Aung Kyaw Soe
Aung Kyaw Soe lives in Yangon where he works for World Vision as an ADP Manager. He became a DeBoer Fellow to expand his business administration skills and to better learn how to develop the next generation of leaders.
Aye Myat Zaw
Aye Myat Zaw lives in Yangon where she works for USAID as an Administrative Assistant. She became a DeBoer Fellow to further her knowledge and share her experiences with development work, specifically relating to gender and migration issues.
Ei Ei Cho
Ei Ei Cho currently lives in Yangon where she works for Mahar Mudra Travels as Sales Manager. She became a DeBoer Fellow to further enhance her leadership and presentation skills and to share her experiences from working in the tourism industry.
Emerald San Min
Emerald San Min lives in Mandalay where she has worked for World Vision Myanmar since 1998, currently serving as Zonal Manager. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her passion for empowering local partners for sustainable development to improve the lives of children and to continue to build a network of collaborators.
Hnin Se Htet Htet Aung
Hnin Se Htet Htet Aung lives in the Northokkalapa Township where she works for Myan Shwe Pyi Tractors Limited as a Customer Sales Representative. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experience in sales, administration and customer service while expanding her knowledge of best practices.
Kaung Htet WIn
Kaung Htet Win lives in Yangon where he works for Paung Ku as Senior Program Coordinator. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his experiences with computer administration, graphic design and filmmaking, particularly within the humanitarian sector.
Khaing Zin Oo
Khaing Zin Oo (Kelly) lives in Yangon where she works for Coco-Cola Myanmar as an Office Coordinator. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experience with business and office administration such as commercial project updates and to learn from a diverse cohort of change-makers.
Khin Mar Win
Khin Mar Win lives in Nyaung Shwe where she works as a Chief Accountant. She has been working at Inle Princess Resort since 2003 and started her own restaurant, Bamboo Hut, in 2013 which promotes authentic local recipes and organic vegetables. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share the importance of culinary arts and her experiences teaching cooking classes.
Ko Ko Hlaing
Ko Ko Hlaing lives in Yangon where he works for Care International in Myanmar as an Assistant Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his knowledge of animal husbandry/livestock breeding and development while also expanding his leadership capacity within emergency humanitarian response and M&E activities.
Kyaw Kyaw Tun
Kyaw Kyaw Tun currently lives in Yangon where he works for the International Organization for Migration as a Field Coordinator Engineer. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his knowledge of civil engineering and to learn best leadership practices to translate to his career and life.
La Ring lives in Myitkyina Township where he is the Communications Coordinator for an international relief organization that focuses on documenting human rights abuse information. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his passion and experience helping the oppressed through training and relief mission work.
Lu San currently lives in Yangon where she works as a Director of Leadership Development at the Myanmar Baptist Convention. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experiences in education and working with women.
May Thet Khine
May Thet Khine lives in Yangon and is working to establish an organic plantation at Southern Shan State while she also works for the family business, Chan Tha Aluminum Kitchen Wares Enterprise. She became a DeBoer Fellow to further develop her interests in finance, sales and marketing and to learn from other innovative thinkers and doers.
Dr. May Thet Kyaw
Dr. May Thet Kyaw lives in Yangon where she works as a Senior Program Officer at Pact Myanmar. She became a DeBoer Fellow in order to share her experiences as a medical doctor and to further develop her passion to advocate for peace, human rights, equity, and justice.
Myo Than Tun
Myo Than Tun currently lives in Yangon where he is founder and executive director of ZID Institute which provides various educational programs, and he also cofounded Myanmar TESOL to educate English teachers. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share and further expand his knowledge and capacity for entrepreneurial education and social enterprise.
Myo Thandar currently lives in Inle where she works for the Inle Heritage Foundation as a Human Resources Development Manager. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experiences and to develop her skills in regards to social business and encouraging cooperation between CSOs, NGOs, and other organizations.
Dr. Naing Naing
Dr. Naing Naing currently lives in Yangon where he works as a Deputy Director of the Health Department of MRCS, which includes managing three community based health programs. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his knowledge and skills as they relate to Myanmar public health.
Nang Khin Khin Tun
Nang Khin Khin Tun currently lives in Yangon where she works for Paung Ku as a Program Coordinator to promote positive social change in Myanmar through work with CSOs. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experiences working in community healthcare development and to grow her passion and leadership ability to empower women and youth.
Nang Nu Nu Yee
Nang Nu Nu Yee lives in Yangon where she works for Mercy Corps as a Program Coordinator, focusing on inter-communal violence. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experiences promoting peace and reconciliation, as well as health education.
Naw Aung lives in Yangon where he works for Safeworld, INGO as Finance and Administration Manager. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his experiences in law and public administration and to learn from the diverse class of Fellows.
Naw Eunice works for Myanmar Institute of Theology as a Program Coordinator of the Gender Studies Center. She became a DeBoer Fellow to further her interests in organizational development and to share her passions for community work.
Naw Genevieve lives in Yangon where she works for World Vision International-Myanmar as a Manager in the Grant Management Department. She became a DeBoer Fellow in order to share her knowledge and experiences as they relate to public administration and immigration issues and to learn strategies to further support youth.
Naw Helen Linda
Naw Helen Linda lives in Insein where she works for ECCD Center as School Head. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experiences with operations and supervision while growing her competencies as a holistic leader.
Naw Hnin Wut Yee
Naw Hnin Wut Yee lives in Yangon where she works for the Christian Broadcasting Network ministry as an Administrator in the Finance and Sponsorship Division. She became a DeBoer Fellow to develop her leadership potential and collaboration skills.
Naw Paw Lay Lay Wah
Naw Paw Lay Lay Wah lives in Kayin State currently where she works for the Norwegian Refugee Council as a National Project Coordinator. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experiences and to increase her capacity to train young people amid a conflict region.
Dr. Nay Lin Tun
Dr. Nay Lin Tun lives in Yangon where he works for the International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Myanmar as a Policy and Advocacy Officer. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his experiences in reproductive and sexual health and advocating for those who have high risk of contracting an HIV infection.
Nay Myo Htun
Nay Myo Htun lives in Magway where he works as Head of the Regional Office for Save the Children. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his knowledge of community health and learn best practices and leadership principles to apply to his career and life.
Nyi Nyi Zaw
Nyi Nyi Zaw lives in Yangon where he works for Burnet Institute Myanmar as a Project Manager (Malaria) for hard to reach populations. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his experiences in the medical profession for humanitarian organizations and to continue to develop his understanding of diverse cultures.
Po Po Minn
Po Po Minn works for Pun Hlaing Landscaping as a Project Manager. She is also a member of the Myanmar Engineering Society, is an Associate Asean Engineer, and volunteers by teaching classes (English, Math and Physics) at a monastery. Po Po Minn is from Yankin Township, Yangon and has earned three Engineering degrees, most recently a Post Graduate Diploma of Environmental Engineering in 2013.
S Lont Mun
S Lont Mun lives in Yangon where he works for Tearfund UK as Program Coordinator. In this role, he supports 5 Tearfund partners and facilitates meetings and workshops that focus on capacity building, networking, monitoring, etc. S Lont Mun has experience in the fields of community development, human resources, conflict transformation, and peacemaking. He is passionate about serving people with the greatest need.
Salai Yaw Han
Salai Yaw Han lives in Mingalardon Township with his wife, Thuzar Shwe, and two children (6 and 2 years old) where he works for Stars of Dawn Wholistic Institute as Principal. In his role, he strives to train and raise up young leaders for the betterment of Myanmar so that the country will have a brighter future.
San Thiri currently lives in Yangon where she works for Myanmar Positive Group as a Program Manager. Much of her work focuses on HIV/AIDS issues. She has worked mostly in the under-resourced area of Myanmar, focusing on nutrition, healthcare, and community system strengthening. San Thiri has earned two degrees, most recently a post graduate diploma in Research Studies from Yangon University of Economics.
Saw Hay Thar
Saw Hay Thar lives in the Kyon Pyaw Division where he works for the Karen Environmental Social Action Network (KESAN) as a Communication Officer and Researcher. He became a DeBoer Fellow to collectively share his passion for justice and to further his leadership capacity.
Saw Khine Thet Tun
Saw Khine Thet Tun lives in Yangon where he works for Kant Kaw Education Center as School Manager, with the goal of leading a community college in the future. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his experience with educational administration and to collaborate with other innovative Myanmar leaders.
Seng Ja Labang
Seng Ja Labang currently lives in Yangon where she works for Yangon Bakehouse as Human Resources Officer. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her experiences as an English teacher and human resource administration for a social enterprise bakehouse and to connect with the diverse fellow class.
Thet Thandar Maung
Thet Thandar Maung lives in Yangon where she works for Serge Pun and Associates as Training and Development Coordinator. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her organizational, training and planning skills and to further develop her leadership skills as they relate to human resource administration.
Thura Aung lives in Bogalay, Ayeyarwady Division where he works for Radanar Ayar Rural Development Association as Program Director. He became a DeBoer Fellow to expand his capacity as a youth activist, develop leadership skills as they relate to AIDS information advocacy and public health.
Win Min Thu
Win Min Thu lives in Yangon where she works for Asia 21 MJ Co. Ltd. providing administrative support. She became a DeBoer Fellow to share her extensive business administration, logistics and accounting experience and to further develop her leadership capacity.
Yee Mon Hsu
Yee Mon Hsu lives in Mawlamyine where she works as project manager and co-founder at National Enlightenment Institute, which focuses on capacity building training programs, awareness and social mobilization. She became a DeBoer Fellow to hone her skills in writing, teaching and researching and to connect with other social entrepreneurs and innovative leaders throughout Myanmar.
Zaw Htut Yin
Zaw Htut Yin lives in Mandalay where he works for Population Services International/Myanmar as a Transport and Logistics Officer. He became a DeBoer Fellow to increase his leadership capacity and connect with a diverse cohort of Myanmar leaders.
Zaw Min Latt
Zaw Min Latt lives in Yangon where he works for the Connections HR Agency as a General Manager, Trainer, and Consultant. He became a DeBoer Fellow to share his experiences in business administration and human resources and to collaborate with an energetic cohort of Myanmar change-makers.