Lotti Fraser

Director of Programs

Lotti Fraser’s career in South East Asia launched in 2010, when she moved to Bangkok to work as an English teacher. After two years of teaching, she made the transition to non-governmental-organisation (NGO) work, moving to Chiang Rai in northern Thailand to manage a children’s home established to protect vulnerable hill-tribe children from trafficking and provide them with access to a stable education. Lotti went on to spend some time volunteering with the Foundation of Education and Development (FED), assisting with FED’s education, health, women’s empowerment and migrant development projects.

Background

In 2015, Lotti studied a Master’s in International Development Studies at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok and returned to FED to conduct her thesis research on the topic of Education for Burmese Migrant Students in Takua Pa, Thailand. 

Lotti returned to the United Kingdom in April 2016, where she worked as a Community Development Manager for a non-profit supporting impoverished and migrant communities in the east of England. She designed and managed a variety of education, health and environmental projects in direct and immediate response to social needs in the community. 

In 2018, Lotti returned to Asia to support Dana Asia’s projects in Cambodia in a voluntary capacity, before joining the Dana Asia team full-time.

Lotti is passionate about education and the essential role it plays in influencing social change, and thus takes a leading role in developing Dana Asia’s dynamic and life-changing educational projects.

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