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Kim leads Oxfam GB's Enterprise Development work across 11 countries in Asia. Her role is to provide technical support to early-stage agricultural enterprises that promote economic opportunities for women.
Prior to joining Oxfam, she spent 7 years in the private sector working across various industries including Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCGs), Banking, and Food Processing. This included 4 years in Mitr Phol Sugar Corporation working in the business development unit with a focus on sugar business expansion across Asia.
Kim holds an MSc in Financial Analysis and Fund Management from the University of Exeter and a BA in Economics from Thammasat University.
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