Ponpatchara Issaraviriyakul
60/33 Taling Chan, Bangkok, Thailand 10170 ~ 085-840-1150 ~ ponpatchara@gmail.com
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Ponpatchara resume

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  • 1. Ponpatchara Issaraviriyakul 60/33 Taling Chan, Bangkok, Thailand 10170 ~ 085-840-1150 ~ ponpatchara@gmail.com Education Wesleyan University, Connecticut, USA May 2012 Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics-Economics; Certificate in International Relations Cumulative GPA: 3.76 / 4.00; Dean’s list (Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Fall 2011) Freeman Asian Scholar • Highly competitive merit-based full scholarship at Wesleyan University awarded to 2 students from each of the 11 selected Asian countries rewarding exceptional academic and extracurricular performance Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China Summer 2009 Triam Udom Suksa School, Bangkok, Thailand March 2008 Cumulative GPA: 3.96 / 4.00 Employment Min Sen Machinery, Real Estate, Strategic Marketing Analyst July 2012 – Present • Work as a group in creating strategies for the company-owned land portfolio worth over 2.5 billion Baht aiming at liquidating non-performing assets and reinvesting in prime properties • Evaluate viability of potential real estate markets in Bangkok, Chonburi and Khonkaen • Review appraisals, prepare site analyses to determine legal limitations, conduct financial feasibility studies • Work with senior management in preparation of tractor dealership business proposal as a side project; resulted in company proceeding with the business expansion plan and the dealership is expected to generate over 170 million Baht in annual revenue Pronto Marketing, Business Development Summer Intern May 2011 – July 2011 • Participated in two-week intensive training in Production, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Email Marketing, and Customer Services departments • Worked with the product development team in researching and designing new service lines • Improved efficiency and reduced costs by 20% through outsourcing and workflow management initiatives ITS, Wesleyan University, Operations Manager for Events Division January 2010 – January 2011 • Supervised over 50 staff in 4 departments to ensure success in events from planning to post production • Implemented programs and training facilities to increase efficiency of the group resulting in higher customer satisfaction and over 30% decrease in operating expenses • Oversaw billing system and introduced process improvement that led to decreased errors Bangkok Bank, Thailand, Summer Intern Summer 2010 • Led a team of 30 interns in preparation and presentation of a comprehensive business plan to the Board of Executives • Participated in intensive business and finance workshops and case study groups Mathematics Department, Wesleyan University, Teaching Assistant Spring 2010 • Held review sessions, wrote problem set solutions and graded problem sets for Linear Algebra class • Provided personal tutoring to help students complete weekly assignments Leadership Experience Wesleyan International Relations Association, Founding Team Member May 2011 – May 2012 • Worked with a team of over 30 students and faculty members in organizing the first International Relations conference in the Middletown community • Led the logistics team using the divide and conquer strategy to accomplish the assignments PADThai: Thai Student Group, Co-Chair September 2011 – May 2012 • Led a group of 15 people in planning cultural events to promote an awareness of Thai culture on Wesleyan campus; secured over $1,200 worth of funding for The Education for Development Foundation in Thailand Office of Residential Life, Wesleyan University, Residential Advisor Fall 2010 • Acted as a liaison between students and Office of Residential Life to establish a safe and supportive environment in the residence hall • Collaborated with faculty members, student groups and staff on planning community development programs International Student Organization, International Food Fair Committee, Co-Chair Fall 2009 • Led team’s efforts to promote an awareness of Asian culture on campus • Planned the annual fundraising event; secured over $2,000 worth of funding for Brighter Dawns organization which helps increase access to clean water and sanitation in Bangladesh Student Activities and Leadership Department, Wesleyan University, Orientation Leader Fall 2009 • Organized and hosted programs to facilitate a smooth transition for new students to Wesleyan • Planned and implemented ice-breakers and team building programs for incoming students • Mentored and advised international students on acclimation to Wesleyan and America Proficiency and Interests Programming Languages: Java, C Languages: Thai (Native); English (Fluent); Mandarin (Intermediate) Interests: Traveling; Dancing; Playing Chinese musical instrument - Guzheng

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