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Wedu Partners with The School of Global Studies, Thammasat University

04 Aug Wedu Partners with The School of Global Studies, Thammasat University

Wedu Partners with The School of Global Studies, Thammasat University in Unlocking the Potential of Female Leaders 

Wedu in partnership with the School of Global Studies (SGS), Thammasat University are co-funding two  promising Wedu Rising Stars from Cambodia, Limon Bunn and Laitheam Eang, to complete their Bachelor’s degree in Global Studies & Social Entrepreneurship (GSSE) at one of Thailand’s most prestigious universities.  With Wedu’s mission to “unlock the leadership potential of women in Asia” and SGS’ aim “to foster social entrepreneurs that can be creative leaders and disruptors for a more equitable world”, both are forging a sustainable partnership to invest in the future of female leaders in the region.

IMG_6056From L-R: Wedu Operations & Outreach Coordinator Dipendra KC, SGS Founding Dean Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nuntavarn Vichit Vadakan, Rising Stars Bunn Limon, EANG Laitheam, BA-GSSE Program Director Pearl Phaovisaid, Wedu COO Vivian Lee & SGS Director of Teaching & Learning Center, Stephane P. Rou
IMG_6038From L-R: Rising Star Limon listens intently as Laitheam shares how vital social entrepreneurship can be in her social mission

Wedu and SGS, Thammasat University recognise that social justice cannot be achieved in a world where half of the population is excluded from getting access to higher education, and in order to shed more light on this topic, we are conducting a roundtable discussion “Join the Conversation: How Social Entrepreneurship can create a force of female leaders in Asia” to raise awareness on how social entrepreneurship and leadership development are integral in creating the next generation of female leaders and change-makers in Asia.

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