D.CAMP and Startup Korea
Global Partnerships Leader
Sonia Lee is currently business operation manager at D.CAMP, Banks Foundation for Young Entrepreneurs in Seoul, Korea, in charge of several D.CAMP programs as well as leading Global Partnerships efforts for entrepreneurs and startups. D.CAMP is one of the largest non-profit organizations in Korea founded by Korea’s 18 major banks and financial institutions. Prior to joining D.CAMP, she has extensive work experiences at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and Daewoo Motor Company. At Samsung Electronics, she helped developing a global PR strategy and also focused on overseas sales and marketing of Samsung products. At Daewoo Motor Company, she joined Daewoo’s Italian subsidiary in Rome. She also interned at Starbucks Coffee Company in Seattle, WA, as People’s Resources Team while pursuing her master’s degree at Cornell University. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea and a Master’s degree in Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA.