Eunhye Lee is a practitioner of cross-sector, intercultural, and interdisciplinary dialogue and engagement. She has a keen interest in the role of dialogue in building empathy, increasing mutual understanding of complex social issues, and fostering meaningful change.
Before coming to Notre Dame, Eunhye was the program manager of signature initiatives at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver, Canada, where she led community dialogue projects in partnership with diverse stakeholders including all levels of government, civil society organizations, academia, and community members. She has managed multifaceted projects focusing on women in conflict prevention, human rights, and climate change, equity in public engagement, and systemic inequity and racism. In 2018, she participated in a #WomenPeaceKorea delegation to advocate for the inclusion of women in the Korean peace process, alongside Nobel Peace Laureates and 30 women representing international peace organizations. As a master of global affairs student, Eunhye is the recipient of a Kroc Institute Fellowship and a Belatti Family Global Affairs Fellowship.