Meet the President

Professor Yeon Ah Moon is President of the Women's Federation for World Peace International. A graduate of Ewha Women's University in the Republic of Korea with a degree in Sociology, she earned a Master's Degree from the Unification Theological Seminary in New York. She was a professor of Sociology, Theology, and Women's Studies at Sun Moon University. She served as Vice President of WFWP International from 2009 to 2014 and became the third president of WFWP International in 2014. She also serves as Director of the Sunhak Scholarship Foundation. Prof. Moon was honored with the 2017 Best Contribution to the Empowerment of Women Award by Active Intervention of Mothers (A.I.M.) Founder and President, Dr. Amalle Daou, on the occasion of WFWPI's 25th Anniversary Celebration.

A Word from the President

This era is bringing to a close the history of injustice and indignity towards women. The dawning of women's true dignity and leadership ability is being realized. This new paradigm allows women to offer another aspect of leadership that was missing.

These times desperately call for women who feel a sense of responsibility toward their community to step forward and cooperate in building a world where our future generations can live in peace. This is an age where input from the viewpoint of women is an important addition to the successful efforts to achieving peace.

Now is the time for men and women to work together for a common purpose. The result of women working together with men in governance and leadership is a culture of heart.

In the words of WFWPI co-founder,

"In the twenty-first century, women should play a major role in world history by serving, together with men, as one of the wheels of the engine pulling forward the construction of a peaceful world. Going beyond a century of power and technology, women will be the central axis in building a century characterized by its loving, peaceful culture, and their role will be more important than ever before."


Professor Yeon Ah Moon is President of the Women's Federation for World Peace International. A graduate of Ewha Women's University in the Republic of Korea with a degree in Sociology, she earned a Master's Degree from the Unification Theological Seminary in New York. She was a professor of Sociology, Theology, and Women's Studies at Sun Moon University. She served as Vice President of WFWP International from 2009 to 2014 and became the third president of WFWP International in 2014. She also serves as Director of the Sunhak Scholarship Foundation. Prof. Moon was honored with the 2017 Best Contribution to the Empowerment of Women Award by Active Intervention of Mothers (A.I.M.) Founder and President, Dr. Amalle Daou, on the occasion of WFWPI's 25th Anniversary Celebration.


A word from the president


This era is bringing to a close the history of injustice and indignity towards women. The dawning of women's true dignity and leadership ability is being realized. This new paradigm allows women to offer another aspect of leadership that was missing.  


These times desperately call for women who feel a sense of responsibility toward their community to step forward and cooperate in building a world where our future generations can live in peace. This is an age where input from the viewpoint of women is an important addition to the successful efforts to achieving peace.


Now is the time for men and women to work together for a common purpose. The result of women working together with men in governance and leadership is a culture of heart.


In the words of the co-founder,


"In the twenty-first century, women should play a major role in world history by serving, together with men, as one of the wheels of the engine pulling forward the construction of a peaceful world. Going beyond a century of power and technology, women will be the central axis in building a century characterized by its loving, peaceful culture, and their role will be more important than ever before."