This event is closed for bookings. Our next available Governors' Table event is on October 29 at The W Hotel, House on Sathorn.
AMCHAM invites you to join us for our tenth Governors’ Table in 2020, hosted by Rachel Davidson of Hilton & Doubletree Sukhumvit and Jeff Lehrmann of Chevron.
Our Governors' Tables offer an opportunity to connect to leading executives and AMCHAM Board Governors over leisurely dinners in unique dinner venues around Bangkok. The small group size allows for individual introductions followed by relaxed, wide-ranging conversations with leaders from diverse industries and businesses.
This evening’s venue is the Kandhavas Place at The Athenee, which offers colonial style with panoramic views overlooking the pool and gardens.
About your hosts:
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.
Jeff Lehrmann is the Managing Director of Chevron’s Asia South business. As managing director, he is responsible for upstream operations in four countries: Bangladesh, China, Myanmar and Thailand. Jeff was previously Executive Director of Chevron’s Indonesia business and President of Chevron Canada. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University. He and his wife Cindy have four children, three daughters-in-law, and one grandchild.