Board of Directors
Hong Choing currently serves as the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances at Oracle Corporation. He is a seasoned business and technology executive with 25+ years of experience working with multinational companies worldwide. Before joining Oracle, Mr. Choing spent 4 years at Alibaba Cloud as the Head of ISV Partnership & Strategic Alliances building global partnerships with companies such as Salesforce, VMware, IBM, MongoDB. Before that, he spent 13 years at Microsoft Corporation in strategy and business development leadership roles driving technology adoptions and thought leadership spanning on-premises products such as Windows, Xbox, Office Suite, Windows Phone to the public cloud with Microsoft Azure. Prior to Microsoft, Mr. Choing held a leadership role at Merck Pharmaceutical, ProCaveo, Inc., and was the Principal and Founder of LeviTron Consulting, a professional IT services company. He loves tech and its positive impact on society. He is a co-owner of ten patents in the areas of Health Information Technology.
A native of Cambodia, Mr. Choing is a survivor of the Khmer Rouge regime (1975-1979) and considers himself the lucky few who was given an opportunity to start new in the United States. Education unlocks unlimited potential in life. Caring for Cambodia's mission is near and dear to Mr. Choing because he is an example of one of those children that CFC is currently helping. He and his wife Tinara are passionate about doing their small part to give back to the world.
Mr. Choing is a former board member of Pearl S Buck International, International Spring Festival (ISF). He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Drexel University and is a proud alumnus of Central High School in Philadelphia, PA.
Andy Fenselau is a passionate non-profit leader and technology executive. He is currently the Global Head of Strategic Alliances at Oracle and previously led Oracle Cloud’s AI/ML, healthcare, and global solutions missions. Prior to that he worked as Chief Marketing Officer at startups Anodot, Elastifile, and EMC XtremIO, with earlier positions in Product Management and Management Consulting.
Andy’s commitment to Cambodia is personal and deep: his oldest son was adopted from Cambodia. Over the years they have gone back several times to honor his birth country and contribute to communities in the rural Aural District and Phnom Penh. Andy’s work has focused on primary/secondary education, and university and entrepreneurial success for hundreds of youth in Cambodia’s new generation.
He has over 20 years of experience in board governance at educational and environmental nonprofits, including Caring For Cambodia, Grassroots Ecology, Sustainable Schools International, and Acterra. Andy has an MBA from Stanford University and a BA from Harvard. He lives in Sunnyvale with his wife and three kids, and loves hiking, scuba diving, and running with his dogs.
Peter Sheren is a highly respected sales trader with over 25 years of experience in the financial industry. He has held various senior positions at Goldman Sachs, where he has been instrumental in providing clients with liquidity solutions to access Asian equity markets. Sheren is also a committed philanthropist contributing to child-related, education-related and music-related organizations, as well as, sitting on the Board of The People's Music School.
Jamie C. Amelio is the founder and CEO of Caring for Cambodia (CFC), a non-profit, non-governmental charitable organization that has dramatically changed the lives of tens of thousands of Cambodian children. CFC started in 2003 with the goal to provide Cambodian children education by building a school in the Siem Reap area. That initial goal of one school has grown into a mission to secure a better, brighter future for those children and so many more.
Jamie is a four-time recipient of the prestigious Golden Hand Service Award (2014, 2012, 2010, 2005) bestowed by the Cambodian government to those who give outstanding service to the Cambodian community. She received the award for Outstanding Community Leader in 2015 and the Humanitarian of the Year Award in 2011 from the Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce and was named as a 2010 Classic Woman of the Year by Traditional Home Magazine.
Jamie is no stranger to helping children and was a dedicated volunteer long before beginning the Caring for Cambodia journey. She served on the Board of Directors of Vistas for Children in Los Angeles and founded Junior Vistas for Children. She served on the CLASS (Community Leaders Advocating Student Success) and is a member of Leader For Life committee for Lake Travis School District. Most recently, Jamie has founded Staying Bothered, a global movement to help people find what bothers them the most, motivate them to get involved and provide them with the tools to stay committed to affect real, positive change.
Jamie is the author of three books: Graced With Orange, an inspiring look at how one woman set out against difficult odds to change the education of an entire population, and Stumpy the Crocodile, a children’s book about helping neighbors in need. Her latest book, Staying Bothered, Find Your Passion, Commit To Action, Change the World, was released in November 2019. She is also the orator of a TEDx Talk, Be Bothered, Stay Bothered, where she reveals the secret to staying motivated to make a difference.
Jamie lived in Asia for a decade and now makes her home in Austin, Texas. She has six children, including two from Cambodia, and one grandson, all of whom understand the importance of “Being Orange” and “Staying Bothered”.
Cuong Do serves as Executive Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer for the pharmaceuticals company Merck & Co., Inc. (known as MSD outside the United States). As chief strategy officer, Mr. Do is responsible for both developing and executing enterprise-wide strategy and further building connections between the current and future business plans of Merck’s franchises, divisions, and functions.
Prior to joining Merck, Mr. Do served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy & Business Development at TE Connectivity, one of the world’s largest providers of products and solutions that connect and protect the flow of power and data in virtually every industry. Mr. Do also served as Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for Lenovo, a global leader in personal computers. He previously was a Director with McKinsey and Company where he helped to build the company’s healthcare, high tech and corporate finance practices.
Mr. Do holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, U.S. and a Master of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He currently or formerly serves on the boards of Callidus Biopharma; Wuxi AppTec, Shanghai; Fugoo; Profectum Foundation; Celebrate the Children; and the National Youth Science Foundation and is a member of the Tuck MBA Advisory Board.
Elizabeth King is an educator with more than twenty years of experience specializing in teacher education and teacher professional development. For the past twelve years, she has been an Instructional Coach to first-year teachers through the Center for Inspired Teaching Teacher Certification Program, which prepares teachers for careers in Washington, DC’s public and charter schools. Most recently, she also has been an Adjunct Professor of Educational Research at Trinity Washington University in Washington, DC. She became involved with Caring for Cambodia in 2004 while living in Singapore with her family and played a central role in the development of CFC’s Teacher Training Project, which she continues to support.
Ms. King received her education in the United States, earning her MA from the University of California, Berkeley in Educational Psychology and her BA from Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont.
Nina Golder is currently the Vice President of Global Lifecycle Services and Quality for Emerson. Nina is responsible for the global installed base for the Process Systems and Solutions business, including lifecycle software and solution development, call center support, customer success, educational services, cybersecurity services, and global oversight for all the worldwide service offices. Nina also serves on the Board of Directors for the Austin Science Education Foundation, the engagement committee for Girlstart, and the Advisory Board for the Chemical Engineering school at Texas A&M. She is passionate about education, elevating confidence in females, growing the funnel of future problem solvers and innovators, and creating a better future for Cambodians and the next generation. In her free time you can find Nina enjoying yoga, participating in outdoor activities with her active family, cheering on her kids at their sporting events, or organizing fun social events for friends and family. Nina has a BS in Chemical Engineering for the University of Texas at Austin and a Masters in Business Administration from Drexel University in Philadelphia.