Paul Kyumin Lee is the president of Divided Families USA, an organization dedicated to facilitating closure for elderly Korean Americans who have been separated from their family members in North Korea as a result of the Korean War, and is the co-founder and co-host of the Divided Families Podcast, a platform for connecting stories of family separation. He is currently the Understanding Conflict Trust Fellow-in-Residence at the Corrymeela Community, Northern Ireland's oldest peace and reconciliation organization. Paul previously worked on the Youth Program and the Northeast Asia Program at the U.S. Institute of Peace, as well as in the Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as a James C. Gaither Junior Fellow. Paul has been a facilitator for the Words of Engagement Intergroup Dialogue Program at the University of Maryland, the Strait Talk Symposium, a civil society dialogue workshop at Brown University and the University of California, Berkeley for youth from mainland China and Taiwan, at Seeds of Peace, a summer camp in Maine for teenagers from conflict areas, and for International Student Conferences' exchange programs with students from the United States, China, Japan, and South Korea. He recently completed an M.Phil in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation at Trinity College Dublin's Irish School of Ecumenics in Belfast, Northern Ireland through the support of the US-UK Fulbright Commission and graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s in political science. Paul speaks Korean, Mandarin, Japanese, and Spanish.