Zaw Myo Min is Phandeeyar’s Tech for Peace Associate. He started his career as intern reporter in Mizzima Media Organization in 2014, research assistant and assistant coordinator for Myanmar ICT for Development Organization (MIDO) to initiative facts checking based information flow management mechanism in conflict areas between pre and post 2015 general election in Myanmar through supporting digital and news literacy trainings to the local communities and collaborating with Search for Common Ground (Myanmar). He worked for “Peace Memories” Yangon Research as local researcher together with the Myanmar Media and Society (M.MAS) project team that was implemented by two scholars from the St. Antony College, Oxford University and the research team from Myanmar ICT for Development Organization (MIDO). He also experienced in local think tank “The Salween Institute for Public Policy” as a research assistant through providing evidence-based policy brief with data and facts to popularize federalism and peace dialogues among ethnic armed groups and ethnic political parties and to empower women participation in peace and politics of Myanmar. He is a former Academic Fellow of Young Southeast Asia Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) for Civic Engagement program at the University of Nebraska – Omaha in 2017, alumni of Asia Institute for Political Economy in Hong Kong University in 2018. He holds Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies, minor in Journalism from the Liberal Arts Program of Myanmar Institute of Theology and a Bachelor of Arts (distance) in English Literature and Communication from East Yangon University.