#30B, Street 652​, Sangkat Tek La-Ak III, Khan Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.

Tel : +855 23 882 676, Email: info@cma-network.org

Executive Office


Yun Sovanna

Executive Director

Yun Sovanna is CMA’s Executive Director, reporting to the Board of Directors. He manages overall operation and services delivery of the organization.

Before joining CMA in May 2015, he was Senior Manager for Development and Cooperation at Cambodia Chamber of Commerce (CCC), where he’s spent more than 10 years in various positions. In addition, he was appointed head of CCC’s Government-Private Sector Forum (G-PSF) Secretariat in 2008; coordinating this well-known public-private dialogue mechanism and its 10 Working Groups which focus on many sectors of economy such as agriculture, SMEs and financial service, etc. He played an instrumental role in developing Standard Operating Procedures for G-PSF’s Private Sector Working Groups, setting the foundation for the establishment of provincial public-private dialogue mechanism and revitalizing the dialogues mechanism between private sector and the government since the departure of the development partners in 2010.

Sovanna earned a Master of Business from Charles Sturt University and a Bachelor of Computer Science from Royal University of Phnom Penh. He also completed many management courses across countries in Asia and Europe.


Mrs. Chea Saren is CMA’s Operation Manager (OM), reporting to General Secretary. OM's primary responsibility is to ensure CMA’s organizational effectiveness and sound management with the help of tool and information technology in both financial and operational functions. OM plays significant role in the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices.

Before joining CMA in May 2017, she was Program Manager for Credit Union Foundation Australia since June 2016 and widely responsible for managing organizational operation and program implementation such as Strengthening Resettlement and Income Restoration Implementation (SRIRI) Project, Operation and Maintenance (OM) Project, Vocational Placement Strategy Project (VPSP), Village Entrepreneurship Initiative (VEI) Project, Saving, Enterprise, and Economic Development (SEED) Project and Children Financial ’s Literacy (CFL) Project including provisions technical assistance to 75 saving groups.

Previously, she worked in Cambodia public health sector since beginning in 2005 for closely involved in community development. She was Health Equity Fund Program Manager for Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia for four years. She was Health Financing Technical Officer for University Research Cooperation, LLC for 2 years. She was Operation Manager for Operation ASHA for 2 years. She was Voluntary Surgical Contraceptive Program Coordinator for Marie Stopes Cambodia for 2 years and She was Health Unit Support Officer for CARE Cambodia for more than 1 year.

Chea Saren earned a Master's a Degree in Finance in 2008 and a Bachelor's Degree in Management in 2004 from National University of Management.


Mr. Lam Roviay

Training and Development Manager

He has worked with CMA since January, 2008. His Position is Training and Development Manager. He has finished the Degree of Master of Business Administration in field of Business Management at National Institute of Business (NIB). Fulfilled all requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking and Finance at National Institute of Business (NIB), has satisfied all the requirements of The Center for Banking Studies (CBS) of National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) for the award of Associate Degree in Banking. 


Mr. Ear Techkung

Project Manager

He has 11 years’ experience in development sector within the context of micro-finance, enterprise development, agriculture, agri-business, income generation, livelihood improvement, and community development​with experience of in-depth Organizational Development, Institutional Development,​Development Management, and Program Management.

Currently he works for Cambodian Microfinance Association to support MFIs in Cambodia to achieve their Client Protection Certification through SMART Campaign, support MFIs on Management information System, and Capacity Building to CMA staff. He also used to manage multi-programs of HEKS Cambodia, manage project of French Red Cross, and manage multi-programs of Oxfam Australia, manage Ecosorn project of European Union-credit and enterprise development sector, and also manage savings and credit of Cambodian Mutual Savings and Credit Network.

He is holding bachelor degree in Agricultural Economic and Rural Development from Royal University of Agriculture and Master Candidate in Development Management from Norton University with extensive experience in Project/Program Management on micro finance and enterprise development sector.


Mr. UK Phaikdey

Program Officer, CAFE Initiative

Phaikdey specializes in project leadership and management; particularly in the areas of monitoring, evaluation and learning.

His role at CMA, working in partnership with Good Return, is to manage and coordinate the effective and efficient implementation of the Consumer Awareness and Financial Empowerment (CAFE) Initiative Program in conjunction with CMA’s members.

Previously, Phaikdey worked with ADD International for nine years, in the positions of Information and Documentation Officer, Project Manager and M &E and learning Manager.

He obtained a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) at Western University majoring in Business Administrative Management in 2010. He also holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development from the Royal University of Agriculture (RUA) major in Rural Development, which he obtained in 2004.


Mr. Neat Thirith

Training Sepcialist CAFE Initiative

Thirith specializes in training and facilitation in the areas of field coaching and field training. His role is to build and manage a network of CMA Community Trainers through partnership with

CMA’s members, to support members to implement the CAFE initiative and to report and monitor the program.

Previously, Thirith worked for ACTED-PSF, in the position of Training Coordinator and at Friends International as a Trainer. He has also worked for Marie Stopes International in the position of VCCT Counselor for MSM and as a Special Educator for children with disabilities at the Center for Children and Adolescent Mental Health (CCAMH).Thirith has a Master’s of Education and a Bachelor of Arts, specializing in Psychology at RUPP.


Mr. Sor Piseth

Information Officer

He has worked as the IT and Publications Officer at CMA since July 2014. Before working with CMA, he volunteered at Cambodian Valuer and Estate Agents Association. He worked as MIS Assistant in Meadarabrong PLC. My duties were making report from insurance system for finance department, developing website and computer maintenance. Moreover, I used to work as a Web Developer at FreeStyle International. He graduated a Bachelor degree of Computer Science and Engineering from Royal University of Phnom Penh in 2012.​​



Training and Development Officer

He has worked with CMA Sine June, 2013 as Training and Development Assistant. In early 2015 he was promote to a position of Junior Training and Development Officer. Before working with CMA he worked at Eastern International School as a English Teacher for 1 year. In 2012, he has got a Bachelor Degree of Banking and Finance at Build Bright University.


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