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.
Director of Events
Indra Ganzorig is the Director of Events for the American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia – responsible for planning and executing AmCham events and programs. Prior to joining AmCham, Indra worked internationally for various UN agencies, social enterprises, and non-profits, executing events with partners, such as SAP Southeast Asia, the ASEAN Secretariat, Thailand International Cooperation Agency, Open Society Foundations, and many others. Aside from event management, she has extensive experience in social innovation and graphic design. Indra holds a B.A. in Psychology and is a master's candidate in International Hospitality and Tourism Management at Mahidol University in Thailand.
Director of Communications
Handarmaa (Handaa) Ayush is the Director of Communications for AmCham Mongolia. Prior to joining AmCham, Handaa worked for the Asia Foundation and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and brings with her extensive experience in media, communications, and raising public awareness.
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.
Baigal Gan-Erdene is the Event Coordinator for the American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia responsible for organizing and executing AmCham events and programs. Prior to joining AmCham, Baigal worked as a program coordinator at the International Republican Institute in Mongolia and has experience working with various government and non-government stakeholders. Baigal holds a B.A. in Human Geography and Economics from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada .