Thomas L. Benson. 


President Emeritus of Green Mountain College; founder of ASIANetwork; Chair of    the Board, Japan ICU Foundation; Chair of the Board, Council for International Culture and Education.  AB Augustana College, Harvard Divinity School, PhD The John Hopkins University. President of the Myanmar Foundation.



John H. Badgley.

johnbadgleyFormerly Professor at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies; Curator of the Southeast Asia Collection, Cornell; President, the Institute of the Rockies; President, the Myanmar Library Aid Foundation. BA Montana, PhD University of California, Berkeley. (retired)



Sarah M. Bekker.

Wise field researcher and writer on psychology, art, and culture in Myanmar and Thailand.BA Kentucky, PhD George Washington University. (deceased)

Max Erdstein. 

Buddhist vipassana teacher; former Google manager for advertising operations; faculty of Learning Across Borders, Thailand. AB Stanford.

Ralph H. Graner. 

Retired U.S. Foreign Service Officer, served in the U.S. Embassy in Burma 1961-63.  AB Harvard.  Treasurer of the Myanmar Foundation, 2003-2011.

Dorothy Guyot. 

Retired college teacher; University of Chicago Alumni Distinguished Public Service Award in 2007 for co-founding the Pre-Collegiate Program.  PhD Yale University.  Executive Director and Secretary of the Myanmar Foundation.

James F. Guyot. 

Fulbright student at Rangoon University; Professor of Political Science, UCLA, Columbia University, City University of New York.  BA Michigan State, PhD Yale.

Hana Heineken. 

hanaForest Policy Advisor, Global Witness.  AB Princeton, University of Tokyo, Johns Hopkins SAIS, JD Pace University School of Law.