Workability Asia

Welcome Our Board Members

Chairperson / Suporntum Mongkolsawadi / Thailand

Suporntum holds Master of Arts (Political Economy) Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Master of Social Welfare (Management of Social Welfare Project)

Huachiew Chalermprakiat University, Bangkok. Suporntum currently serves as Secretary General of the Redemptorist Foundation for People with Disabilities (RFPD), Pattaya Thailand in order to make the “Right Real” especially employment promotion.

Suporntum has been leading for setting up a successful Vocational Training School and Job Placement Agency with almost 30 years of experience.

He is a member of Thai National Board for Empowerment of People with Disabilities chaired by the Prime Minister and various national and international bodies.

Vice Chairperson / Dipesh Sutariya / India

Dipesh Sutariya is the Co-Founder and CEO of Enable India, a nonprofit organization that works for the economic independence and dignity of persons with disability across India, since 1999.
Dipesh Sutariya is transforming attitudes towards employment of the disabled and creating a new market in which the needs of the corporate sector are met by a growing group of disabled professionals who will dispel the myths and stereotypes about hiring persons with disability.
Dipesh holds a Master’s degree in computer science, from U.S.A. With the mix of corporate and development experience of over 24+ years he has brought the professional balance to the sector of disability.
He is a learner and a catalyst leader who can provide strategic direction to the development sector. He is also an Executive council and founding member of the DNA (Disability NGOs Alliance).

Director / Patrick Yeh / Taiwan

Mr. Patrick Ying-Ping YEH, President of Eden Social Welfare Foundation (Taiwan).

 Mr. Patrick Ying-Ping YEH from Eden Social Welfare Foundation in Taiwan has been volunteering as the member in the Board of Director for the past ten years.

As an Executive Director, he is mainly in charge of the gospel and welfare also international affairs, distributing resources from abroad to around 80 service centers of EDEN within Taiwan.

Besides being in charge of brother organization and overseas branch office affairs, he has connected outside resources to Kuala Lumpur and Penang in Malaysia, also our Vietnam Service Center in Ho Chi Minh City,

China Sichuan service centers – set up for the 512 earthquake victims – which have now been transferred from rehabilitation service centers to a social enterprise.  

Mr. YEH is glad to share the EDEN Taiwan local experience with international participants, as well as to bring back precious feedback all the times.