New Faces in the CCF Offices

Cambodian Children’s Fund welcomed some new people to the team in the past few months. These new hires work in a range of departments, but all are committed to ensuring that CCF’s mission of lifting families out of poverty is fulfilled. Welcome aboard, everyone.

Chhoeung Sopheap joined CCF in June as the human resource manager. He studied human resource management in Maharishi Vedic University in the Prey Veng Province and comes here with nearly ten years of experience. He said he has a background similar to some of the children CCF serves, so he’s proud to devote himself to the cause.James Weyers first came to CCF in 2011 as a volunteer. He stayed in touch over the years and now he’s back as the sponsor relations manager. The bonds formed between sponsor and child are strong, and the sponsorship program has grown exponentially throughout the years thanks to strong word of mouth. James will be working to increase sponsorship opportunities within CCF.

“Since I’ve returned it has made me extremely proud to see the first CCF students begin University and, especially, to see older children teaching, providing childcare and becoming leaders in the community: that is what CCF is all about and I could not be happier to be a part of it,” James said.

Sao Soravy works with the older students as the manager of the CCF1 facility. Soravy has an MBA from the Royal University of Law and Economics in Phnom Penh and has extensive experience teaching English and working in business.

“My main aim is to ensure the good working system, accountability, straightforwardness to make all children in Cambodian Children’s Fund organization get a good occupation in the future and become the persons whom the society needs,” Soravy said.

Morm Sopheak is the head of finance at CCF. He has 20 years of experience, including six years of experience working for an NGO. He’s happy to join the team and works hard to fulfill CCF’s “objectives, goal, vision and mission.

Deoun Vuthea started work as the case manager in September. He works out of the CCF Community Centre, which is the hub of the community that houses our medical centre, food programs and other services. The needs – and problems –of the community are many, so CCF’s case workers help families on the ground level. Vuthea has 13 years of experience with various nonprofit organizations.

“My dream, I would like to see the community people have a better life,” he said.

Keo Sidanin ensures that CCF runs smoothly as internal auditor. Sidanin has a background in development and helps CCF by monitoring, assessing, and analyzing organizational risk and controls, reviewing and confirming information of internal policies and procedure. She said she hopes to see the poorest children receive the tools needed to have a good life in the future.

Read more about CCF’s key staff.

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