Hi, I am of Thai nationality, born in Japan and ethnically Indian. This combination was what leads to my International upbringing. Completing primary school in Bangkok in a local Thai school allowed me to read and write the countries local language fluently. Soon after I moved to an International school, this allowed me to have a better grasp of the English language. At the age of fourteen I moved to Malaysia where I attended a British school. Boarding school opened up my mind as I met different people from all around the world. After completing high school I moved to Australia where I spent four years studying International tourism and hotel management. In those four years I also worked in many different hospitality establishments.
About five years ago I returned to Thailand. I love the country I live in and I am truly honored to be part of a project that is making a difference within the local community as well as exercising conservation. My personal interest mainly related to the broad spectrum of geography. I have great respect for life and animal welfare. I won’t stand for any form of animal cruelty. I also appreciate the traditions and culture of different people from different ethnic backgrounds and the knowledge and experience they possess. I am very confident with my people skills and can usually persuade people to follow my regime, all which is done through the power of calm and assertiveness. There really isn’t anything on this globe that scares me and will tackle any problem head on.
I am extremely happy to a part of Projects-Abroad and will do my absolute best to provide the volunteers with not only fun, but education, and people skills.