Munkhzul Munkhbayar is a Program Coordinator for AmCham Mongolia. She's a graduate MBA from Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University in Singapore with a combination of experiences in project management, business operations, and stakeholders engagement. She’s a co-founder of a microfinance institution Sor Jargalan LLC in Mongolia and previously worked with Growth Summit Global and The Nature Conservancy Mongolia. She's a tech enthusiast who volunteered for the Startup Weekend Singapore and Breathe Mongolia-Clean Air Coalition tech NGO.
Battsetseg Tolya is the Director of Events at the American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia. Before the position, she was a Program Coordinator at AmCham Mongolia. She has extensive experience in economic and political news publishing, project management, sales, bookkeeping, research, and creating business and marketing plans. Battsetseg holds a bachelor's degree in International Trade from the School of Economic Studies, The National University of Mongolia and an MBA from the University of South Los Angeles, United States.
Adiya Oyungerel is the Executive Director for the American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia. Adiya Oyungerel previously served as the Director of Policy and Advocacy of AmCham for two years, and was responsible for designing, building, and implementing the advocacy efforts of AmCham's policy initiatives. Adiya has extensive work experience in the private sector from his time with Oyu Tolgoi, and his employment with the government and a number of development agencies, including the EBRD, UN and SDC. Adiya holds an MBA from the University of Sheffield in the UK with a major in FDI promotion. Adiya currently sits on Mongolia’s Investment Protection Council, initiated under the auspices of the Prime Minister, as one of the council's three private sector representatives.
Finance and Administrative Officer
Baasantsetseg Baatar is the Finance and Administrative Officer responsible for managing AmCham’s daily activities. Previously, Baasantsetseg worked as the Chief Accountant at Boroo Mining Co. Ltd, one of Mongolia’s largest mining companies. She brings to AmCham vast experiences from business and NGO sectors.
Ariun Chinbat is the Director of Communications at the American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia (AmCham Mongolia). She previously worked as the Head of Foreign Relations and Cooperation at the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry. She completed her BA at the National University of Mongolia (SFS) in International Economic Relations and BA in Law at Tushee, as well as, her Master's in Human Rights and Policy at the University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia. Currently, she is a participant of the Women in Leadership program 2021 at the Zorig Foundation funded by Australia Awards and board of the Mongolian Graduates from overseas (REPAT).
Director of Policy and Advocacy
Javkhlantugs Ganbaatar is the Director of Policy and Advocacy for the American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia, and is responsible for designing, building, and implementing the advocacy efforts of AmCham’s policy initiatives. He previously worked for three years as Director of Business Development and Project Manager for MERA LLC, and successfully executed projects related to building new plants and manufacturing import-substituting products. Javkhlantugs has extensive work experience in the private sector from previous employment with Oyu Tolgoi and Blue Sky Aviation LLC, and an internship at the House of Representatives (USA) with Congressman Joe Pitts. As an advisor in the Government and External Relations department of Oyu Tolgoi, he advised and managed external engagements with government stakeholders and also led the Policy Advocacy Program. Javkhlantugs holds joint-master’s degrees (MBA and MA in Government) from Regent University in the USA.