Min Gu JUN

Standard Committee Director, World Health City Forum

CEO & Founder, RE:Bridge

MinGu (MG) specializes in ESG, Sustainability, Resilience Standards, and CR strategy.

With extensive knowledge and qualifications in management systems and standards, MG offers benchmarking, research, assessment, assurance, and training services on sustainability and resilience with the purpose of 'Delivering trust and assurance to stakeholders'.


MG is a Master of Disaster Risk and Resilience with expertise in various standards and guides including GRI 2021 (as an officially Certified Sustainability Professional), AA1000 (Sustainability Report Assurance), Anti-Bribery (ISO 37001), Risk Assessment (ISO 31000), Health & Safety (ISO 45001), Environmental (ISO 14001), Social Audit (NIKE P2P, SA8000), BCM (Business Continuity Management), GHGEV (Greenhouse gas emission verification), and Collaborative Business Relationship (ISO 44001).


As a key member of strategy and new product development in both local and global standardization and assurance companies, including KMA (Korea Management Association), Two Tomorrows (a UK consultancy), and British Standards Institution Group (1996~2017), MG has developed a unique specialty in research, development, marketing, sales, and delivery of various management systems audits based on extensive knowledge of a wide range of standards, guidelines, and codes.


MG is also a director of the World Health City Forum and works on the development of a Health City standard and evaluation metrics with various stakeholders of the forum. Additionally, he writes regular articles by interviewing global thought leaders in sustainability, ESG, and resilience fields through Chef Executive monthly magazine and Pressian, a leading online media in Korea.


Dissertation> Increasing Resilience by Managing Trust: A case study of the Waimakariri District Council’s participatory disaster risk and resilience approach (Master of Disaster Risk & Resilience, University of Canterbury, New Zealand)