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A native of Cambodia, Mana grows up witnessing transformative changes in her country which foster her passion for social justice, gender-inclusive development, and human rights. For over six years she has worked closely with youth and marginalized populations through volunteerism and leadership roles in education and community outreach projects with U.S Alumni association, youth/student associations and non-profit organizations.
Prior to joining the CHH, she served as a NUNV Coordination Officer for an Asia Pacific regional joint prevention program called Partners for Prevention (P4P) at the United Nations Population Fund Cambodia for one year; and a NUNV LGBT Human Rights Officer for ‘Being LGBT in Asia’ based at the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Cambodia for another year prior to pursuing her graduate degree. Mana is a graduate of the University of San Francisco with an MA in International Studies. She also holds two BA degrees, in Education from the Institute of Foreign Languages (RUPP), and in International Relations from the University of Cambodia.