Nantisara Pipattanananti worked at an NGO focusing on educational projects in the Northeast of Thailand. Later she went to do her master in Peace, Conflicts and Development studies in Spain. During her study, she joined the Caux Interns program in 2012 and went to Afghanistan to write her master thesis about alternative education for women. Also, she joined the Caux Scholars program in 2014. Currently she is working at a US company in Spain that provides international payment solutions for students. However, on a side she is working on a non-profit project called Street Food Revolution which is supported by the Embassy of Thailand in Madrid and with a collaboration from the Education for Development Foundation (EDF). The project is to use food as a tool for social change and to support underprivileged children in Thailand. During her free time, she likes to go hiking, trecking and eating.