After graduating from Mahidol University, Asst. Prof. Dr. Supreeda participated in curriculum development for the Department of Community Dentistry, Khon Kaen University to have experienced graduates for community and social work. He also develops quality of life indicators “Oral Impact on Daily Performance” (OIDP) and founded the Sweet Enough Network to launch a campaign to encourage people in Thailand to consume less sugar to prevent health issues. Then he joined the management level of the Thai Health Promotion Foundation (Thai Health) and become the manager. Thai Health supports up to 4,000 projects each year. These include issue-related initiatives, such as tobacco and alcohol control, road safety and disaster management, healthy diet, and the promotion of physical activity. The foundation also supports the WHO’s healthy settings approach, and Thai Health will strengthen its contribution to enabling sustainable health for all. The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced the Thai Health Promotion Foundation won the World No Tobacco Day 2017 Award and the 2021 Nelson Mandela Award. The Thai Health Promotion Foundation with Asst. Prof. Dr. Supreeda as a leader has been instrumental in advancing health promotion in Thailand, and globally through International Network on Health Promotion Foundation.