Teak Seng is Country Director of WWF-Cambodia, a position he assumed in 1st July
2017. Prior to this, Teak was Regional Conservation Director of WWF-Greater Mekong
(Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam) and before that Regional Director
of the Western Pacific, WWF-Australia, where he oversaw two WWF Country Offices,
Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands.
Teak has 20 years of experience in field of environment and conservation in the
Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacific regions. Over the past 15 years, he has been in
managing stream and have worked at both country and regional levels and in both
capacities as Country Directors and Regional Directors. His major skills and areas of
expertise comprise: leading management change, managing multi-cultural and interdisciplinary
teams, formulating strategic planning and execution, and building
partnerships and engaging stakeholders.
In addition, 2010-2014, Teak served as a member of WWF International’s Conservation
Committee, a WWF global network decision-making body for global conservation
Teak holds a Master Degree in Environment Management, from Yale University, USA.
He has awarded as one of the Russell E. Train Conservation Leaders in 2002