Speaker Date Topic
Dr. Nongyao Nawarat & Aj. Wanida Lertvorapreecha Oct 05, 2021 7:00 PM
Need to Bridge Digital Divide, Reduce Online Educational Inequality in Chiang Mai Municipal schools
Need to Bridge Digital Divide, Reduce Online Educational Inequality in Chiang Mai Municipal schools

Assoc. Prof. Nongyao Nawarat, Ph.D

Ph.D. (Development Studies), School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds, UK

Faculty of Education, Chiang Mai University

President of the Doctoral of Education Program, Faculty of Education, Chiang Mai University
Chief of Excellent Centre of Multiculturalism and Education Policy, Chiang Mai University

Dr Nongyao has extensive experience with and publications on migrant children in Northern Thailand.

Aj Wanida Lertvorapreecha

I am currently pursuing my PhD in Multicultural Education at Chiang Mai University and my focus is on the study of migrant education on the border of Thailand and Myanmar. I believe in and respect humanity and I think that we can't work in silos to help humanity rise, we must work together. Additionally, I teach part-time and deeply value the learning process. I find the profession of teaching to be exciting and very rewarding. I strive to be a better person by thinking beyond my biases and recognizing diversity. We need compassion and empathy to make this unjust world a better place."

  • (In Progress) PhD program in Multicultural Education, Faculty of Education, Chiangmai University, 2017-Present
  • Completed Entrepreneurial Success Workshop, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 2005
  • Master of Liberal Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2002
  • M.A. European Studies, Multidisciplinary Political Science, Economics, Social Studies, Chulalongkorn University,
  • Bangkok, Thailand, 1999
  • Intensive English Communication Program, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, 1997
  • B.A. Ed. English/French Languages, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 1997

 

ADG Jason Lim Oct 19, 2021 7:00 PM
Addressing the impact of poverty on Thai children: Rotary economic & community development projects
Addressing the impact of poverty on Thai children: Rotary economic & community development projects

PDG Jason Lim CV

  • Born in Singapore with Ancestor from Taiwan and now residing in Thailand for more than 26 years.
  • Rotary Partner – Ms. Bee Hua, Merry Tan
  • Join Rotary in 2000 – Chartered Member of Rotary Club Bangkok Bangna, Major Donor Level 4
  • Highest Education Attained – EMBA
  • Rotary Position
    • Club Level – Club President, 2010 – 11
    • Various other club positions, including Board of Directors, Club Trainer, Secretary, Administration Chair, Service Project Chair, Rotary Foundation Chair, International Service Chair, etc.
    • District Level – District Governor, 2016 – 17
    • Various other district positions, including District Rotary Foundation Chair (DRFC), Assistant Governor, District Membership Chair, District International Service Chair, District Service Project Chair, District Training Leader, District Training Assembly Organizing Committee Chair, etc.
    • Zone Level – Assistant Rotary Co-ordinator, 2017 – 20, End Polio Now Co-ordinator, 2019 – 20, Regional Rotary Foundation Co-ordinator, 2020 – 22, Zone & Rotary Institute (GETS, GNTS & DTTS) Facilitators, etc.
  • Rotary Awards
    • RI Service Above Service Award
    • Rotary Foundation Citation for Meritorious Service
    • Avenues of Service Award
    • Club Builder Award
  • Commercial Position
    • Director of Core Holding (Thailand) Co., Ltd
    • CEO of Kase Shipping (Thailand) Co. Ltd
    • CEO of Rico Maritime (Thailand) Co., Ltd
    • CEO of KFC (Thailand) Co., Ltd
    • CEO of Atelier Blasco (Asia) Co., Ltd
    • Director of KCL Customs Services (Thailand) Co., Ltd
    • Director of Goodrich Thailand Co., Ltd
  • Training Experience
    • Rotary – Club, District, and Regional level Training planning leader and facilitator, especially on Membership, Rotary Foundation (including Grant Management), leadership, and Team Building.