Hla Hpone “Jack” Myint serves as Deputy Director for Mainland Southeast Asia and as Director for Myanmar; Cambodia; Laos PDR; Aerospace, Defense and Security; and Public Relations at the US-ASEAN Business Council (USABC) headquarters based in Washington, DC. He also serves as Founding Director of the USABC Institute’s Myanmar Scholarship Fund, which is raising US$6 million between 2022-24 to support disenfranchised Myanmar students studying in the United States.
Pimploy rejoined the Council in 2022 as a Country Research Analyst for Thailand, Health & Life Sciences, and Travel & Tourism. Previously, Pimploy worked at Thailand’s Office of the National Security Council. Pimploy gained work experiences in multiple organizations including the Royal Thai Embassies, a start-up public relations agency, and a Bangkok-based magazine company. Pimploy graduated from George Washington University and was a Royal Thai Government scholarship student. Pimploy is Thai and speaks Thai fluently.
Sammy assistant at the US-ASEAN Business Council Jakarta. Alumni of SMK Daarul Uluum in 2006. My experience is in Office Support at PT. Virya Surya Jhana from 2006 to 2009, Office Assistant at Marquee Executive Office from 2009 to 2015, and Office Support at PT. Prismas Jamintara from 2015 to 2016.
Mario Masaya is currently serving the Council as Senior Research Director for Digital Policy based in the Washington DC office. He oversees the Council’s ICT, Financial Services, and ASEAN Committees. Mario holds a bachelor’s degree from Parahyangan University in Indonesia, and a master’s degree from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He lived in Beijing and studied at the Beijing Language and Culture University.