I was born in Indonesia but spent most of school years in Ruamrudee International School, Thailand. In late 2008 and at the age of sixteen, I was given the opportunity to attend college at the United States of America. In 2013, I graduated from California State University, Northridge with a Bachelor's degree in Child and Adolescence Development. Currently, I am enrolled in the Master of Education Specialization in Early Childhood program from Monash University, Australia, in order to enhance my knowledge, and simultaneously gain a new certification, in the field of child education. My passion in teaching stems from having been given the opportunity to teach Sunday School children at my church when I was twelve.
When I returned to Thailand after attaining my Bachelor's degree, I landed my first job as a teacher for children with autism and behaviour disabilities. Although challenging, I have always found working with children who have special needs to be a blissful and rewarding experience. It is this experience, and the knowledge that St. Andrews International School Bangkok implements inclusive education, which educates all children with different abilities, that has motivated me to work here.