EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, KOREA (INTERIM)
Borami leads HSI/Korea’s policy work to advance non-animal approaches in scientific research and she provides ad hoc program support for the office. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in animal behavior from the University of Sheffield, Borami worked on various policy and legislative campaigns in the UK and in South Korea, including litigation regarding wild animal protection, Korea’s scientific whaling ban, the introduction of the first Zoo Act, cruelty-free policy collaboration with 30+ companies, a roundtable discussion with international and local NGOs about a dog meat ban, and more. She has been invited as a speaker for numerous high-level animal welfare policy discussions. Recently, she successfully led the passage of the most controversial bills in the chemical sector that had required animal testing.