May Jungpakdee

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May Jungpakdee supports QUT Creative Enterprise Australia’s (CEA) programs team with administration, coordination, planning and execution of a range of CEA programs.[\lead]

Having worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers Singapore, the Australian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan and Clifford Chance Bangkok, Thailand May brings her depth of international experience to the team. As an Australian born Thai, she is fluent in both English and Thai and has honed her Thai language skills with her work at the Royal Thai Embassy, Canberra and Royal Thai Consulate, Brisbane. She is an active member in the Australian-Thai community and was voted by the community to be the youngest Vice-President of the Thai-Australian Association of Queensland in 2018.

Additionally, as an admitted lawyer in Australia, she has worked in the areas of tax, commercial and civil litigation law. With her particular interest in business, law and multi-lingual capabilities she has developed seminars with key Thai government ministries and delivered bi-lingual multimedia tax pieces at Grant Thornton Australia to a range of clients and key stakeholders. May now works with QUT CEA to further strengthen the company’s relationships in Thailand and international activities throughout South East Asia.