This event is fully booked. Our next Governors' Table event is on September 2 at Holiday Inn Pattaya followed by September 10 at Rosewood Bangkok. Booked now.
AMCHAM is pleased to present The Governors’ Table. This is an in-person event. Each event in this dinner series will feature two AMCHAM board governors as your hosts for the evening. They will lead the participants in active discussions on current events and areas of interest based on their own expertise as well as that of their guests.
The dinner venues are AMCHAM members who are excited to welcome you to enjoy the very best of their specialty cuisines and hospitality. To allow for meaningful conversation and social distancing, attendance will be limited to 25 guests.
Our hosts, Rachel Davidson of Hilton & DoubleTree Bangkok Sukhumvit and Greg Wong of Agoda, look forward to welcoming you on the evening of August 27th.
Rachel Davidson is the Cluster General Manager of Hilton and DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok. Her career has encompassed General Manager’ roles at hotels and resorts throughout Thailand. Japan, China and Australia, the last twelve years with Hilton. Rachel has held director positions in various organizations including President of American Chamber of Commerce in Okinawa (2016 - 2018), Vice President of Chatan Tourism, Chair of Tourism Whitsundays, President of Hotels Sales and Marketing Association, Victoria and Director of YWCA, Melbourne. Rachel was the Japan, Korea and Micronesia representative from 2015-2019 for Hilton’s Global Corporate Responsibility program, Travel with Purpose, and continues to focus on adding value and supporting social and environmental initiatives in the local community.
Greg Wong, is Managing Director at Agoda, one of the world’s fastest-growing online travel platforms, with over 2,000 employees in Bangkok. An experienced Board Member and former Senior American Diplomat, Greg specializes in building sustainable partnerships between government and industry. Greg was Commercial Officer at American Embassies in Thailand, China, Malaysia, Vietnam and other global posts. Greg was awarded the Gold Medal – the highest award given by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Greg was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Burundi, and entrepreneur with a successful import and retail business in Honolulu. Greg studied Thai at Chula, holds an MBA from the University of Hawaii, and an MPA from Harvard.