The American Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia (AmCham) has announced its three new Board of Governors are Rina Ing, Matt van Roosmalen, and Devin Barta. The chamber had been looking to fill three (out of nine) board vacancies after Steven Path, Sophea Ros and Tean Ly resigned from their elected positions.
“We are delighted to have these outstanding individuals join the Board, which is responsible for the management, oversight and vision of all aspects of the organization. Rina, Matt, and Devin possess a wealth of experience that they will bring to AmCham, which is now celebrating its 25th anniversary,” a Facebook post stated.
“The Chamber is now the largest and most active that it has ever been, and our new Governors will help drive the organization forward,” the post added. More information on the three new board members can be found here.
Founded in 1996, the American Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia (AmCham Cambodia) supports, advocates and promotes forward-looking Public and Private Sector collaborations that contribute to the regional and global advancement of the Cambodian business environment, professional development, and technological innovation in the overall achievement of meaningful, diversified economic growth.