HanVoice, Special Advisor
Areas of Interest: Human rights, humanitarian aid, security issues on the Korean peninsula, reunification issues
Jack is one of the founding members of HanVoice, the largest organization in Canada advocating on behalf of North Korean human rights and refugees. A graduate of the Bachelor of Arts program in Political Science and Economics at Carleton University, Jack has also attained a Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University (specializing, amongst other areas, weapons of mass destruction and North Korea), and also a Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. Jack has frequently spoken about North Korean human rights to various audiences, including Canadian cabinet ministers, the Leader of the Official Opposition, and Members of Parliament. He has also commented about North Korean issues in such media as the Christian Science Monitor, Radio Free Asia, the National Post, CBC Radio, the Toronto Sun, the Korea Times, and the Korea Central Daily.