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Pathways to Success Series 2

Dear parents and guardians, following the successful Pathways to Success seminar last academic year where we featured four outstanding Thai Scholars sharing their perspectives and experiences on the importance of international education and their journeys to success, we are pleased to invite you for another seminar. 

Our seminar this time is entitled “Pathways to Success 2”. It features two outstanding speakers who will share their personal journeys to success in pursuing an international education and taking on challenges in their career paths.

Wipaporn Natalie Songtaweesin pursued her Medical Degrees at St George’s, University of London and obtained her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 2007. She went on to receive a Post-Graduate education in Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University in 2010 and Clinical Medical Sciences from Chulalongkorn University in 2016. She won numerous academic awards and published several academic papers and held various positions in overseas and local hospitals.

Chalothorn Vashirakovit received the Asean Scholarship to pursue his secondary education in Anglo Chinese School Independent and high school in Anglo Chinese Junior College. He distinguished himself in his academic attainments and obtained his Bachelor degree with cum laude, in Biomedical Engineering from the renowned University of Pennsylvania. He also pursued his Masters in Business Administration at the equally famous Harvard Business School in Boston USA. In his journey to success, he was awarded various scholarships and awards and has embarked on a variety of pathways to success. Currently, Chalothorn is the Director of Lone Star Funds Dealing with Origination, Execution and Asset Management in South-east Asia and Australia.