About Us

Our team

Founder & President
Hanoi, Vietnam

Greig Craft

Greig Craft

Founder & President
Hanoi, Vietnam

Concerned by the growing crisis and impact of road crashes on poor economies, Greig Craft established AIP Foundation to improve road traffic safety in the developing world in 1999.

His innovative solutions have already had an impact in reducing road crash fatalities and injuries in Asia and Africa. AIP Foundation’s creation of a lightweight ‘tropical’ helmet has been hailed as a milestone in child injury prevention. Its signature Helmets for Kids program was officially launched by former US President Bill Clinton in 2000.

Setting up the world’s first non profit helmet factory in Vietnam, Greig Craft created a new model of social enterprise demonstrating self-sustainability. Protec has become a recognized leader in producing quality, yet affordable, helmets. Protec puts all ‘profits’ back into local communities for road safety education and public awareness campaigns, and employs the physically disabled as assembly line workers.

Greig Craft is a member of the United Nations Commission on Global Road Safety. He was awarded the Prince Michael Award for International Road Safety in 2006, and Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet bestowed an award for his contributions to Road Safety Education in 2007.

Chief Executive Officer
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Mirjam Sidik

Mirjam Sidik

Chief Executive Officer
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Mirjam Sidik joined AIP Foundation in 2005 and has acted as its CEO since 2013. For more than 10 years, she has used her expertise and experience to build AIP Foundation into a renowned implementer of global road safety solutions. She has cultivated strong working relationships with governments, research institutes, and private stakeholders in Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Thailand, Tanzania, and Uganda. In December 2014, Mirjam was presented the Royal Order of Sahametrei Medal by Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng for her contributions to road safety efforts. She is a member of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration and was a participant in the Clinton Global Initiative. Mirjam graduated from Justus-Liebig University in Germany and holds a Master’s Degree in Economic Sciences.

Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Hanoi, Vietnam

Hoang Thi Na Huong

Hoang Thi Na Huong

Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Hanoi, Vietnam

Na Huong is AIP Foundation’s Deputy Executive Director. She began work with the AIP Foundation as Government Relations Advisor in 2008. She is also the Deputy General Director for Protec Tropical Helmets, AIP Foundation’s non-profit helmet factory. As Deputy Executive Director, she continues her Government Relations work and is involved in finance and operations management activities. Na Huong graduated from the Foreign Trade University with a Bachelors degree in Business and earned her Masters degree at the Asia Institute of Technology in Business Management.

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Global

Development

Development Coordinator
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Peggy Moriarty

Peggy Moriarty

Development Coordinator
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Peggy joined AIP Foundation in June of 2016 as part of the Princeton in Asia Fellowship Program and is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Civil Engineering in 2014 and has actively participated in different leadership and extra-curricular activities including serving as a Young Fellow at the Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research as well as the Director of Alumni and Member Relations of Stanford’s Engineers for a Sustainable World.  She has experience working as the Development Director for DreamCatchers, an education and wellness non-profit based in Stanford, California and most recently worked as an Analyst at Cornerstone Research, an economic and financial consulting firm. Previously, she served as an intern at the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Illinois and at The Boeing Company in Seattle.  Peggy is excited to work with AIP Foundation to highlight the consequences of the current road safety situation and raise awareness amongst policy makers and global leaders about this pressing issue.

Policy and Programs Advisor
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Louise Goldman

Louise Goldman

Policy and Programs Advisor
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Louise joined AIP Foundation in May 2016 as part of the Australian Volunteers for International Development program, an Australian Government initiative. Prior to joining the team, she worked in Australia for the Transport Accident Commission and Work Safe Victoria, developing and implementing programs focused on injury prevention and behavior change. In 2014, Louise was awarded for “Innovation in Personal Injury Management” by the Personal Injury Education Foundation in Australia for her work in developing and implementing a state-wide education and awareness program for General Practitioners about their role in supporting patients to return to work following a transport or work-related injury.

Louise completed a Graduate Certificate of Management (majoring in Personal Injury insurance scheme management) at Deakin University, Australia in 2012 and is currently completing a Masters of International Development through RMIT in Melbourne, Australia. Louise is pleased to have the opportunity to contribute to AIP Foundation’s important work to reduce the impact of road trauma in Cambodia and hopes to see more and more helmets on heads during her time there.

Communications

Communications Manager
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Frances Massing

Frances Massing

Communications Manager
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Frances Massing is the Communications Manager at AIP Foundation and brings more than nine years of marketing communications experience to this role. Frances previously worked at IBM Australia as a Marketing Communications Specialist and in 2013 moved to Vietnam to work in the international NGO sector. Frances initially joined AIP Foundation in 2013 as a Social Media Consultant to aid the development, capacity building, and implementation of AIP Foundation’s global social media strategy. Frances earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Digital Cultures and Asian Studies at The University of Sydney in Australia. Frances is passionate to utilize her experience to support AIP Foundation’s efforts to improve road safety in developing countries.

Communications and Development Coordinator 
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Molly Ellison

Molly Ellison

Communications and Development Coordinator 
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Molly joined AIP Foundation’s Ho Chi Minh City office in July 2016 as part of the Princeton in Asia fellowship program. She recently graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and political science. She is a Washington, D.C. native and has held communications positions with film festivals, non-profits, and a public affairs firm. Most recently, she worked for the international television company, Discovery Communications, in its corporate communications department. During college, she was president of her school’s student events board and led the execution of large-scale concerts, comedy shows and film screenings on campus. Molly is excited to work for an organization with a mission as critical as AIP Foundation’s.

Graphic and Web Designer
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Linh Nguyen

Linh Nguyen

Graphic and Web Designer
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Linh Nguyen joined AIP Foundation in March 2015 as a Graphic and Web Designer. Previously, Linh has worked at Trung Nguyen Corporation, BHD Media, and ISBVietnam and brings with her plenty of design experience.  She graduated from Hanoi Technology with certificates in design. With Linh’s background and interest in design, she provides AIP Foundation with valuable creative, technical, and professional skills.

 

Monitoring & Evaluation

Monitoring & Evaluation Manager
Hanoi, Vietnam

Tung Vo

Tung Vo

Monitoring & Evaluation Manager
Hanoi, Vietnam

Tung Vo joined AIP Foundation as its Monitoring and Evaluation Manager in April 2017. Previously, he worked for Bayer Vietnam in a variety of roles, including as a Senior Market Analyst. He served as Monitoring and Evaluation Manager for Save the Children in Vietnam for eight years. He also worked as a research manager for TNS Vietnam. Tung holds a Master of Business Administration from the Asian Institute of Technology. He graduated from Hanoi University of Technology and has attended additional training courses covering topics such as USAID rules and regulations, monitoring and evaluation, statistical analysis with STATA and SPSS, leadership, communication, and advanced negotiation skills.

Monitoring & Evaluation Technical Advisor
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Son Mai

Son Mai

Monitoring & Evaluation Technical Advisor
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Son Mai joined AIP Foundation in November 2015 as the Monitoring & Evaluation Manager. Son completed her MA on Population and Reproductive Health Research at the Mahidol University in Thailand. She has been involved in many studies as well as evaluation surveys since 1997. Prior to joining AIP Foundation, Son worked as a Program Manager at HCMC Aids Committee since 2004. Son has experience in developing M&E related materials and guidelines, managing M&E databases, analyzing data, and writing reports and presentations. At AIP Foundation, Son will manage the M&E system to ensure the quality of AIP Foundation’s projects. Son hopes to maintain AIP Foundation’s effective M&E network and contribute to the organization’s mission on promoting road safety.

Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Roxy Gleeson

Roxy Gleeson

Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Roxy joined AIP Foundation in April 2017 as part of the Australian Government’s “Australian Volunteers for International Development” program. 

Prior to joining the team, Roxy worked for Alfred Health, a major health service and provider of trauma services in Australia.  Her role involved working as an internal consultant to identify improvements to services and to support teams through the implementation and evaluation of interventions. 

Roxy studied a Bachelor of Health Sciences (majoring in health promotion and disability studies) before undertaking a graduate program through the Australasian College of Health Service Management, which involved undertaking a Masters of Health Administration and completing work placements across four different health services.

Through Roxy’s academic studies and broad work experience within health care settings she has developed a passion for prevention of illness and injury and believes that everyone has a right to live in a safe and healthy environment.

Roxy is grateful for the opportunity to work at AIP Foundation to contribute towards reducing the burden of road trauma and is excited to explore Vietnam and learn more about its people, culture, and cuisine!

Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Lien Tran

Lien Tran

Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Lien Tran joined AIP Foundation in June 2017 as the Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant. Lien completed her Bachelor on Public Health at the Medical & Pharmacy University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Prior to joining AIP Foundation, Linh worked at the Ho Chi Minh City HIV/AIDS Prevention Center for over 10 years as a Project Assistant and M&E Coordinator.

Through various training courses and work, Linh has experience in log-frame building, data analysis, and data collection tool development. She is excited to develop her monitoring & evaluation skills further to help improve road safety.

Finance and Human Resource

HR and Finance Director
Hanoi, Vietnam

Luc Ha

Luc Ha

HR and Finance Director
Hanoi, Vietnam

Luc has a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Finance. She is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant in England (ACCA). Prior to AIP Foundation, she worked for different organizations in different sectors, including over 13 years of working experiences with INGOs in Vietnam.

Chief Accountant
Hanoi, Vietnam

Lan Van

Lan Van

Chief Accountant
Hanoi, Vietnam

Lan joined AIP Foundation as the Chief Accountant in March 2012. She graduated from the Hanoi Academy of Finance with a Bachelor of Accounting and has extensive experience in both accounting and auditing across sectors, from manufacturing and trading to education and NGO work. Prior to joining AIP Foundation, Lan worked for an international school in Hanoi and for other international organizations.

General Accountant
Hanoi, Vietnam

Mai Nguyen

Mai Nguyen

General Accountant
Hanoi, Vietnam

Mai Nguyen joined AIP Foundation as a general accountant in November 2015. Mai is responsible for assisting the Vietnam Program team in preparing payments and receipt vouchers. In her role, Mai supports other colleagues working in compliance with the organizations’ financial policies and procedures.

Mai has a Bachelor of Accounting; she previously worked for Protec for two years as an accountant. She was in charge of inventory. Mai’s strengths include bookkeeping and monitoring import and export products. Mai also provided support in cost accounting for senior accountants. Mai is hard-working, careful, and has a high sense of responsibility.

 

Operations

Operations Director
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Son Nguyen

Son Nguyen

Operations Director
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

As AIP Foundation’s Organizational Development & Strategy Manager, Son is a management team member who, for more than 5 years, has played an active part in just about every aspect of the organization to ensure strategic plans are working and sustaining effectively. Son works closely with the strategy team, executive committee and cross-country, cross-function management groups to establish and prioritize strategic objectives that align the organization with opportunities, competitive advantage and drives the organizational performance forward. He administers the strategy cycles including planning, communication, implementation and monitoring. Son is a graduate from National University of HCMC with an English B.A degree and a certified Integrated Marketing professional. He’s known for extensive business experiences in international organizations and distinguished industries.

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Cambodia

Cambodia Country Director
Phnom Penh

Pagna Kim

Pagna Kim

Cambodia Country Director
Phnom Penh

Pagna Kim is a native Cambodian with an interest in global road safety. His involvement in road safety began in 2005 when he served as Executive Director of a local NGO, Coalition for Road Safety and, later, was Road Safety Project Manager with the Cambodian Red Cross. Pagna joined AIP Foundation in 2011. He leads AIP Foundation’s public awareness education, school-based, and advocacy programs in Cambodia. In 2012, Pagna Kim graduated from the Chamreun University of Poly-Technology with a Master’s degree in Public Administration. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the Royal University of Phnom Penh in 2002. Between 2010 and 2014, Pagna was awarded with three Cambodia Gold Medals by the Royal Government of Cambodia for his contributions to national development.

School-based Program Manager
Phnom Penh

Sophal Sim

Sophal Sim

School-based Program Manager
Phnom Penh

Sophal jointed the AIP Foundation as Deputy Program Manager in 2011. He is responsible for further development of AIP Foundation’s programs and activities for the Cambodian context, overseeing day-to-day program activities, and enhancing relationships with the government, sponsors, NGOs, and other road safety stakeholders. He got into road safety in 2009 as the Acting Executive Director of an local NGO, Coalition for Road Safety, where worked closely with the National Road Safety Committee, the World Health Organization, and Handicap International Belgium on public awareness campaigns, advocacy, and school-based programs in Cambodia. Sophal graduated from the Build Bright University with a Bachelor degree in General Management. After graduation, he worked more than seven years for the Royal Cabinet of His Majesty King-Father Norodom Sihanouk, gaining extensive knowledge of website development, financial management, and human resources.

Senior Program Manager
Phnom Penh

Chanpha Khun

Chanpha Khun

Senior Program Manager
Phnom Penh

Chanpha started working with AIP Foundation Cambodia team in 2014 as Behavior Change Campaign Manager with her MBA degree and Diploma of Medical Doctor. Chanpha comes with extensive work experience in the NGO sector, including her most recent role as Health Communication Team Leader at the Reproductive and Child Health Alliance (RACHA). Chanpha is  responsible for public awareness campaigns, research, monitoring and evaluation and will work closely with the team on advocacy and fundraising activities.

Operations Officer
Phnom Penh

Sokunthea Vann

Sokunthea Vann

Operations Officer
Phnom Penh

Sokunthea Vann joined the AIP Foundation Cambodia team as Operations Officer in July 2014. Kunthea manages finances, policies, procedures, human resources, and risk for the Cambodia country office. Kunthea has a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from the Norton University in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Before joining AIP Foundation, Kunthea worked at the East West Management Institute as Administration Officer. Kunthea brings valuable experience related to finance, admin, and HR.

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China

China Country Manager
Chengdu

Xiaoyan Xu

Xiaoyan Xu

China Country Manager
Chengdu

Xiaoyan Xu joined AIP foundation in May 2012. She is originally from Chengdu, China and has worked in the field of social development for several years. Her experience includes working with Heifer International China for five years in project management, with a focus on community development and government relations. Prior to joining AIP Foundation, she served in the Beijing Office of Greenpeace as a campaigner for one year. Xiaoyan graduated from Southwest University with a Bachelors Degree in Veterinary Sciences. In 2008, Xiaoyan was awarded a scholarship by the Ford International Fellowship Program and went to study in the United States. She received her Masters of Science Degree in Agriculture Education from Oklahoma State University in 2011.

Project Coordinator
Chengdu

Youde Tang

Youde Tang

Project Coordinator
Chengdu

Youde Tang joined AIP Foundation’s China as a Field Coordinator in 2013. Prior to joining AIP, he worked as a consultant for Sichuan Academy of Grassland Science on community development programs.

Youde began his work in the non-profit field while pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Agriculture at Southwest University in Chongqing, China. While there, he volunteered in rural communities helping the local famers organize economic cooperatives.

 After graduating, he served for five years as an assistant project director with a focus on monitoring and evaluation at Partnerships for Community Development in Hong Kong. Later on, Youde worked at Heifer International as a program officer before being selected as a Ford International Fellow in 2011 and traveling to United States to pursue a graduate degree. Youde holds a B.A. in agriculture from Southwest University, China and a M.A. in Sustainable International Development from Brandeis University, United States.

Administrative and Project Assistant
Chengdu

Qianhe Zhou

Qianhe Zhou

Administrative and Project Assistant
Chengdu

Qianhe Zhou joined AIP Foundation in March, 2016, after receiving her MA in International Political Economy from the University of Sheffield, England. Prior to her studies in the UK, Qianhe graduated from Beijing International Studies University with a BA in International Politics. During her education, Qianhe gained various internship experiences as an assistant and translator with organizations such as Child Rights International Network in UK and ZhongYingYouChuang Information Technology Company in Beijing. She hopes to bring her experience advocating for children within an international context to the important work being done at AIP Foundation.

 

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Thailand

Thailand Chairperson
Bangkok

Ratanawadee Winther

Ratanawadee Winther

Thailand Chairperson
Bangkok

Madame Ratanawadee Hemniti Winther began her assignment as Country Director of AIP Foundation in Thailand in February 2011. Prior to joining AIP Foundation, Madame Winther headed a road safety training project in Vietnam under the Danish International Development Assistance’s Innovative Partnerships for Development Program. Over the past three decades, she has worked on four continents, making a sustainable impact in road traffic safety and education. She has worked extensively as a capacity and partnerships development specialist on several international development assistance projects. Madame Winther obtained an M.A. in Adult Education from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada.

Thailand Country Manager
Bangkok

Oratai Junsuwanaruk

Oratai Junsuwanaruk

Thailand Country Manager
Bangkok

Oratai (Ling) joined AIP Foundation in January 2015 as Program Officer. Her educational background is social work and she holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from Thammasat University. She has almost 15 year experience of working in child protection and social development fields with different NGOs, such as The Center for the Protection of Children Rights, Foundation for Women, Friends International Organization and Population Service International. She hopes to contribute her skills to develop a better road safety education program for children in Thailand.

Operations and Program Assistant
Bangkok

Muslin Kunopasvorakul

Muslin Kunopasvorakul

Operations and Program Assistant
Bangkok

Muslin Kunopasvorakul joins the AIP Foundation Thailand team as Operations and Program Assistant. In 2005, Muslin completed her BA in Sociology and Anthropology with first class honors from Kasetsart University, Thailand. In 2010, she earned a MS in Urban Environment Management from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand. Muslin has gained most of her work experience in the private sector. She previously held a Site Acquisition Executive position at Central Restaurants Group (CRG) Co., Ltd. Muslin also worked as a Carbon Footprint/Environmental Consultant at TEAM Group of Companies, the largest Thai-based consultancy in all areas of engineering. Since being an undergraduate student, Muslin has always had an interest in NGO work and is excited to use her skills and experience at AIP Foundation.

Legal Development Program Consultant
Bangkok

Pennapa Pornsupikul

Pennapa Pornsupikul

Legal Development Program Consultant
Bangkok

Pennapa joined AIP Foundation at their Bangkok office in March, 2016. Pennapa holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Mahidol University and a master’s degree in environmental science from Burapha University. Prior to joining AIP Foundation, she worked on research in the fields of logistics and supply chain management and was the Manager at the Research Institute of Supply Chain at the College of Logistics and Supply Chain at Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. In addition, she worked and did research in the field of road safety in her role as coordinator at Road Safety Group Thailand, a part of the National Health Foundation. As part of this work, she helped publish an action plan for road safety on behalf of Thailand’s Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation. She hopes to contribute her considerable skills and experience in the area of road safety to further AIP Foundation’s mission in Thailand.

Program Consultant
Bangkok

Thiratee Chaijaree

Thiratee Chaijaree

Program Consultant
Bangkok

Thiratee (Neck) Chaijaree joined the AIP Foundation Thailand team as Program Consultant in April of 2016. Thiratee holds two bachelor’s degrees, one from Silpakorn University in French and the other from Ramkhamhaeng University in political science with a focus on international relations. She recently graduated with her master’s degree in Man and Environment Management from the Graduate School of Chiang Mai University in Thailand.

Prior to working with AIP Foundation, Thiratee was a volunteer and freelancer for the Thailand Community Based Tourism Institute (CBT-I) and the Thailand Community Based Tourism Network (CBT-N), where she held the position of Coordinator between the years 2008 and 2012. In this role, she worked to promote community-based tourism programs around Thailand; facilitated marketing partnerships between Thai tour operators and local communities; and lead community-based action research and development projects. In total, she has almost 10 years of experience working in the field of social development with various NGOs.

Thiratee hopes to contribute her skills and experience in the area of road safety to AIP Foundation’s mission in Thailand.

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Vietnam

National Program Manager
Hanoi

Kim Phuong Dinh

Kim Phuong Dinh

National Program Manager
Hanoi

Phuong has been a member of the AIP Foundation staff since 2000. She has served in different positions throughout her tenure, first as Executive Secretary to the President, then as Office Manager, and later as Program Coordinator and Project Manager. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in English degree from the Hanoi Foreign Language College and a degree in Business Administration Management from Hanoi Trading University. She recently completed her Master’s in Business Administration Management and returned to continue working at AIP Foundation in April 2009 as Office Manager cum Executive Secretary to the President.

Program Manager Pedestrian Safety
Ho Chi Minh City

Hong Bui

Hong Bui

Program Manager Pedestrian Safety
Ho Chi Minh City

Hong started to work for AIP Foundation in the Ho Chi Minh City office in April 2008 as Program Assistant, then Program Coordinator, and became Project Manager in January 2013. In this capacity, she runs the Safe Routes to School and Walk This Way programs and manages Media Relations in the South of Vietnam. She holds a Bachelor degree in Economics from Nha Trang University, and completed an Event Manager course at University of Economics in Ho Chi Minh City. Before joining AIP Foundation, she was an accountant for Thai Tuan Textile Company and International Trade Director assistant for Hoa Binh Real Estate Company.

Program Manager Helmet Safety
Ho Chi Minh City

Trang Truong

Trang Truong

Program Manager Helmet Safety
Ho Chi Minh City

Trang Truong started working for AIP Foundation as a Program Coordinator in 2010 and was promoted to Program Manager in January 2013. Trang currently manages AIP Foundation’s helmet safety programs across Vietnam, focusing on various fields including targeted education, communications for change, and helmet accessibility. Trang recently graduated from an Executive Master in Development Policies and Practices in Geneva, 2016. In 2003 she graduated with a Bachelor of Public Health from Ho Chi Minh Medicine and Pharmacy University. Prior to working at AIP Foundation, Trang gained experience with several INGOs including the Danish Red Cross, Care International in Vietnam, World Vision, and Save the Children. Trang has enormous passion and interest in community development which gained her a certificate of appreciation from AIP Foundation’s CEO for providing technical support to AIP Foundation’s Thailand team in 2014. She is well-versed in all stages of program management and focuses on delivering quality projects. Trang aims to excel her professional knowledge and skills through improving road safety in Vietnam.

Senior Program Coordinator
Hanoi

Nhai Tran

Nhai Tran

Senior Program Coordinator
Hanoi

Nhai started working with AIP Foundation in October 2010. Before joining AIP Foundation, she worked at the Pacific Link Australia School as an Executive Secretary and at the International Cooperation Department of Vietnam Sports Administration as Project Coordinator.

With her strong passion to improve road safety and interest in community development, Nhai coordinates and leads various AIP Foundation projects in Vietnam, such as Helmets For Kids, public awareness campaigns, traffic safety education in industrial zones, capacity building, and advocacy projects. A key program Nhai worked on is the National Child Helmet Action Plan in 2015 which has increased the child helmet wearing rate in Vietnam’s three major cities (Hanoi, Danang, and HCMC) from an average of 36% to 47%.  In addition, Nhai is also responsible for enhancing relationships with governments, stakeholders, project partners, and managing media relations for all projects in Vietnam.

Nhai graduated from Hanoi University in June 2009.

Program Assistant
Hanoi

Hoa Hoang

Hoa Hoang

Program Assistant
Hanoi

Hoa Hoang joined the AIP Foundation team in November 2016. She graduated from the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, holding a Bachelor of Arts in English for International Relations. In 2014, she pursued further studies in Birmingham, United Kingdom, where she obtained her Master degree in Future Media. Previously, she worked for the Thien Nhan & Friends project. As a member of AIP Foundation, she is ambitious to enhance the safety of Vietnamese children, especially those in rural and remote areas.

Program Coordinator
Hanoi

Thuy Anh Hoang

Thuy Anh Hoang

Program Coordinator
Hanoi

Thuy Anh brings over nine years of work experience with different organizations, including international NGOs. Previously, she has worked as the assistant to the Chief Representative of an export company, a project officer at AIFO, a senior retail consultant at 2REK Group Vietnam, and as an outpost coordinator with Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV).

In her most recent position, Thuy Anh was in charge of managing and coordinating all activities under ENV’s public outreach program, such as public exhibits, presentations and training sessions and overseeing the successful engagement and expansion of ENV’s volunteer network. Thuy Anh graduated from Hanoi University focusing on Italian-English Linguistics.

 

Program Coordinator
Ho Chi Minh City

Vy Pham

Vy Pham

Program Coordinator
Ho Chi Minh City

Vy graduated from Institute University of Social Sciences and Humanities in December 2014. She received a Bachelor’s Degree of International Relations, Major Politics and Diplomacy. Prior to AIP Foundation, she started her career in External Department of Lam Dong Province as an intern in International Cooperation Department and specialized in NGO activities. Vy found inspiration when working with children and loves building a safe environment for them through her assignment with AIP Foundation.

Policy and Research Advisor
Ho Chi Minh City

Gillian Eborn

Gillian Eborn

Policy and Research Advisor
Ho Chi Minh City

Gillian joined AIP Foundation in March 2017 as part of the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) program, an Australian Government initiative.

With more than 25 years of experience in marketing and communications, Gillian will support AIP Foundation’s Lifting Safety and Walk this Way program teams to develop training materials and public awareness campaigns.

Gillian has been working and volunteering in Vietnam for the past three years, using her marketing and communications skills to support nonprofit organizations in Hoi An, Danang and Hanoi to raise awareness and funds for their work with children with HIV, street children, and the victims of human trafficking.

Gillian has experienced first hand the impact of Vietnam’s improving economic status on the nation’s roads and road safety. She is passionate about using her skills and experience to help AIP Foundation make Vietnam’s roads safer for all road users.

Administrative Officer
Ho Chi Minh City

Xuan Le

Xuan Le

Administrative Officer
Ho Chi Minh City

Based in the Ho Chi Minh City office, Xuan joined AIP Foundation in September 2008. Prior to working at AIP Foundation, Xuan worked for Cholimex Import & Export Company in the Trading Department as Department Chief. She also worked at the Kim Seng Hardware & Oil Field Ltd. as Secretary for the Representative Office in Ho Chi Minh City.

IT & Office Administrator
Hanoi

Ha Phan

Ha Phan

IT & Office Administrator
Hanoi

Ha studied the Hotel and Tourism Management at Phuong Dong University in Hanoi from 1997 – 2001. Then she had a chance to study in a six-month English course in New Zealand where she greatly improved her English skills. She has also completed a short-term course of General Accountant at National Economy University. With three years of experience as a travel agent and a receptionist at a hotel, Ha joined AIP Foundation in June 2005 as a Administration Assistant.

Executive Assistant to President
Hanoi

Thanh Pham

Thanh Pham

Executive Assistant to President
Hanoi

Thanh Pham joined AIP Foundation in May 2017 as the Executive Assistant to President. Thanh worked at the Embassy of Finland in Hanoi as a Receptionist and Immigration Assistant from 2010 to 2013; and as a General Clerk for the Embassy of Malaysia in Hanoi from 2008 to 2010. She graduated with a Bachelor of Economics from the Foreign Trade University in Hanoi; and a Bachelor of Arts from the Vietnam National University in Hanoi. Thanh is completing her Master Degree Program from the University of Eastern in Finland.

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