Ms. Sakulpitakphon is a private sector engagement specialist in RTI’s International Development Group. She specializes in stakeholder engagement, private sector partnerships, shared value partnerships, business, corporate sustainability, and human rights with a focus on corporate human rights due diligence, countering human trafficking, and child protection. She is a facilitator and trainer with experience in brokering and development, stakeholder engagement skills, project design, policy analysis, and project implementation.
As the Private Sector Engagement Lead for the Sustainable Fish Asia (SUFIA) Local Capacity Development Activity. She conducts private sector landscape assessments to understand the current situation of public-private sector partnerships in Southeast Asia and the Pacific region and works to identify private sector engagement opportunities to improve sustainable fishing practices for two regional institutions: the Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security, and the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
Ms. Sakulpitakphon joined RTI in 2020. Her most recent professional certification is in Sustainable Development in Humanitarian Action, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Her notable publications include Sakulpitakphon, Patchareeboon & Casey, Anna (2019). Five Learnings on Engaging the Private Sector to Combat Trafficking in Persons. Learning Action Brief, Winrock International and Altamura, Alessia & Sakulpitakphon, Patchareeboon (2012). Creating Change Through Partnership. ECPAT International and The Body Shop International PLC.