Sok Rady is the Executive Director of CKC in Cambodia and was born on May 24th in the Kampong Cham province. Rady used to work as an accountant at a rubber plantation company and is currently also the Executive Director of the Prey Veng campus of Chea Sim University KamChaymear (CSUK). He has completed a Masters degree and likes listening to the radio and playing sport. Rady has a wife and two biological sons & a daughter but when asked about his family, he says that he has 45 beautiful children.
Natalie is a lawyer from the UK who came to work in Cambodia in January 2012. In the UK, Natalie specialised in criminal law and juvenile justice and since coming to work in Cambodia she has continued to work in the field of children’s rights, as well as in international criminal law and human rights litigation. As Senior Consultant for a non-profit law, policy and development organisation, Natalie directs a number of programmes relating to rights and education and is experienced in project development and management; she has worked as a consultant for numerous organisations in Cambodia, including the NGO Coalition on the Rights of the Child and Save the Children. Natalie holds an MA in English Language and Literature from Oxford University, post-graduate qualifications in law from the College of Law and is currently studying for an LLM in International Justice at Queen Mary and University College London. In her spare time, Natalie enjoys escaping the city and relaxing in Cambodia’s countryside. Her guilty pleasures include horror movies and Italian food.