Joint AMCHAM Women & CSR Committees: Women in STEM - Inclusion for Innovation and Productivity Enhancement
Please join us for Women in STEM: Inclusion for Innovation and Productivity Enhancement, a webinar jointly produced by the AMCHAM Women and CSR Committees.
How do organizations garner talent and foster inclusion to develop female talent? What does it take to be an employer of choice for women looking to advance in STEM? And should all companies have KPIs around inclusion and diversity and if so, how should these be implemented?
Featuring speakers from Pfizer Thailand, USAID, and Gulf Energy Development Public Company, this webinar will focus on how organizations can support and create opportunities to foster women in STEM as well as an innovative workplace culture.
Deborah Seifert, Country Manager, Thailand and Indochina, Pfizer Thailand.
Deborah is currently the Country Manager of Pfizer Thailand and Indochina markets (Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos), where she oversees Pfizer Biopharmaceutical Group operations. Deborah leads Pfizer in its purpose of bringing breakthroughs that change patient's lives. Her focus is on driving access to innovative medicines by exercising both internal coordination and engaging external top-level representatives to lead the conversation and drive positive changes for public health in the country. Deborah is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of in-depth and diverse experience in marketing, commercial operations management, and leadership at the local, regional, and global level within Pfizer.
Rashane Sala-Ngarm, Project Management Specialist, USAID/RDMA
Rashane manages the USAID program Enhancing Equality in Energy for Southeast Asia (E4SEA) and supports other programs in the U.S. Agency for International Development Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA)'s energy portfolio. Prior to joining USAID, Rashane was the Regional Coordinator for GIZ Water Energy Food Urban Nexus program. Rashane holds an MBA from the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), and a Masters of International Project Management from SKEMA Business School, Sophia Antipolis campus, France.
Chutima Sribumrungsart, EVP - Human Resources, Gulf Energy Development PCL
Chutima is Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Gulf Energy Development PCL. She was previously the Country HR Lead at Microsoft (Thailand). She has more than 30 years of extensive HR experience from diverse business sectors including Telecommunications (Nokia Siemens Networks Co. Ltd), International Banking (Standard Chartered; Bangkok Bank), Consumer Products (L'Oréal Thailand), Professional Services (Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jaiyos), Upstream Hot Roll Coil Manufacturing (Sahaviriya Steel Industries Plc) and Outsourcing & Recruitment (Adecco). Experienced in transformation across local and global organizations, Chutima has pioneered key HR trends in Thailand. She holds a BA in English Literature from Thammasat University and Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management from Sasin School of Management, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.