For my background, I received my bachelor’s degree in Digital Media from Assumption University. When I was doing my thesis, I was working as a country coordinator for an environmental NGO called ‘Earth Day Network’.
As a country coordinator, I worked with a lot of people who were really experienced in the realm of sustainability. With that said, it made me consider taking a master’s degree. At first, I didn’t know what I wanted to study, then I serendipitously discovered SGS and its Social Innovation and Sustainability Master program. After I saw the course outline, I knew that this is what I wanted to study.
To speak with honesty, the best learning experience for me would be the diversity of backgrounds from my classmates. None of us has a similar background which makes the learning experience really broad as everyone is approaching this course from a different point of view, and plus they are all really great people!