We are Center for Girls:
Nunnaree Luangmoi is the Founder and Director of Center for Girls Foundation. Nunnaree has tremendous drive to change the fortunes of the people in her community. Her willingness to get involved in the most challenging, emotionally difficult issues enables her to inspire young girls to strive for a better future. As an experienced facilitator of human rights workshops and interventions, she is well-positioned to ensure sustainable change can be achieved in the region. Nunnaree studied Community Development at Chiang Rai Rajabhat University and holds a Master’s Degree in Strategy Development.
Patchareerat Bunrat, or Ploy Sai to her friends, studied Community Development at Chiang Mai Rajabhat University. As the Financial Manager and Project Officer at Center for Girls, she supports general operations for the organization, as well as develops and delivers workshops to women and children in the surrounding communities. Her kind and easygoing nature combined with her assertiveness makes for an ideal combination for such challenging work. Students of all ages appreciate her lively and engaging approach.
Prapanan Kamjan, or Aoy to her friends, studied at the Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna in Chiang Rai. She has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and has been working for CFG since July 2018. She is responsible for recording the revenues and expenses of the organization, as well as reporting the monthly and annual financial statements. Aoy is a person who is very peaceful and likes to keep things simple. As a conscientious and valuable team member, Aoy is eager to expand her skills in various fields to further support the CFG organization.
Wanwarin Yensuk, or Nina to her friends, is the Project Coordinator at Center for Girls. Nina acquired BA in English Communication from Payap University International College. She also has a MSc in Gender and International Relations from the University of Bristol. Nina started working here in July 2021. She is passionate and committed to ending human trafficking and modern slavery globally. She started volunteering in an anti-trafficking NGO in 2018. At CFG, Nina oversees the projects in our organizations and keeps the projects running smoothly as well as helps lead workshops, activities, and training for women in the community. Nina currently oversees the Social Empowerment For Gender Equality Project.
Apinya Tuangsap, or Nett to her friends, graduated bachelor’s degree in Tourism Management at Mae Fah Luang University. She is the Communication and Information officer and started working here in July 2021. Nett’s main responsibilities are to maintain CFG’s media database and retain the organization’s information. Nett is a kind and empathetic person; she also likes justice. Even though she did not study in the same field as her current position, she is determined to learn and improve herself.