Kriangsak Teera-Hong, Ph.D.
Kriangsak (previously Teerakowitkajorn) Teera-Hong is Managing Director and Senior Campaign Researcher.
Previously trained as an economist, Kriangsak's work focuses on capital and labor relations and social justice. He holds a doctorate in Labor Geography at Syracuse University, New York, and Masters degrees in Development and in Economics from France and the UK.
Kriangsak formerly worked as a Program Manager at People’s Empowerment Foundation and Project Manager at Disabled People’s International- Asia Pacific. He worked closely with grassroots organizations to support people’s participation in ASEAN and advocate for reproductive rights for women with disabilities, respectively. As a former lecturer at the College of Interdisciplinary Studies, Thammasat University, he worked with several labor groups across Thailand to highlight the political economy of labor issues.
Trained by the US-based Training for Change and Cornell ILR/AFL-CIO on facilitation and strategic corporate research respectively, Kriangsak combines skills in facilitation, consensus building, and campaign-based research to design capacity-building trainings and strategic research relevant to labor movements.