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University of California, Berkeley
2017 – 2021
Major: Political Science
(June 2019 – Present)
I am writing for the Bangkok Post’s Asia Focus section.
Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program
Assistant to Professor Aila Matanock
(January 2019 – Present)
I am participating in the Program on Security Institutions and Violent Stability, a research project funded by the US Department of Defense. I am analyzing constitutions to understand the legal framework for security institutions and coding them into a dataset.
Assistant to Professor Mark Bevir
(January – May 2018)
I researched the process of devolution in the United Kingdom and wrote about its links to multicultural political philosophy.
(June – July 2018)
I had the opportunity to contribute to HR consulting projects for multiple companies and state-owned enterprises in Thailand. During this time, I worked on developing functional descriptions, devising change management strategies and activities, designing a job description workshop, creating leadership workshop cases, and analyzing leadership competencies.
Constitution Drafting Committee of Thailand
Social Media Intern
(May – September 2015)
I worked on the public relations subcommittee of Thailand’s Constitution Drafting Committee. I wrote a series of articles on social media called ‘3 Minutes a Day with the Draft Constitution’ to explain the new legal mechanisms included within the new constitution to the public.
Associated Students of the University of California
Chief Communications Officer
(May 2018 – May 2019)
I lead marketing and communications at the ASUC, directing outreach to 40,000 students on campus. I created new operational policies on both on-campus and off-campus press relations, reimagined and unified ASUC branding strategy, reformed student outreach strategy and recruitment, and launched multiple initiatives to improve ASUC internal communications.
(November 2017 – May 2018)
I was responsible for investigating suspected elections violations and prosecuting them pursuant to ASUC bylaws. This entailed negotiating plea bargains, presenting legal cases to the ASUC Judicial Council and building awareness of frequent bylaw violations. I also sat on the ASUC Elections Council and participated in decision-making regarding the administration of the election to the student body.
(September 2018 – Present)
As a consultant for Gap, I researched omnichannel capabilities, created user personas, conducted a competitive analysis of rewards programs and presented to Gap at their San Francisco headquarters. For LinkedIn, I conducted on-campus surveys and use cases for upcoming LinkedIn features.
- John Quincy Adams Society/National Interest Essay Competition — Honorable Mention (April 2019)
- Cal Alumni Association — Leadership Award (August 2018)
- Council of International Schools — International Student Award (January 2016)
- KIS International School — One Million Baht Scholarship (May 2015)