Suziena

Htun

Deputy Country Director

PSI Myanmar

Suziena Htun has been with PSI Myanmar for 18 years. She manages and oversees the Program Support Division and the Finance & Contracts Division. Before joining, Ms. Htun worked in the private sector and for the United Nations. She has a master’s degree in development studies from the Yangon Institute of Economics, a bachelor’s degree in physics from Yangon University and a diploma in civil engineering from the Government Technical Institute of Yangon. Ms. Htun enjoys traveling around the country and consulting with people.

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