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Occupation: Other Industry: Nonprofit
Country: Thailand City: Bangkok
State: Nonthaburi ZIP: 11140

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Janjarang K.
Citizenship : Thai ▪ Date of birth : November
Tel. + , +
/ Kanchanapisek Rd., Saothonghin,
Bangyai, Nonthaburi THAILAND
Strong background in international and multicultural environment
Several professional experiences with international organizations, civil society
organizations, as well as financial and political sectors worldwide.
Fluency in English, Japanese and Thai. Basic command in German.
Excellent computer skills MS Office, the Internet, basic HTML, SPSS.
Excellent research skills.
Superb planning and communication abilities. Highly responsible and organized.
Master of Arts in International Relations, Maxwell School of Citizenship
and Public Affairs, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, New York, USA
Syracuse University Global Program Award Fall
International Relations Student Association IRSA Executive Board Member – organized
Syracuse University’s Cultural Fair. Successfully raised sufficient financial support despite the
cutback from economic and financial crisis.
Participated as a speaker at Syracuse University Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, East Asia
Program on the topic “the Thai Political Crisis: NGOs, People, and Nation.”
Bachelor of Arts in Policy Studies, NANZAN UNIVERSITY, Nagoya, Japan
Nanzan University Full Scholarship
Dean’s Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement
Thai Student Leader and World Plaza Leader – organized several campus activities such as
the Spring Festival for Peace, Nanzan University Culture Festival, etc.
Professional Experience
The Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations CoNGO Office Vienna, Intern,
Vienna, Austria, September – December
 Prepared the annual CoNGO Board Meeting and the Civil Society Development Forum at UNOV – attended
by more than civil society activists and organizations worldwide;
 Assisted the NGO Caucuses on the UNECE Beijing+ Regional Review Meeting in drafting recommendations
on climate change and human rights which were presented at the UNECE Regional Meeting in Geneva, ;
 Assisted the Committee on the Status of Women on the upcoming international symposium on Gender Medicine
in Eisenstadt, Austria.
 Worked with the Peace Committee on “Mobility” Project, a game aims at combating climate change by changing
habits in young adults – The project will be implemented in UNESCO Schools in Vienna in the near future;
 Networked and fostered communications and relations with all active Vienna NGO Committees;
The United Nations Economic and Social Council ECOSOC, Office for ECOSOC Support and Coordination, Intern,
Geneva, Switzerland, July
 Facilitated and assisted informal negotiations on the resolution concerning sustainable development, a task
equivalent to senior level officers;
 Maintained strong communications and services to highlevel delegations ministerial level, secretariats and
related parties;
 Prepared summaries of ECOSOC sessions for official UN documents;
 Handled administrative tasks.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD, TrainForTrade, Intern, Geneva, Switzerland,
 Prepared the Dublin Conference by writing opening and closing ceremony speeches, contacting and
maintaining communications with delegations, and preparing necessary documents;
 Wrote information note and summaries of TrainForTrade activities for the media and the UN website;
 Maintained and updated existing TrainForTrade website on Modern Port Management htt;
 Conducted research on maritime transportation for UNCTAD publication.
The ExportImport Bank of Thailand, Treasury Department – Correspondent Division, Intern, Bangkok, Thailand, June
– July
 Undertook the role of the Vice President’s secretary: provided financial institution analysis reports for the Vice
President, as well as responsible for communications between the Bank and domestic/international financial
 Handled drafting and mailing of correspondence; Coordinated with other departments for internal meetings.
The People’s Alliance for Democracy PAD, Student Group Vice President, Volunteer, Bangkok, Thailand May –
 Mobilized young adults in joining the protest through mass media and campaigns; Helped create pamphlets and
journals , altogether which resulted in the establishment of Young PAD
and an independent stage set up for young adult activities during the period of the protest;
 Served as Young PAD Book Project’s Editor projectpending – Promoted the involvement of youth in politics
through mass media and literature; Appeared several time on TV Programs;
 Collected petition signatures from several communities throughout the country.
The Democrat Party of Thailand, Campaign Assistant / Democrat Youth Project Assistant, Intern, Bangkok, Thailand,
April – May
 Worked closely with Korn Chatikavanij, the current Finance Minister of Thailand, on Democrat Youth Project:
Developed a oneyearplan for the Democrat Youth Project – currently in use for Democrat Internship Program;
 Served as MP Tanarod Rodnakulset’s Personal Assistant during Chonburi Election Campaign, particularly in
networking, campaign strategies and local involvement;
 Together with the Democrat Interns Group, designed a trash elimination plan for a community in Ubonrajathani
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO, Suginami UNESCO Association,
Youth Team Program Officer Volunteer, Tokyo, Japan, August – February
 Worked closely with Norie Italura, the current Suginami UNESCO President and a special advisor on education to
the government of Japan, in designing Momoi Dai Shi Elementary School’s Global Kids Program in – the
logo which I designed is still in use;
 Organized culturalrelated activities including a monthly Language and Culture classes for junior high school
students, annual international camps aimed at decreasing xenophobia, Christmas Parties for the elderly, study
tours in Japan for exchange students and international residence.
The Aichi World Expo , Thailand Pavilion, Parttime Officer, Nagoya, Japan, March – September
 Served as public relations assistant; Handled general office duties; and provided daytoday financial reports.
Activities and Honors
Awarded Member of Phi Beta Delta in – Honor Society for International Scholars
Yothinburana High School Best Student Award
First exchange student for Youth For Understanding YFU Japan Ambassador Scholarship for Thais
The Central for New Americans Syracuse – Volunteer as a Refugee Children Tutor January – May
Smoke Free Walk Tokyo Campaign Assistant July
Participated and t

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