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TAT shakes up deputy governor positions

TAT shakes up deputy governor positions

Charun Ohnmee, Sujitra Jongchansitto, Noppadon Pakprot, Santi Chudintra, Srisuda Wanapinyosak, Tanes Petsuwan and Chattan Kunjara Na Ayudhya

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced a complete rotation of its seven deputy governor positions effective October 1.

Sujitra Jongchansitto, former deputy governor for domestic marketing, has become deputy governor for tourism products and business. In her new role, she will oversee the development and promotion of tourism products and services in line with traveller and investor demand.

Charun Ohnmee, Sujitra Jongchansitto, Noppadon Pakprot, Santi Chudintra, Srisuda Wanapinyosak, Tanes Petsuwan and Chattan Kunjara Na Ayudhya

Santi Chudintra, previously deputy governor for policy and planning, is now deputy governor for international marketing (Asia and the South Pacific). The position oversees the promotion of Thai tourism products and services and the cooperation with potential regional partners.

She replaces Srisuda Wanapinyosak, who has moved into the role of deputy governor for international marketing (Europe, Africa, Middle East and Americas).

Wanapinyosak’s new role was previously filled by Tanes Petsuwan, who is now deputy governor for marketing communications. Responsibilities include the planning and execution of strategic and public relations campaigns across all media channels.

Former deputy governor for marketing communications Chattan Kunjara Na Ayudhya has now become deputy governor for policy and planning, where he will oversee organisational policy, overall marketing strategy planning, monitoring and evaluation, and crisis management.

Noppadon Pakprot has moved from being deputy governor for tourism to his new role as deputy governor for domestic marketing.

Finally, Charun Ohnmee, TAT advisor, has become deputy governor for administration, overseeing human resources, finance, the organisation’s rules and regulations as well as bylaws.

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