She has over 5 years experiences working with local communities, researchers and international conversation organizations on biodiversity survey, forest mapping, livelihood improvement, tree nursery, ecotourism community development and agro-forestry.
Her experiences working in community development enable her to be a thoughtful leader to inspire many volunteers to support community base ecotourism in enhancing their hospitality service. She used to be a Research Assistant at Royal University of Phnom Penh, Field Assistant of Harvest Project and GIS Officer at Wildlife Conservation Society. She also won the HONDA Young Scientist and Engineer in 2015.
In 2019, she was nominated as a Mekong Conservation Hero in order to share her inspirational story and engage youth in Mekong Conservation.
Aing Sereyrath is currently working as project coordinator for the Young Eco Ambassadors, focusing on educating and disseminating information about the environment and biodiversity. In particular, she’s working with youth to spread the message of how wonderful the Mekong River is. As a coordinator, she’s in charge of organizing trainings and public events to promote the Mekong and organize trips along the Mekong River.
To improve her knowledge, she also try to learn more about the Mekong River, natural resources in various areas, and the connection between local communities and those resources.
According to kh.linkedin.com and mekongfishnetwork.org