Pat is the Corporate Innovation, EdTech Accelerator, and Global Partnership Manager at Disrupt. Since her early days at Disrupt, she has been working closely with entrepreneurs and corporate innovators to analyze trends, identify new opportunities, and bring novel solutions to the market.
After spending a couple of years working as an Analyst in Germany and a Management Consultant in Southeast Asia, Pat decided to join Disrupt in 2018 to be a part of Thailand’s rising innovation ecosystem. Impact is what matters most for Pat. Working at Disrupt allows her to work closely with inspiring and passionate individuals on meaningful projects that drive change and deliver tangible results. On the corporate side, Pat has designed and implemented several Corporate Innovation programs for Top 50 companies in Thailand, which led to new S-curve innovation projects. On the startup side, Pat has supported 10+ entrepreneurs, from pre-seed to pre-A stage, under StormBreaker Venture’s portfolio, turning their ideas and dreams into reality.
Despite being an introvert, Pat enjoys connecting with people from all walks of life as she truly believes that everyone is unique and we can learn so much from one another. This coincidently aligns with her role as the Global Partnership Manager. Sometimes, one casual conversation could lead to a large collaboration project which impacts thousands of people. Pat’s role is to be the bridge between different parties and encourage collaboration among them.
Besides her role at Disrupt, Pat is also an Investment Director at ORZON Ventures and 500 TukTuks. Pat is also passionate about reskilling, coaching, and career development, so she spends some of her free time as a mentor for university students and first jobbers. On weekends, she tends to stay at home to spend time with her family (and her 5 Chihuahuas), read books, exercise, and practice mindfulness.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business (First-class Honors), Chulalongkorn University
Exchange Student, University of Southern California
VC Unlocked: Deal Camp, UC Berkeley