American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia Selects New Director of Development
AmCham Mongolia Continues to Develop and Reinforce its Commitment to Strengthening Commercial Ties Between the United States and Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – The Board of Directors of the American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia, or “AmCham Mongolia,” is very pleased to announce that Mrs. Tricia Turbold has joined the organization as its Director of Development. Tricia moved to Mongolia from the United States two years ago where she worked in Operations Management at a world-class healthcare facility, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Tricia studied at Radford University in the United States and holds a Masters of Science degree in Corporate and Professional Communication.
“I am delighted to be joining AmCham Mongolia as Director of Development. I find the vision and energy of the organization to be very inspiring and encouraging. I look forward to helping AmCham Mongolia achieve its goals of building and strengthening business relationships between the United States and Mongolia,” said Tricia.
Mr. Jackson Cox, Chairman of the AmCham Mongolia Board of Directors also commented, “the decision by the AmCham Mongolia Board of Directors to bring Tricia onboard as Director of Development represents our strong commitment to develop AmCham Mongolia into a meaningful and impactful organization. We work each and every day for our members to strengthen commercial partnerships between the United States and Mongolia. We are pleased that Tricia has joined us and expect her unique talents to play a big role in advancing AmCham’s mission in Mongolia.”
About AmCham Mongolia
AmCham Mongolia is an independent membership-driven organization that seeks to build, strengthen, and protect business between the United States and Mongolia and to actively promote Mongolia as a destination for American investment. AmCham Mongolia is the official local office of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Based in Washington, DC, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the largest business federation in the world with over 3 million member companies. American Chambers have been established in over 100 countries in the world – Mongolia being one of the most recent.