Gregory Song is a Junior Fellow at the Pacific Council on International Policy where he focuses on communications strategy and external relations. Greg has worked closely with premier global membership organizations in California, fostering a professional network with the Asia Society, Berggruen Institute, Los Angeles World Affairs Council, and the Pacific Council. His dedication to Refugee Cities comes from his personal focus on the Korean Peninsula and inter-Korean cooperation in Special Economic Zones. He hopes to work towards an international solution of economic development and opportunity for the potential North Korean refugee crisis.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and East Asian Studies from Villanova University, where he specialized in the political economy of China, Japan, and Korea. He has studied throughout the Asia-Pacific, speaks Korean and basic Cantonese, and is involved in several Asian-American organizations on the U.S. East and West Coast.