Tatum Albertine is an international business advisor with six years of global leadership experience involving government relations, policy advocacy, developing international business partnerships, and supporting strategic business initiatives. She connects people to resources and translates vision and strategy into operations.
Tatum serves as the Executive Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar, where she helps U.S.-based organizations to connect with valuable opportunities in Myanmar and advocates on behalf of AMCHAM members to promote economic prosperity for communities within Myanmar and the U.S. She oversees the operational and programmatic aspects of AMCHAM.
Her background as a professional researcher with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University and the Access to Knowledge for Development Center at The American University in Cairo has enabled her to excel at navigating and managing governmental affairs and policy advocacy work. She also worked for the U.S. Department of State at the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Myanmar, and at the Smithsonian Institution after graduating cum laude from Mount Holyoke College with her B.A. in Gender Studies and Philosophy. She is a U.S. citizen based in Yangon full-time.
Mya Theingi, Operations Manager
Mya Theingi studied biomedical sciences in Singapore and during her university years, she was an active member of the student club where she helped to organize school events and led the editorial committee. After graduation, Mya came back to Myanmar and has spent the last five years working primarily in sales and marketing across different sectors including pharmaceuticals and telecommunications.
Having worked as an international sales account and project manager, she has been exposed to communicating with global clients, focusing on building solid relationships and potential business cases. Moreover, she is also experienced in other administrative roles and was particularly involved in setting up SOPs for a streamlined workflow between cross-functional units.
Andrew Cha, Membership Coordinator
With a B.A. degree in law, Andrew joined the Chamber from the legal field. Before joining AMCHAM Myanmar, Andrew worked for Lincoln Legal Service and also brings past NGO experience. His responsibilities include handling event and office logistics.