Ms The Nu
Ms Chloe Taylor
Chloe joined the chamber in April 2015 as Project Director of the Overseas Business Network Initiative (OBNi), a global initiative working with UK Department for International Trade to support, strengthen and promote British business in Myanmar. Chloe leads a small team within the Chamber to deliver (OBNi) Business services, where the Chamber recently launched a range of business support services to assist UK companies with accessing opportunities and establishing links within Myanmar.
She has successfully delivered a number of market visit programmes and bespoke events for British companies, and has supported a number of companies in a broad range of sectors by providing advice and insights into the Myanmar Market.
Chloe previously implemented the OBNi project for the British Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines. Prior to this, she was involved in Policy and Public Affairs for the London Chamber of Commerce and work for other membership organisations in finance, health, construction and property. Chloe holds a Masters degree from Kings College London, UK.
Ms Lauren Greenlee
Ms Su Phyu Hnin
Ms. Su Phyu Hnin (Ju Ju) - Executive Assistant
Ju Ju is Executive Assistant at the Chamber, with responsibiltiy for membership management, member services, office management as well as supporting chamber events. Ju Ju joined in August 2014, shortly after the Chamber launched. Prior to this she worked at Colliers International as Residential & Hospitality Assistant for 7 months. Ju Ju is a graduate of the National Management College in Yangon (Specialized with Bachelor of Business Management in 2012) and she also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.
Ms Khin Wai Yan Soe
Wai Yan joined the Chamber as Trade and Investment Officer in February 2016 and currently working as a Trade and Business Services Manager. Her responsibilities involve working on the Overseas Business Network Initiative (OBNi), a global initiative working with UK Department for International Trade to support, strengthen and promote British business in Myanmar, as well as supporting the Chamber's membership services and events.
Wai Yan has previously worked for Deloitte Consulting, Procter & Gamble, Myanmar Combiz Group, Far East Organisation (Singapore) and MMRD. She has over eight years of work experience in infrastructure development projects within a range of sectors including telecommunications, agriculture, real estate and property development and consumer business sectors, both in Myanmar and Singapore.
Wai Yan holds BA (French) from Yangon University of Foreign Languages, Diploma in Business Management and Administration from the Institute of Commercial Management (UK), Diploma in Management Accounting and computerised accounting from London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UK), Diploma in English from South East Asia Ministry of Education Organisation and a Diplome d'Etudes d'international de la Langue Francaise from French Embassy.
Wai Yan is currently doing her MBA at Stamford Initernational University and a Diploma in Leadership Studies at the Institute of Commercial Management (UK).
Ms Zin Zin Khaing
Zin joined the chamber as Trade and Investment Assistant of the Overseas Business Network Initiative (OBNi), a global initiative working with UK Department for International Trade to support, strengthen and promote British business in Myanmar. She will be assisting the OBNi’s team and supporting the Chamber’s membership services and events.
Zin has worked as a quantitative research intern at TNS Myanmar and has finished a seven-month work placement as a research assistant at Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Yangon.
Zin holds a BA (Hons) Top-Up programme in Business Administration Management and a Masters by Research in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Huddersfield, UK.