Dr. Anchalee Manonukul
Dr. Anchalee received a M.Phil. in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Cambridge and a D.Phil. in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford. She is a senior research scientist at National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC), and is now the group leader of a metal injection moulding laboratory and is considered as the only metal injection moulding expert in Thailand who is also recognised aboard. She has been invited by industries to become a technical consultant, to lecture and carry out research both in Thailand and overseas. Anchalee also enjoys teaching. She was appointed a University of Oxford Hartford College lecturer. After returning to Thailand, she has been invited as an adjunct lecturer by several universities in the Department of Engineering and Department of Economics. Anchalee has received many awards and recognition, for example the L’Oreal Thailand “For Women in Science 2008” fellowship with the support of the Thai National Commission for UNESCO.
Chulayuth Lochotinan enjoys a muti-faceted career as a management consulting professional as well as a conductor. Formally a consultant at Accenture and Deloitte, he is currently an Associate Director in Business Advisory at Ernst & Young specializing in Financial Services industry. As a conductor, he has worked with numerous orchestras both in UK and Thailand. In 2010, he founded the Bangkok Charity Orchestra (BCO), the first orchestra in Thailand to be committed to perform to raise funds to support Thai charity foundations. Chulayuth has often been invited as a guest lecturer and speaker at various institutions. He is also a member of The Rotary Club of Bangkok, an executive committee member of the Old England Students Association and recognised as an Artist for Amnesty for Amnesty International. Chulayuth was a Scholar at Harrow School in England where he was also granted the Leadership Award by His Majesty King Hussein of Jordan in 1999. Chulayuth graduated with a Master in Engineering Science from Trinity College, University of Oxford.
Mr. Chulayuth Lochotinan
Ms. Pranaiya Oulapathorn
Pranaiya is currently the Strategic Planning Manager of Sumipol Co., Ltd., her family’s industrial tools distributing firm based in Bangkok, Thailand. Prior to that, she worked as an investment professional at Phatra Capital PCL and ING Funds (Thailand) Ltd. She holds an MBA from the University of Oxford and a BA in Economics from Thammasat University. While at Oxford, Pranaiya was selected as one of The Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship’s Associate Fellows, as she aspired to pursue her goal in catalyzing social investment to bridge the opportunities between the financial markets and livelihood improvement.
Ms. Ada Chirapaisarnkul
Dr. Siripattra Kusuwan Na-ranong
Ms. Lin-Huey Supisara Saechen
Dr. Napa Voravarangkul
Dr. Siripattra Kusuwan Na-ranong recieved both her Master's degree and D.Phil. in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford. She currently works as a Deputy Managing Director for Pearl Hotel Phuket and real estate arm of Pearl group of companies in Phuket. Prior joining Pearl Group, she worked as a senior consultant at Mckinsey and Company Bangkok office, where she devised business strategies for large corporations in SE Asia, China and Japan with projects in various industries including banking, oil and gas, airline, pharmaceuticals, telecom and retail.
Dr. Napa Voravarangkurl is currently employed at the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO), Ministry of Finance. Prior to joining the FPO, Napa was working at the Office of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's Project, Chitralada Villa, Dusit Palace. She has also been invited as a part-time lecturer at Mahidol University International College. Napa received the Royal Thai Government Scholarship to pursue her postgraduate studies in the UK after she obtained her first degree in Economics from Chulalongkorn University. Napa also holds a Graduate Diploma in Economics from London School of Economics and Political Science and a PhD in Economics from University of Essex.
Ms. Lin-Huey Supisara Saechen holds a Master's degree in Experimental Therapeutics from the University of Oxford along with first class honours degree in Life Sciences from National Taiwan University. Upon graduation, she joined Cell Therapy Ltd, where she worked as a research assistant for Sir Martin Evans, Winner of Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2007. Upon returning to Thailand, she joined Strategy613, where she worked as a junior associate in strategic advisory. She is currently the Marketing Director of Far East Marble & Granite Co., Ltd, her family''s marble and granite distributing firm in Saraburi and Bangkok, Thailand. She is able to communicate in English, Thai, Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese.
Ada is a Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship and the Executive Director of G-Lab, Social Innovation Lab at the School of Global Studies, Thammasat University. Additionally, she founded the Thai Young Philanthropist Network (TYPN) in 2008 to mobilize resources - skills, expertise, network and funding - from young professionals in Thailand in order to build capacity for key development agents in the country. Previously, she was an Assistant Vice President at Government Housing Bank and a Social Innovation and Partnerships Manager Office of the Prime Minister in Thailand. Ada is a recipient of the British Chevening Scholarship. She holds an MSc in Environment and Sustainable Development from University College London, an MIA in International Finance and Economic Policy from Columbia University and a BA (Honors) in Economics from Thammasat University. She was named a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum in 2012, and currently the Founding Curator of Global Shapers Hub in Pathumthani.