I provide program design services drawing on a strong background in leading change in a number of areas including community development, water and tourism sectors, gender equity, women’s and youth empowerment. My most recent engagement was in developing the India Young Water Professionals Program for the National Hydrology Project, the Ministry of Jal Shakti, India.
As a certified Social and Emotional Intelligence coach and facilitator, I provide a wide range of facilitation services, including my most recent engagement with RMIT Activism @ the Margins Post Conference Meeting: Reflect and Elevate with Cultural Leaders, RMIT University, Australia
Community of Practice
I co-founded Liberating Structures (LS) Lab Melbourne to expand LS facilitation techniques via a regular Meet Up.
Founded the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Open Space, and with my associates bring together young people and practitioners from all backgrounds who want to use their skills and experience to make a difference in achieving the SDGs.
Clients I've worked with
I'm the regional coordinator for a large and highly diverse research-for-development programme, which Vanh has contributed towards through her work first as an MC at our 2016 Greater Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy in 2016 in Bangkok; and then as a fully fledged facilitator at our 2017 event in Yangon. Vanh is a hugely competent, hard working and conscientious person, and an excellent facilitator. She brings humour and imagination to bear, and isn't in the least bit intimidated by hundreds of voices, each seeking to dominate the rest. Vanh manages and coordinates these great complexities with flair and humour, and it would be a great pleasure for us to work with her again. I have no hesitation recommending her to similar roles.
- Kim Geheb, WLE Greater Mekong Regional Coordinator