Sunisa Ratchaphan is an experienced research moderator. She co-authored research papers and academic articles in several disciplines of social sciences in the field of social change with particular focuses on criminal justice systems, social justice, informal labor, and the population at risks such as sex worker and migrant worker.
Sunisa has published in academic journals as well as contributed to primary research projects for various organizations. Sunisa is a corresponding author of “The Prostitution Business of Greater Mekong Subregion Women in Bangkok and the Adjacent Areas”.
Sunisa holds a master’s degree in Social Sciences and Humanities, with a major in Criminology and Criminal Justice, from Mahidol University. She has worked with non-governmental organizations (NGOs), government agencies as well as inter-non governmental organizations (INGO). Sunisa has extensive experience in program management roles that include project execution, campaign research for social change advocates, and research activities from publications, policy, and strategic implementation, coordination, assessment, and planning for protecting the rights of vulnerable populations in the humanitarian sector.
Sunisa has been involved in assisting vulnerable populations and marginalized laborers to access social services and protection as well as delivering needs-based humanitarian assistance to those in need.
As a part of Just Economy And Labor Institute, Sunisa is a Programme Manager in project management. As part of this role, Sunisa is in charge of overseeing the strategy of all interrelated projects, structuring strategic initiatives in form of a set of projects which aimed to strengthen collective power for the workers in the informal sector and gig economy, planning, coordinating and monitoring consultant’s performance as well as subcontractors for primary data collection and carrying out progress report preparation and presentation.