We have been incredibly proud to see CEO & Founder Monirath Siv and his vision for Teach For Cambodia featured and shared last month! We hope this news continues to highlight the importance of putting dedicated and talented leaders and role models in front of our nation’s children.
Khmer Times – Brave to reimagine education
“The most at-risk kid needs an adult in their life who cares about them.” This is why we set up a Fellowship program to actively recruit and select high-potential young leaders to engage in this challenging work. Together, we believe it’s possible to reimagine education for Cambodian children.
Forbes – 30 Under 30 Asia 2019: Social Entrepreneurs
Moni was selected as an honoree of the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list this year! The list is chosen from over 2,000 entries and is based on careful research by a team of reporters and vetted by an A-list of judges. The list features 300 young disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs across Asia all under the age of 30, who are challenging conventional wisdom and rewriting the rules for the next generation.
We are also very humbled to see Moni’s work recognized alongside others’ in Cambodia and in the Teach For All network of alumni.
When in Phnom Penh – Who Are the Cambodians in Forbes 30 Under 30 List 2017, 2018 & 2019?
In the last three years, six Cambodians have been featured on this prominent list. These folks are making waves! Honorees include Prosithyrith Yim of Demine Robotics, Catherine Harry of A dose of Cath, Daroath Phav of WaterSHED, Sok Sopheakmonkol of Codingate, and Kounila Keo of Redhill Cambodia.
Teach For All: Forbes 30 Under 30 International Lists Recognize Network Alumni
Six total Teach For All network alumni were celebrated in this year’s Forbes list for their work to improve education and expand educational opportunity for children and families in under-resourced communities. They hail from India, Thailand and the United States.
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