Kim Junmookda is Plan International’s Regional Climate Change Adaptation Specialist, based in Bangkok, Thailand. She manages Plan’s climate change adaptation projects, which seek to help the most poor and vulnerable communities — particularly girls and women — adapt to the impacts of climate change. In this role, she coordinates Plan’s adaptation work in countries ranging from Bangladesh to the Philippines. Prior to joining Plan, Kim worked for the Rockefeller Foundation to support its climate change and resilience initiatives, and helped to establish the Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN) , a platform for practitioners seeking to make Asia’s cities resilient to climate impacts and inclusive. Kim supported the foundation’s work around private sector engagement and financing for resilience and adaptation. She has directly managed projects funded by DFAT, JICA and USAID, has previously worked for UNESCO and UNEP, and has coordinated projects ranging from building NGO capacity for climate change resilience to environmental education. Kim is a current Asia Foundation Development Fellow and was a 2009 Fulbright Research Scholar. She received her BS from the University of Redlands and MA from Stanford University.