Mr. OU Virak
Founder and President
OU Virak is one of Cambodia’s most prominent and principled political analysts and human rights activists, with proven expertise in strengthening grassroots movements,
conducting political economy analyses, spearheading organizational development and directing risk assessments.
Prior to founding Future Forum in late 2015, Virak led the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, one of Cambodia’s premier human rights organizations. He has led successful campaigns to free human rights activists and tackled some of the most controversial issues in Cambodia: rule of law, freedom of expression, racism, LGBT rights, forced evictions and more.
Dr. Bradley J. MURG
Senior Advisor for Research
Dr. Bradley J. Murg teaches as an assistant professor of political science and serves as director of the program in Global Development Studies. Dr. Murg is also an
affiliate professor in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington. He was named by Seattle Pacific students as the 2017 Professor of the Year.
Dr. Murg’s research focuses on legal reform, the political economy of foreign aid, energy policy, and economic development in China, Cambodia, Lao, and Vietnam. He holds a PhD from the University of Washington, and holds an M.Sc from Emory University, and another from the London School of Economics.
Ms. MECH Sreymom
Administration and Finance Manager
Sreymom is a candidate of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) with the CamEd Business School. Academically, she holds a bachelor degree in finance and accounting from the University of Cambodia and was certified as a "tax agency" from the National Taxation School. Professionally, Sreymom started her career in financial management field since 2007, she has over a decade of experience working with a number of well established local and international non-profit organizations.
Ms. HORN Chanvoitey
Junior Research Fellow 2020
Voitey holds a BA (hons) in International Relations from Royal University of Phnom Penh, and also graduated from Future Forum's Young Researchers Program in 2019, and was selected to continue her reserch with Future Forum as a Junior Research Fellow. Her research in 2019 was titled ‘Water Politics: The Future of Cambodia'. Voitey is also a co-author of a research study on Sino-Cambodian relationswinning the second place in the 2018 Annual Research Competition, organized by the Institute of Foreign Languages at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, and the Cambodia
Development Institute. Her main interests focus on water, peace and security. She is also interested in a wide range of Cambodia’s public policy issues.
Mr. TOUCH Chansothy
Chansothy holds a bachelor degree in Law from Build Bright University. He started his work in 2009 with many different sectors; such as well known restaurants, casinos and non-profit organizations both in the capital city and provinces. He found himself inspired with non-profit organizations which provide support to various vulnerable groups of people. He has strong experience in administration work and other related tasks