Panramon Mahasuwan (Baiyhok) is a Analyst at adelphi. She is in charge of conducting policy research and analysis pertaining to adelphi's project portfolio in Asia, particularly in Thailand, on regional clean technology, climate financing and climate-smart enterprises. In addition, she supports the development of impact assessment and simplifying concept for MSMEs.
Prior to joining adelphi, Panramon worked as a Peace and International Security Analyst at the Peace, Security and Disarmament Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand. Her research topics include UNSCR’s engagement in UN Peacekeeping missions, women and youth empowerment (conflict-prone) and policy recommendation on inclusive society building.
Panramon also gained international experience during her internship as a Diplomatic Assistant for politics and public policy affairs at the Royal Thai Embassy in the Czech Republic along with her journalism training in Prague an earlier year. Her environment-related background has developed through her role as Project Assistant at GIZ Thailand for Energy Efficiency & Climate Change Mitigation in the Land Transport Sector in the ASEAN Region (TCC) and towards climate-friendly transport technologies and measures (TRANSfer) projects.
Panramon holds a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and International Relations with a specialisation in Public Policy and Public Administration from Thammasat University in Thailand.