Weh Yeoh is a four time founder. After co-founding WhyDev, a non profit organisation committed to getting international development right, he founded OIC Cambodia in 2013. OIC is an initiative that aims to establish speech therapy as a profession in Cambodia. He co-founded Happy Kids Clinic, a social enterprise which supports OIC.
He has both a BA in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney and an MA in Development Studies from the University of NSW. He has volunteered with people with disabilities in Vietnam, interned in India, studied Mandarin in Beijing, and milked yaks in Mongolia.
Weh is recognised by the University of Sydney as both an Adjunct Senior Lecturer and the Alumni Award for Service to Humanity for Faculty of Health Sciences. He is also one of the 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asian-Australians.
To add to his list of achievements, Weh was recognised by
Third Sector Awards as the Social Entrepreneur of the Year in 2019.
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