Joint Business Economics & YPC Networking: Finding Personal Passion in Your Career
The pursuit of jobs that provide purpose and meaning have often been described as the key factor in finding a fulfilling career. More often than not, individuals struggle to identify or develop passion for a role. With the world changing at a faster pace, and with increasing cases of burnout, it is more important than ever to revisit passion: its meaning, and how to develop or sustain it.
Join us to hear from three young executives and how they found the passion to connect people together; the passion to build a more equal and inclusive workplace; and the passion to innovate and create new technology to tackle existing challenges.
About the Speakers:
Kanyanat Piticharoen (Natty), Country Manager, Tinder Thailand. A veteran in the technology industry, Natty has held various managerial roles across Google, Meta, and SEA Limited. Before joining Tinder Inc., she was the Brand Partnerships Marketing Solutions Lead, where she led a team of 14 members to develop marketing strategies and became the first country for the company to implement a cross-agency advertising partnership program. In her current role, Natty is responsible for Tinder?s business direction, marketing strategies, and product localization in Thailand. Natty holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Management from Chulalongkorn University and a MPhil in Business Administration from Cambridge University.
Koko Tiamsai, Internal Communications, Diversity & Inclusion Manager, Foodpanda Thailand. Koko is a communication professional with extensive experience in Political Communication, Gender & Media, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Social Development. She is a Gender Scholar from SOAS, University of London, and a recipient of the British Government?s prestigious Chevening Scholarship. She aims to reform Thai society by promoting gender diversity.
Sinthu Satawiriya, Head of Ventures, AI and Robotics Ventures. As the Head of Ventures at ARV, which is a Ventures Studio and wholly-owned subsidiary of PTT Exploration and Production Pcl., Sinthu is responsible for the creation of deep-tech start-ups which develop some of the most advanced developments in Artificial and Robotics, used in the oil and gas industry and beyond. Some of the recent start-ups include Rovula which has developed the world?s first autonomous and remotely operate underwater vehicles capable of performing inspections, repairs, and maintenance tasks on underwater pipelines; as well as a start-up called BIND which has created a platform and tools to enable seamless privacy, control, and self-sovereignty of use-cases requiring digital IDs for corporates, natural persons, and machines. Together with his roles & responsibilities at ARV as Head of Ventures, in his capacity as Vice President attached to the CFO at PTT Exploration and Production Pcl., Sinthu also supports ARV as Head of Finance. Sinthu holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Emory University and a Master?s degree in Applied Economics from the University of International Business and Economics.