Her experience in the medical technology industry spans more than 15 years, and it includes molecular diagnosis of the Human Papillomavirus, laboratory management, and biosafety, as well as HIV diagnosis and monitoring testing, mother-to-child transmission of HIV, and sexually transmitted illnesses.
She has been a co-author of the Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health of Thailand's Thailand National Guidelines on HIV/AIDS Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention since 2014. She thinks that social enterprise, particularly in low-resource areas, may enhance the current public health system and broaden access to basic care. She presently manages community-based social enterprise development projects and actively collaborates with partners and communities to bring primary healthcare to hard-to-reach places.
She has doctoral degrees in biomedical sciences from Chiang Mai University in Thailand and Sciences de la Vie et de la Santé from the Université de Tours in France.