She is a professional Gender consultant with over 15 years in-country working experiences for UNDP, UNICEF, PSI, and CARE. As for the international experiences, she worked as Programme Manager for Mekong Institute in Thailand for 5 years. She hold a Master in Gender and Development (AIT) in Thailand (2003), Diploma in Management and Administration (1998), and Bachelor in economic from Institute of Economic, Myanmar (1991). She authored Border Trade and Identity Formation: Women in Myanmar (Burma) – China Border Trade (2007). She has been a regional researcher for “Empowerment and Security in Economic Projects for Low-Income Women in Four Mekong Countries: What is Essential is Invisible” (2015-present); “Vote for Women: Determinants of Voter’s Choice & Women’s Participation in Election in Myanmar (2015)”. She has been serving as a capacity development professional in the field of gender. As member of UN Gender Theme Group (2012-2016), she contributed as a core technical member to (a) drafting ‘the Protection and Prevention of Violence Against Women Law’; (b) conducting the ‘Gender Equality and Women’s Rights in Myanmar: A Situation Analysis’; (c) Government’s ‘4th & 5th Combined CEDAW Report’. With over 20 years working experiences in the development field both in the international and in-country, she has strong network and relationship with the government, NGOs, civil societies including women & youth organizations and networks. She is currently working as Director for Socio-Economic & Gender Resource Institute (SEGRI).