Sattiya Langkhapin is an experienced curriculum designer and educator with a passion for promoting equitable access to quality education and continuous learning opportunities. At EDC, programs under her leadership combine face-to-face and online learning with project-based virtual internship and collaborative innovation challenges to create truly meaningful experiences for learners and educators.

As EDC’s Chief of Party of the Community Empowerment for Racial and Environmental Justice in the Asia-Pacific Region and Virtual First Jobs projects and the senior technical advisor of Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Mekong Program, Sattiya is dedicated to empowering marginalized populations with the knowledge and skills needed for personal and career growth in today’s rapidly changing world.

Sattiya’s expertise is grounded in her experience in leading public-private partnerships that focused on transforming education, promoting digital literacy, and advancing STEM learning. Before joining EDC in 2016, Sattiya held director positions at Intel Thailand and the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology under the Thailand Ministry of Education.

Sattiya earned both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Biochemistry from Cambridge University.