Student Affairs Staff
Sirikanyah Lane Dasom
Sirikanyah Lane Dasom also known as Veronica is from Thailand with a dual nationality of Thai/Irish. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Tourism Management and master’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications from Dhurakij Pundit University in Bangkok, Thailand.
Before joining the American University of Phnom Penh, Veronica was a lecturer in Thailand with experience in higher education, academic research, and student organization. She worked closely with students both inside and outside of the classroom environment, helped organizing events with various universities and planned fieldtrips in corporate social responsibility and educational on-site learning visits to various international organizations.
Veronica brings her commitment to providing students with transformational opportunities in student engagement, health and well-being and student advocacy towards reaching one’s highest potential.
Phyna Nuon is from Cambodia. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Education in English from Royal University of Phnom Penh in Cambodia and Master’s degree in English for Professional Development from Mae Fah Luang University in Chiangrai, Thailand.
Prior joining the American University of Phnom Penh, Phyna worked as a lecturer in higher education in Cambodia where she worked actively with the students and reinforced students’ self-development as well as professional growth.
Phyna’s vision for Career and Alumni relations is to provide systematic assistance to students to enhance their career pathways and build a strong alumni community.
HEM Peoulakhena or Lakhena is born and raised in Cambodia. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Panasastra University and a bachelor degree in TEFL from Norton University, Cambodia.
Prior to joining the American University of Phnom Penh, she has over ten years of working experience in higher institution and the education industry. She was working at a university in Cambodia responsible for Global Engagement and the Admission. She is also well equipped with knowledge of Student Visa Application while working as an education agent for various universities abroad.
Lakhena believes that academia and the social engagement amongst peers inside and outside of the classroom will be the catalyst for students’ personal and professional growth.
Seanghouy was born and raised in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She holds bachelor’s degrees in teaching English as a Foreign Language and International Business Management at Royal University of Phnom Penh.
Prior to joining the American University of Phnom Penh, Seanghouy was an English instructor and was responsible for study programs and administrative tasks at a higher education institute in Phnom Penh. Her previous working experiences allowed her to work closely with students and instructors as well as various departments to pinpoint learning barriers and tackle them, to enhance her skills in terms of communication and problem solving, and to oversee event and social media management.
Seanghouy is dedicated to identifying academic and non-academic challenges, initiating fun activities and informative workshops in order to help students balance their life-college-work responsibilities. With that kind of support, she believes that it does not only make their academic journey a lot more at ease, but it also enables them to unleash their full potential and make the best use of it. She adds that school should NOT be considered a stressful place to be, but rather a second home for every student where they can grow personally and academically, and AUPP is the best choice in terms of that.