BlogFest Volunteers

Supporters

Vannak Lach
(http://mai-sight.blogspot.com) co-founds a social enterprise called “Small World” which works to promote social start-up businesses to help young people who are passionate about social enterprises, and to organize social events like “Khmer Talks” and “Let’s do it, Phnom Penh.” Vannak has a strong passion for development work, and has been working in NGOs since he was at university. After graduation in Media & Communication, Vannak worked as a communication officer in an NGO based in Siem Reap. Until now, Vannak has joined Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) organization as a Sithi Project Coordinator since August 2012.

In 2007, Chhaly Samsokrith a.k.a Denith, co-founded a blog name Asia’s Perfect 10 (http://aseanclan.blogspot.com), a project he initiated with his ASEAN friends whom he met at an international online forum (http://eastbound88.com/forum.php). Henceforth he has been attending many of the blogger events in Cambodia such as Clogger Submit and Barcamp Phnom Penh. He is instated as an organizer for the 3rd and 5th Barcamp Phnom Penh. As an owner of 2 blogs and 1 mini-blog, Denith’s aspiration takes him to participate and contribute to the BlogFest’s Asia 2012 event.

Vannak Aphimongkul Eng is a webmaster of a local organization and a leader of Mozilla Khmer Community. He has made the most famous browser ever Firefox available in Khmer language. Besides technical works he also joins some social activities, builds eco-library for rural kids and writes short articles/stories to promote gender equality.

 

Uoeung Bonsovathary is a graduate student and an assistant dean at the Faculty of Education at Pannasastra University. She’s currently working as freelance translator. She is most recognized for her self-published comic series at camtoonista.blogspot.com. Sovathary has been blogging since 2009 at http://duckorino.blogspot.com.

 

Yorn Sereyboth is a self-employed internet marketer, blogger and SEO professional based in Phnom Penh. He owns many websites & blogs to serve thousands of visitors every day and maintenance his main blog Dodaweb.com where he shares tips, tricks and guides to using WordPress blogging tool.

He can also be found on Facebook & Twitter.

Seng Sopheak (http://khmerservice.net) is a web administrator who works to promote the use of linux in Cambodia. He is also an administrator of ustalkshare group on facebook. He has helped to organize an event called “Open Event”. He is a software Developer of IIS COMPANY CO,. LTD on Project “IIS SYSTEM” manage all company process with labor transaction to other country. He has attended many IT event in cambodia like Barcamp , DevCamp , Open Talk IT , IT Shared , Wikipedia Khmer .etc.

Sok Bunthoeun is a student year IV at Norton University major Business Accounting and a Red Cross member. In 2010 he was a volunteer for International Conference Asian Political Party ( ICAPP ). Now he work as an accountant in private company.

 

 

Chea Kampoul is studying Bachelor Degree of Accounting and Finance at Build Bright University. Currently, is working as Administrative Assistant at Cambodia Diabetes Association and Khmer Talks Siem Reap Organizer.

 

 

Phat Pitou is freelance web developer and a member of Choeun group assist with some operational activities to build eco-library for young kids in the rural selected areas. Also as Head of Software Developement team & Oracle Administrator at Chuan Wei (Cambodia) Co. Ltd. since 2009. Attended with many social network activities and IT community in Cambodia.
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Handoko Suwono comes from Indonesia. He is aware of constant changes and rapid developments of the net world. He is friendly and “funny” that he played guitar with some friends during meetups. Using
Alternative Blogging Media is the theme of his talk in BlogfestAsia
2012.

 

Heng Muoy Kea has a part time job at mini mart. She holds a certificate of bachelor degree of Management Information System at SETEC Institute. Muoy Kea has satisfactorily completed level 12 of the ACE General English Program.
In 2011, she was an I.T Intern of Human Right Network Project at Cambodia Center for Human Right. She likes to attend any social events.

Chea Kalyan is currently a second year student of Designing at SETEC Institute. She is majoring in interior design. She can speak Chinese and English fluently.
Besides studying, she would like to spend her spare time as a volunteer in social events. In 2012, she had experienced as a guide volunteer at BarCamp Phnom Penh event. She had attended many events such as Cambodia Canon Photo Marathon, BarCamp Phnom Penh, BlogFest Asia 2012 and etc.

Rethiya Khan is working as a Program Officer for World Vision Cambodia. He is a founder and a team leader of Choeun social group who mobilizes resources from various donors to support rural poor children. He is married with one lovely daughter, Ratanak Morokot Khan, who is now eleven months old.

 

Kimna Leav works for World Vision Cambodia for more than five years and within these recent years her responsibilities involve mostly on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E). Besides working in this organization, Kimna is also an active social volunteer participating as one of the members of Choeun group who work together in supporting poor and vulnerable children, especially those at the country side.

 

Ao Hangchhay graduated Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology at Build Bright University. He is one of Khmertalks organizers in Siem Reap. He likes social events and always wants to join the event that related to sharing idea and knowledge. He also has an entertainment website called www.khnew.com.”

 

Andrew J Wight is a science journalist based in Melbourne. Having backpacked in Southeast for a few months, Andrew wanted to do something worthwhile. He was an MC together with Heng Sokchanaroth at BlogFestAsia 2012.

 

Heng Sokchanaroath worked as a radio host for a youth program show before. She is a senior at the Department of Media & Communication, majoring in media management. She has a passion in volunteering for good causes.