Nadhapach Jane Lynch holds a masters in English Literature from the University of Sydney and has been a lecturer at the undergraduate and graduate levels since 2004. She has served as Program Coordinator and Department Chair for many years, working with local and international students. Her experience includes the role of program leader for educational exchange with Deakin University in Australia in 2006 and cross-cultural projects in Hiroshima, Japan in 2009.
In 2011 she was nominated for a Fulbright Scholarship at the New York University in American Society and Culture.
Jane was an author and editor for multimedia productions with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and is certified in Asian Arts by the Ministry of Culture.
She was a visiting professor in English for Investigation at the Royal Thai Police and was appointed language specialist for curricula at Silpakorn University (International Program) in 2012.
In 2019 Jane held two special speaking sessions in Ohio.
She delivered a cross-cultural treatment of trends, values, and teaching praxis in Thailand and the West to a diverse group of teachers at the Arlitt Center for Education, Research, and Sustainability, University of Cincinnati.
At Westlake High School, she presented a range of Buddhist and Hindu art and architecture from Southeast Asia.
She continues to work on translation, editing and research in the arts, culture, history and literature.
2004 – University of Sydney (Australia) – Masters of Arts
2002 – TAFE (Australia) – Certificate III in Hospitality (Food & Beverage Operations)
2001 – Silpakorn University (Thailand) – Bachelor of Arts