Listening to Understand, instead of Listening to Respond
She believes in diversity workplace by increasing the inclusion of different identity groups, and by promoting better teamwork. It is also important to understand and respect people who communicate differently. Listening can help with understanding, communicating, learning, problem solving, and working with diverse people. She strongly believes in a concept of ‘listening to understand, instead of listening to respond’.
She has experiences in business development by planning and managing different type of projects related to MICE industry. She also was in charge of seeking sponsorships for initiated projects and dealing with stakeholders from various segments, such as governmental organizations (NBTC, MSDHS), food and beverages (CP), and real estate (Baan Rajprasong).
She graduated bachelor degree from University of Derby, United Kingdom (in association with Swiss Hotel Management School, Switzerland) in Hospitality Management, and master degree from Mahidol University International College in Business Modeling and Development.
She is a rabbit-lover, enjoys playing basketball and fan of landscape photography.