Amm is a service-driven professional who brings with her many years of consulting experience. Based in Bangkok, Amm first joined BGA as an analyst in BGA’s Thailand office before spending two years with the team in Washington D.C. In her current regional role, Amm provides policy support and helps clients foster engagements across BGA markets.
Throughout her career, Amm has advised companies across multiple sectors, including fast-moving consumer goods, agriculture, energy and banking, and has supported firms in areas such as marketing, corporate governance and government relations. Prior to joining BGA, she was an account manager at Kantar, a consumer research and consultancy company, where she advised clients on Thai consumer behavior and economic development to help grow and sustain their businesses.
Earlier, Amm worked as a corporate social responsibility consultant at Kenan Institute Asia, a non-government organization operating in the Greater Mekong sub-region to foster sustainable development. She managed, designed and implemented projects that brings together public, private, international and local stakeholders.
Originally from Bangkok, Amm spent her childhood years the United States and New Zealand. She holds a master’s degree in political science from Columbia University in New York, concentrating in international relations and political economy, after which she spent six months as an intern at the Permanent Mission of Thailand to the United Nations. She received her bachelor’s degree in economics from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.
- Account Manager, Kantar World Panel (Jul 2015-Dec 2017)
- Consultant, Kenan Institute Asia (May 2012-Jun 2015)
- Independent Consultant, The World Bank (Jan-May 2012)
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Government Affairs
- Research & Development
- Fast-Moving Consumer Goods
- Food & Beverage
- Government Affairs
- Not for Profit
- Columbia University (2010-2011)— Master of Arts in Political Science
- Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok (2006-2009)— Bachelor of Arts in Economics