribute to creating such a society.


She had worked as a reporter in the Kukmin daily,

a PR team leader in the Seoul Social Economy Center. Then She earned master’s degree in Social Economy. When working in the Hope Institute, She was responsible for researching ‘Finding the criteria of the good work’, and created the board game ‘Find your good work!’.

HyeonAh Kim

Researcher


HyeonAh Kim is an advocate for empowering women’s rights. Kim was manager of Seoul Foundation of Women & Family and Korea Women’s Association United.


Her main interests are promoting the participation and empowering the development of women and girls in the age of digital transformation, relates to the issue of occupational segregation by gender.

Hyeongjoong Yoon

Researcher


Hyeongjoong Yoon has a primary interests in harmony between technology and society. New technologies and industries such as AI, blockchain, IOT, and Geek Economy have both dark and bright sides. Yoon want to explore the possibility of a "social compromise" to protect the negative affected people without delaying the development of technology and industry. As an Individual, Yoon have strong identities as a dad who raise children. Yoon think that the childcare environment could be changed if there are many male people who insist on calling me 'Dad to raise children' in their public society. He majored in material engineering at the university and served as a journalist at Hankyoreh and Maeil Business Media.

Donghyun Go

Researcher


Go studied economics, finance and applied statistics and earned M.A (Economics) 


He did researches and projects of CSR and Social Enterprise at HERI (Hankyoreh Economic Research Institute) and SCG(Social Consulting Group) as a research assistant. And he worked as Research Analyst of CSR rating and corporate governance at Sustinvest, Korean Responsible investment advisory firm.


His primary interests are global/digital economy and the inequality. He is focused on social economy and social innovation as an alternatives to solve these problems. He aims to build the next paradigms and systems that focused on humanity, community and ecological values over capital and technology

Jaeho Shin

Head of Management Support Team


Jaeho Shin Head of Management Support Team 

Shin studied Business Administration and worked as a management supporter in manufacturing 

and IT, media and non-profit sectors.


He is interested in people and people, people and work, people and organization, 

happiness, individuals and communities.

He want to tell to the next generation, 'Love and do what you want' (Dilige et fac quod vis).


Wonjae Lee

CEO / Founder

Lee is a journalist and an economic policy expert. He advises President Moon Jae-In in future social policies as a Member of Presidential Committee on Aging Society and Population Policy in the Korean government.


His main interests are how business and work will change through digital transformation and what are policy alternatives to mitigate its negative impact and maximize its positive impact. He writes columns for various newspapers and magazines in Korea. 


He earned an MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA).


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Sehwon Hwang

Research Manager

Sehwon Hwang has a primary interests about ‘Good work/labor’. She believes that in a good society everyone, not only those with capital and qualifications, can find and do good work. She wants to contribute to creating such a society.


She had worked as a reporter in the Kukmin daily, a PR team leader in the Seoul Social Economy Center. Then She earned master’s degree in Social Economy. When working in the Hope Institute, She was responsible for researching ‘Finding the criteria of the good work’, and created the board game ‘Find your good work!’.

HyeonAh Kim

Researcher

HyeonAh Kim is an advocate for empowering women’s rights. Kim was manager of Seoul Foundation of Women & Family and Korea Women’s Association United.


Her main interests are promoting the participation and empowering the development of women and girls in the age of digital transformation, relates to the issue of occupational segregation by gender.

Hyeongjoong Yoon

Researcher

Hyeongjoong Yoon has a primary interests in harmony between technology and society. New technologies and industries such as AI, blockchain, IOT, and Geek Economy have both dark and bright sides. Yoon want to explore the possibility of a "social compromise" to protect the negative affected people without delaying the development of technology and industry. As an Individual, Yoon have strong identities as a dad who raise children. Yoon think that the childcare environment could be changed if there are many male people who insist on calling me 'Dad to raise children' in their public society.

He majored in material engineering at the university and served as a journalist at Hankyoreh and Maeil Business Media.

Donghyun Go

Researcher

Go studied economics, finance and applied statistics and earned M.A (Economics) 


He did researches and projects of CSR and Social Enterprise at HERI (Hankyoreh Economic Research Institute) and SCG(Social Consulting Group) as a research assistant. And he worked as Research Analyst of CSR rating and corporate governance at Sustinvest, Korean Responsible investment advisory firm.


His primary interests are global/digital economy and the inequality. He is focused on social economy and social innovation as an alternatives to solve these problems. He aims to build the next paradigms and systems that focused on humanity, community and ecological values over capital and technology.

Jaeho Shin

Head of Management Support Team

Jaeho Shin Head of Management Support Team 

Shin studied Business Administration and worked as a management supporter in manufacturing 

and IT, media and non-profit sectors.


He is interested in people and people, people and work, people and organization, 

happiness, individuals and communities.

He want to tell to the next generation, 'Love and do what you want' (Dilige et fac quod vis).

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