Your Gifts at Work – Meet the Lifelong Learning Payap Staff
Lifelong Learning Payap staff as of January 2024

Introducing our Staff

Already, the money you have donated to our annual fundraising campaign is making a difference. As a result of your generosity, Lifelong Learning Payap has been able to hire an additional staff member, enabling us to increase our efficiency and to offer a full complement of services. Meet our Lifelong Learning Payap staff:

Lifelong Learning Payap staff as of January 2024
Left to right: Yaowapa Chueakhamlue (Taew), Ja Sawm (Num Aye), and Bantarawan Chantra (Tuu)

Ja Sawn (Num Aye): Program Manager

Num Aye has been working for Lifelong Learning Payap for close to two years, first as Assistant Program Manager, and, since July, 2023, as Program Manager. Num Aye holds a B.A. degree from Yadanabon University in Myanmar and a M. Ed degree from Assumption University in Bangkok. Before coming to Payap, she was the Director of the We Women Foundation, an organization which supports women in Myanmar who want to continue their higher education and become leaders in their communities. Num Aye is responsible for the overall management of our Lifelong Learning programs, the operation of the Lifelong Learning Center, and communication with participants, presenters, and volunteers.

Bantarawan Chantra (Tuu): Assistant to the Program Manager

A Chiang Mai native, Khun Tuu is a double graduate of Payap University. She holds both a Bachelor of Arts in English and an MBA from Payap. She worked for many years in business and then transitioned to NGO work, supporting international domestic students in the Mekong Sub-region with the Child’s Dream Foundation. Khun Tuu joined LLL as a part-time accountant, bookkeeper and social media expert at the beginning of January, 2024.

Yaowapa Chueakkhamlue (Taew): Secretary

Khun Taew was born in Phayao Province, but moved to Chiang Mai when she was twelve years old. She graduated from Payap University with a major in Hotel and Tourism Management and worked at Payap’s Paradornparp International House (PIH) for five years before transferring to Lifelong Learning in early January, 2024. Khun Taew’s responsibilities include checking and recording both registrations and payments, setting up the rooms for presentations, and serving as our receptionist.

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