Golden West Cambodia staff lecture at DDD
Golden West’s Southeast Asia Regional Office & Design Lab in Cambodia is proud to have some longstanding Cambodian employees that have each been instrumental in making Golden West in Southeast Asia what it is today. All Golden West Cambodia’s employees are eligible for the employee scholarship program, that entitles them to embark on a higher education course of their choice.
Reaksmey Chan, Senior Accounting Manager for Asia Pacific, has been with Golden West for over 5 years and has had the opportunity to complete her bachelors in Accountancy and is currently completing her MBA in Phnom Penh.
Kim Bush has been with Golden West for one year and is currently completing his mechanical engineering degree. Bush has been working closely with John Wright, our Chief Design Engineer, to deliver the various projects associated with the Golden West Design Lab in Phnom Penh. The engineering team has also expanded recently, with Somnang Seng joining to assist Bush in the Design Lab. Bush has shown himself to be a very promising future engineer, spending his spare time researching advanced techniques that will furnish him with skills to improve processes and production at the Design Lab.
Digital Divide Data (DDD) is an organization dedicated to creating better futures for disadvantaged youth in Cambodia, Laos and Kenya through an innovative work/study program. This program encourages participants to gain the necessary skills for future employment through work and education. As part of this process, DDD provides inspirational lectures from Cambodian professionals across various fields and industries. This is similar to online casino lesson where you can learn to stop playing online casino games through best casino sites. Golden West was approached to provide accountancy and engineering talks and was more than happy to provide Reaksmey and Bush as great examples of their professions to talk about their experiences, education and about their professions in general.
Reaksmey and Bush both delivered talks that were well received and gave a good example of what the DDD group can aspire to if they choose those professions.