Mr. Kheng Piseth
Piseth KHENG is currently the Program Manager of the KhmerOS project, a project started in 2004 aimed at reducing the digital divide in Cambodia by producing and distributing free computer software in Khmer language. As part of this work he is in charge of training, development of the training materials, necessary ICT curricula, textbooks for the Ministry of Education under the Open schools Program that is a joint project of the Ministry of Education Youth and Sport and the Open Institute started in 2007 which is working together to use ICT to improve quality of education. He graduates a Bachelor’s degree of Computer Science from the Royal University of Phnom Penh (2005, Cambodia) and Master degree in Development Management from the Norton University (2011, Cambodia).
Mr. Chy Sophat
Sophat was from
Banteay Mean Chey province. He had involved with several youth activities also social acidity since 2006 during studied at High School & University. Currently, he is a leader of Open Event and Administrator at AnajakIT also Web Author at (http://it4ug.net/). He used to worked as a librarian at Mean Chey University. He is one of the BarCamp Phnom Penh 2012organizer,and volunteer of BlogFest Asia 2012and Angkor Youth Camp 2012.
Mr. Eng Vannak
Vannak Eng is a webmaster of a local organization and a leader of Mozilla Khmer Community. He has made the most famous browser ever Firefox available in Khmer language. Besides technical works he also joins and organizes some social events like BarCamp Phnom Penh, Blogfest Asia 2012 and BarCamp Siemreap some social activities, builds an eco-libraryfor rural kids and writes short articles/storiesto promote gender equality.
Mr. Chhaly Samsokrith
In 2007, Chhaly Samsokrith a.k.a Denith, co-founded a blog name Asia’s Perfect 10 (http://aseanclan.blogspot.com), a project he initiated with his ASEAN friends whom he met at an international online forum (http://eastbound88.com/forum.php). Henceforth he has been attending many of the blogger events in Cambodia such as Clogger Submit and Barcamp Phnom Penh. He is instated as an organizer for the 3rd and 5th Barcamp Phnom Penh. As an owner of 2 blogs and 1 mini-blog, Denith’s aspiration takes him to participate and contribute to the BlogFest’s Asia 2012 event.
Mr. Tep Sovichet
Content & Media
Sovichet is a fresh graduate of RUPP – Computer Science major. He is now an admin at Khmer Wikipedia and also is a blogger sovichetlife since 2010. He’s involved in IT since he was in high school and has done a few public project like: publishing free-usage Khmer unicode fonts, blogging about computer at http://it4ug.net/. He has attended BarCamp since 2010 and was a BarCamp PP 2013 volunteer. He likes self-study and volunteer work to get more experience with people in the society. In the future, he wants to be a programmer and do more projects for public benefits.
Mr. Long Dimanche
Dimanche is Vice Executive Director and Head of Post Graduate Unit of Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear, Kampong Cham Branch. Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear (CSUK) is a government higher education institution administered
by the Ministry of Education of the Royal Government of Cambodia. CSUK was established as MVU (Maharishi Vedic University)
in 1993, changing its name in 2008.The main Campus is located in Kamchaymear District, Prey Veng province, 142 Km east of
Phnom Penh. Smaller campuses have been established in the towns of Kampong Cham and Prey Veng.
Thyda was from Kampong Cham Province. She is a Local BarCamp Kampongcham 2013 organizer. Currently, She is an Assistant at Youth Council of Cambodia (YCC) in Kampong Cham province . She works with youth base on development and democracy. She used to attend Barcamp Angkor and
Blog fest Asia 2012.
Local Organizer Opportunity
The BarCamp now goes to some of Cambodia province & town, so the BarCamp Cambodia team is seeking to get local organizer to run the event under the support from BarCamp Cambodia team. BarCamp Cambodia welcome any folks to be local BarCamp organizer and make it happen in your own town. If you have passion to run this community event, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call at +855 (93) 316 781.