Nisa (Pim) Nanakorn
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Nisa (Pim) received a second class honours bachelor of Arts degree, German major and Political Science minor from Chiang Mai University. Her first job with Trisila company was searching business news from online German and English newspapers and sent it to customers in different countries. She was employed with there around 1 years. A few months later, Pim became a teller of CIMB Thai Bank PCL. She performed this position one and a half year, after that she was promoted to be Assistant Unit-Head officer. In this role her responsibilities were controlling tellers’ tasks, managing cash in branch and absolutely finding new customers. 5 years later Pim made a new decision to leave the bank, after she became pregnant. At that time she desired to look after her son by herself. She has not been employed by the company 3 years before she takes a position of accountant for BABSEACLE. Now her son starts learning at school. Pim got a good opportunity from this company to develop her English skills, to work with many people from different countries and to apply her work experience with bank for this job.
Tanakorn (Tony) Traiwattanaporn
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Regional Administrative Officer
Tanakorn is an administrative office for BABSEACLE Thailand who has responsibilities to provide both clerical and administrative support to professionals, either as part of a team or individually. He spent 3 years studying and working in London, England before returning to Thailand to start his new career as an interpreter in a hospital.
Nattakan (Ann) Chomputhong
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Regional Legal Trainer and Legal Ethics & Professional Responsibility Initiative Coordinator
Nattakan Chomputhong is a Regional Legal Trainer of BABSEACLE where provides technical and education advisory support for clinical legal education programs throughout Asia and globally. She has 5 years of work experience in coordinating legal trainings and curriculum development field. She is the lead trainer and supervisor in a regional CLE Externship Clinic for students and law teachers to strengthen their teaching and lesson plan development using CLE methodology. She began her career as a Legal Fellow with BABSEACLE in 2012 and became a Regional Legal Trainer in 2014. She has been working with education sectors, non-profit organizations, legal community, and community regionally and internationally. She is also a regional coordinator for the Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility Program, which has been implemented initially in Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
Sarawut (O) Pengsannoo
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Sarawut graduated with bachelor of Arts in English major from the Faculty of Humanities at Chiang Mai Rajabhat University. In 2013, O had a good opportunity to be a volunteer at BABSEACLE for 1 month, he helped to teach English to interns from Vietnam and Laos and also supported Bee to coordinated and advertised Trio for Justice event. In January, 2015, he has got one more chance to be intern for 3 months as assistant who supported events and workshops that took place in Chiang Mai. After that he was employed by BABSEACLE as an administrative assistant and supposes to help accounting in organization.
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Web Administrator & IT Consultant
Daniel consults on all things IT. Helps to maintain and develop the various BABSEACLE websites, and manage electronic communications. He has been a local volunteer based in Chiang Mai, Thailand since February of 2010.
While in Australia and studying he was partners in a small computer and software solutions company. Then combining a passion for IT and music worked as an IT Manager at a local radio station.
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Gardener & Night Guard
Samarn is responsibilities include gardening and guarding the office at night. Samarn first worked at the French embassy in 2006 for three years and then came to Chiang Mai to work with BABSEACLE.
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Myanmar Khamla came to Thailand ten years ago from Shan State, Myanmar looking for work. She started working for BABSEACLE years ago after her friend who worked at BABSEACLE recommended it to her. She helps to organise for new interns including teaching them local cooking skills. She also connects BABSEACLE to Wat Sai Moon, the temple for people from Myanmar in Chiang Mai, where volunteers teach weekly and where she is an active member.