Supapim Wannopas (Pim) is a Project Manager at adelphi. She is responsible for the coordination and management of adelphi projects in Thailand. In her capacity as SEED Thailand National Coordinator, her work focuses on eco-inclusive enterprise development.
Pim supports the SEED national and global team in various domains including event management, the implementation of advisory services, and reporting. As SEED National Coordinator, she facilitates the implementation of the programme components in Thailand pertaining to eco-inclusive enterprises, SEED partners and service providers.
Before joining adelphi, she worked at SWITCH-Asia SCP Facility as a Project Coordinator. In this role, she assisted national governments to shape up country ‘demand’ priorities for the offered facility support. Prior to this, she resided in Kuwait working as a Programme Coordinator (Government Affairs) at the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD), an Asian-wide international forum for cooperative frameworks. Her work at ACD focused on the interrelation of food, energy and water security. She further promoted approaches to inclusive and sustainable development. Pim also gained experiences in international diplomacy during her time as a Project Assistant at UN Environment and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). She was primarily responsible for delivering trainings, organising conferences, as well as providing administrative and financial support including tendering, and financial reporting.
Pim holds a Master’s degree in International Business from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Prior to that, she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand. She undertook a major in international relations and a minor in public administration.