PROF. CHHOEURN VUTHY(MD)
Dr Chhoeurn is a renowned paediatric orthopaedic surgeon based in Cambodia. He completed his medical basic sciences, general surgery and traumatology qualifications at the University of Health Sciences in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He then completed his traumatology-orthopaedic qualification at Gasthuisberg Hospital and Katholic University Hospital in Leuven, Belgium.
He is Head of the Department of Paediatric Surgery and the Trauma-Orthopaedic Unit at National Paediatric Hospital, Phnom Penh, is the current President of the Cambodian Society of Traumatology and Orthopaedics and is the Professor of Surgery at the University of Health Sciences.
Chanchamnap SOK is a psychologist by background and achieved his postgraduate dual degree in Public Health and International Public Health from University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia in 2016. He has more than 10-years experience working in the development sector. He has won several awards since 2014 including, Australia Scholarship Award in 2014 by Australia Government for his master’s degree, International Visitor Leadership Program by the State Department of United States of America in 2018, Smart Spark Award for his innovation of Inclusion+ in 2019.
Finance and Admin Manager
Rotha has a Bachelors Degree in Law from the Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh. She has also studied English and Advanced Business English programs and been a Khmer language tutor for expats.
Rotha was previously the Program Coordinator for the CURE Clubfoot Program in Cambodia.
Director and Program Manager
Colleen is a finance professional (BBus FCPA) with over 30 years’ experience and expertise in public and private sector organisations as Chief Finance Officer, Finance Director, Financial Controller, Financial Analyst and Accountant.
In 2010 she established the Connecting with Cambodia project to raise funds for an annual surgical outreach program in Cambodia undertaken by local surgeons and health teams. This program provided surgical treatment for children in need from poor provincial areas who would not otherwise receive treatment.
This project grew to be NextSteps, a Cambodian registered NGO providing a wider range of services including clubfoot treatment and building local capacity for ongoing service delivery.
Non Executive Director
John has qualifications in accounting and law and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has over 30 years’ experience including directorships on 12 different entity boards and associated committees, over 15 years in executive management, including international experience in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. He has spent the last decade in his own consulting business, specialising in governance, financial management, business improvement, mergers and asset transfers.