JeoungHee Kim is a Policy and Legal Analyst in the Corporate Strategy Division of the International Telecommunication Union, where she has been working since August 2008. She is responsible for providing analysis of emerging issues in ICTs, including areas of Internet governance, online safety, future Internet, and other technology innovations. She also provides the Union’s General Secretariat functions for major ITU conferences, including 2013 World Telecommunication/ICT Policy Forums (WTPF) and 2014 ITU Plenipotentiary conference. Before joining ITU, she worked for 3.5 years at the Korean government agency Information Communication Ethics Committee and also was the Secretariat of the Council of Korean government and Civil Internet Organization.
She completed her Ph.D. course-work in public policy at Seoul National University in Korea, and holds a Masters in Laws from Vanderbilt University Law School in the United States and also from Yonsei University Graduate School of Law, in Korea.