Moh is a graduate from one of the progressive universities in Thailand. Her career of doing things differently started there while she studied the intersection of global studies and social entrepreneurship. Despite being younger than most of her peers, Moh’s brain and heart are to blame for becoming a teacher for world-class organisations who are ready to solve complex problems in new ways. Through her work at DSIL she has co-facilitated an interactive 2–week conference to bring design thinking to the real challenges with a local community and she has been a part of problem solving teams for complex challenges. She is known around Bangkok to start fires under people experiencing challenges on issues from sexual violence in universities to paying youth what they deserve and many more challenges her peers face. Moh has now won competitions as a rising entrepreneur starting her own company whose purpose lies in social impact. 4ALL won the Hult Prize in Thailand and brings innovative education to Thai juvenile detention centres while ensuring both vocational and 21st-century skills to increase employment rate and reduce social stigma among former juvenile offenders.