Who We Are
We are a group of dedicated professionals, speech therapy volunteers and staff, who believe that everyone deserves the right to communicate.
Speech therapy is led by Cambodians and available to all who need it in Cambodia.
To establish speech therapy university courses and jobs for Cambodians, raise awareness, and influence government policy.
100 speech therapists employed by government by 2030, after which OIC will exit Cambodia and government will take over.
We put the interests of Cambodian communities above others’.
We share information and support partners.
We are transparent and ethical.
We embrace growth, and continuous learning and improvement.
We work to the highest standard.
We respect cultures and religions.
We believe in honesty and open communication.
Chenda oversees the day to day management of OIC Cambodia. She works on both the programmatic side, as well as the administrative side coordinating to ensure all of the team is working together.
Ruth manages the training projects and works on ensuring OIC Cambodia communicates effectively with valuable partners and provides understanding of having lived in multiple cultures to ensure we communicate effectively as a team.
finance, Admin & HR manager
Veasna leads the finance, administrative and HR team of OIC Cambodia to coordinate the execution of all related tasks, which support the strategic objectives and activities of OIC, as well as participating in decision making within the Management Team.
Board of Directors
HRH Vic Sisowath
Vic has been with ANZ Royal for 8 years as the head of affluent banking and chair of the community committee. He helps connect OIC with an extensive network and provide financial guidance.
Koulika is a member of Education Research Council of the Cambodia’s MoEYS. She holds a PhD degree in education policy and analysis from Flinders University in Australia. She is passionate in promoting equal access to education, ensuring the quality of education and equity within education in Cambodia.
Vanseka was a Fulbright master’s student in international business and economic law at Georgetown University. She was previously an intern at the International Monetary Fund in the US.
Heather is the principal of The Giving Tree School in Cambodia. Originally from the US, she holds a degree in education and history.
Sotheavy is the marketing head of Amret Microfinance Institution in Cambodia. She has several years of work experience in marketing and communications.
Subhadeep is the founder and director of Profitence, a business consulting firm in Cambodia.
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By donating today, you are taking action to help grow speech therapy in Cambodia and bring therapy to children in need and their families.