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Home >>  Academics >>  GCSC >> GCSC Academic and Knowledge Manager

Chamnan Lim
Academic and Knowledge Manager

Chamnan Lim is the Academic and Knowledge Manager at the Global Center for Security Cooperation. She has nearly a decade's experience in development and education consulting. Prior to joining the Global Center, she was an Advisor for the United Nations Development Programme in Cambodia where she specialized in issues of aid coordination and harmonization. Mrs. Lim also worked for the World Bank and UNESCO. She taught at Cambodia's Ecole Royale d'Administration (Royal School of Administration) and the University of Cambodia. While at the World Bank, she was assigned to the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative Unit, and went on missions to Uganda and Vietnam to perform debt sustainability analysis. She was subsequently posted to Cambodia to work on the Bank's Country Assistance Strategy. Mrs. Lim has an MBA specializing in Information Management Systems from The Johns Hopkins University, a Certificate of Advanced Study in Leadership of International and Non-Governmental Organizations from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, and a bachelor's degree in International Business from Frostburg State University, Maryland.