Jac sm Kee is the APC Women's Rights Programme manager and works on the issues of sexuality, women’s rights, violence against women and internet rights and freedoms. She initiated the Take Back the Tech! global campaign and the EROTICS (exploratory research on sexuality and the internet) project. Jac currently serves as a board member for the Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) and the New York chapter of Creating Resources for Empowerment and Action (CREA), and as director of the Centre for Independent Journalism, Malaysia. She has published several papers on the issues of internet governance, censorship, women’s rights and sexuality. Jac read law and gender at the University of Nottingham and the London School of Economics and Political Science, respectively.
Purpose of position
Provide vision and strategic leadership for and overall management of APC's Women’s Rights Programme. Develop programme activities and projects to ensure that the programme remains financially sustainable, strategically relevant and that it effectively contributes to the achievement of APC's strategic priorities.