Aung Kyaw Moe is a Rohingya young leader and founder and executive director of the Center for Social Integrity (CSI). Through his role at CSI, he worked in Myanmar and Bangladesh in community reconciliation and dialogue to prevent violent extremism by promoting pluralism, diversity, and inclusion. He holds a master’s degree in international corporation and humanitarian aid. He is a graduate fellow of Humanitarian Leadership at Deakin University and a graduate of the Bush Institute’s Liberty and Leadership Forum class of 2017. Prior to CSI, Aung Kyaw Moe worked with various international NGOs such MSF, Mercy Corps, PU-AMI and ACF in Myanmar and other countries such as Thailand, Singapore, Afghanistan, and Liberia. He also briefly worked with Coca-Cola as a country logistics manager for Myanmar before coming on board at CSI.