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Adithya (or Addy as he is popularly known) is an avid humanitarian and a motivated development professional currently working in Thailand. Addy has graduated from the prestigious CEMS Master's in International Management program which has been consistently ranked in the Top 10 programs for pre-experienced graduates globally by the Financial Times and has studied in India, Czech Republic and Denmark besides attending conferences/workshops/seminars in China, Singapore, Myanmar, Indonesia, Austria, Hungary, Norway and Czech Republic.
His work experience is attributed towards Programme/Project Management and Stakeholder Management which has been gathered by working with organisations ranging from start-ups to big international organisations from 5 different countries. In recognition of this cross-cultural experience, he was also awarded the "Global Talent Award 2016" by a jury of top international companies, such as PwC and Tesla, from Norway for displaying creative thinking and effective management across cultures.
As an avid networker, Addy is interested in meeting different people as he believes everyone has a unique story to tell!