Boram Kim (Republic of Korea) is currently based in Bonn, Germany as Coordinator of the Plan of Action to integrate volunteering into the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme. She provides global oversight for the implementation of the Plan of Action through multi-stakeholder partnerships and advocacy at country, regional and international levels and represents the Plan of Action Secretariat designated by the UN General Assembly. Previously, she was Portfolio Manager for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States covering over 25 countries at UNV. Boram began her assignment in the UN as UN Volunteer in the peacekeeping mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) and subsequently served in UNDP Palestine and the UN peacekeeping mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) in the field of political affairs, governance, rule of law and human rights. Prior to joining the UN in 2007, she worked with the Ministry of Gender Equality in the Republic of Korea on gender policy. Boram has extensive programming and policy experience, particularly in complex crisis and political settings and is passionate about people’s engagement for sustainable development. Her favorite SDG is SDG16.