Pema Tshoki started her career in the education sector working for the young people in the country. Her work was recognized and appreciated as she was chosen to be one of the 108 researchers at the Centre for Bhutan and GNH Studies. Her work surrounds policy research and informed recommendations to the government. In collaboration, Pema Tshoki is currently working on the planning and execution of Bhutan’s very first pavilion at COP28 with the Department of Environment and Climate Change.