Research Topic: Internationalisation of Professional Associations and Global Relevancy of their Certification
Research Interests: Globalisation in the 21st century has pushed all types of organisation to find new pathways of internationalisation for their growth strategy. The study aims to explore internationalisation of professional associations to understand how they keep their roles and products (certifications/credentials and trainings) relevant in their international labour markets.
Priscilla holds MA with Distinction in Labour Economics and Human Resources Management from Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), and MSc. in Management from University of York. After she completed her second master’s degree, she had held several HR roles with many Fortune 100 multinational corporates, where she led core HR processes, implemented HR strategies and policies, and managed critical HR changes and transformations in matrix organizational structures. Her last full-time position before permanently relocating to the US was APAC Regional HR manager at a worldly well-known American FMCG firm.
While in the US, she was an HR consultant, a content contributor for Thailand's HR societies, and an instructional designer with specialization in HRM, Corporate Culture and HR Transformation.
Priscilla has been selected to receive the school scholarship, and has joined the school’s PhD path since 2021. She has an interest in professional associations and their impacts on “work organization”, “welfare state” and “international economics”.
School for Business and Society
University of York