• East-West Center Alumni Chapter, Ulaanbaatar Mongolia

    east-west center association in Mongolia

  • The East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the Asia-Pacific region and the United States. Each year the Center brings together more than 3,000 people to build expertise and capabilities to better address critical regional issues.

     

     

    For more information, go to: https://www.eastwestcenter.org/

    east-west center

    Established by the U.S. Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options. The Center is an independent, public, nonprofit organization with funding from the U.S. government, and additional support provided by private agencies, individuals, foundations, corporations, and governments in the region.

  • east-west center alumni chapter

    East-West Center Alumni Chapters share the goal of supporting the Center in broadening its outreach throughout the region. Chapters facilitate professional networking through a variety of activities including informal get-togethers, community, service projects, seminars, lectures, and workshops.

    50 Alumni Chapters

    in Asia Pacific and the United States

    8,000 students

    from all over the world

    65,000 international alumni

    97 countries

    Participants of EWC

    over 100 alumni

    from Mongolia

  • EWCA ULAANBAATAR CHAPTER ALUMNAE MEMBERS

    Around 100 alumnae represent Mongolia and were affiliated with various programs of the East-West Center

    Tsolmontuya Altankhundaga (MPA)

    EWCA Ulaanbaatar Chapter Leader

    East-West Center Education Program Affiliate

    Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program Scholar 2017-2019

    MPA, Women's Studies- University of Hawaii at Manoa

    EWC Leadership Program Certificate   

    Amarjargal Batchuluun (LLM)

    LLM, University of Hawaii William Richardson School of Law

    East-West Center Education Program Affiliate

    Asian Development Bank-JSP Scholar 2017-2018

    EWC Leadership Program Certificate

    Gandolgor Purevjav

    Changing Faces Women's Leadership Seminar Alumna (2015)

    East-West Center - Women's Leadership Program Affiliate

     

    Enkhbold Bukhchuluun

    New Generation Seminar Alumnus (2016)

    East-West Center - New Generation Seminar Alumnus

     

    Bat-Ulzii Molomjamts

    Asia Pacific Leadership Program (G7- Generation 7)

    East-West Center - Asia Pacific Leadership Program Alumnus

     

    Jean E.Rolles Fellowship- Scholarship Recipient

    Dolgor Baasansuren

    Asia Pacific Leadership Program (G6- Generation 6)

    East-West Center - Asia Pacific Leadership Program Alumna 2006

     

     

    Baigali Ochkhuu

    Changing Faces Women's Leadership Seminar Alumna

    East-West Center - Changing Faces Women's Leadership Seminar 2018

    Dulguun Enkhbold MPA

    EWC - Asian Development Bank Scholar

    EWC Education program- Asian Development Bank Scholar

     

    MPA, University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Social Sciences

    Erdenee Batzorig

    Asia Pacific Leadership program G17- Generation 17

    Asia Pacific Leadership Program Alumnus

     

    Nainoa Thompson Fund Scholarship Award Recipient 2017

    Selenge Tserendash

    Changing Faces Women's Leadership Seminar (2010)

    EWC- Changing Faces Women's Leadership Seminar Alumna 2010

     

     

    Enkhtsetseg Dagva

    East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellow (2004-2006)

    MPA, University of Hawaii at Manoa, School of Social Sciences

     

    Obama Foundation Fellow (2019)

     

     

    Odonchimeg L

    East-West Center Asia Pacific Leadership Program Fellow (2006 Generation 6)

    Asia Pacific Leadership Program

     

     

    Misheel.B

    East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellow 2017

    Master of Science in Biological Engineering, Specialized in Wastewater Treatment, University of Hawaii at Manoa

    - Estimator, AECOM Project Honolulu Airport

     

  • "LEARNING+ACTION" INTERVIEW WITH ALUMNAE

    Sharing our Alumnae stories, interviews,  and reflection through this space on a variety of topics that matters for the region amongst the 65,000 alumni of the East-West Center.

  • International women's group initiative

    An academic discussion group on Gender

    International Women's Group at EWCPA

    Honolulu, Hawaii 2017

    International women’s group was created to initiate a positive change by providing a platform for women’s voices and involvement on both a local and global scale within the East-West Center community in Honolulu in 2017. The group strives to raise awareness on various issues affecting women of every race, religion, class, and sexual orientation. In doing so, the group hopes to create a supportive, inclusive, diverse, multilingual and multicultural space, dedicated to the empowerment and unity.

    Founders

    @University of Hawaii, Women's Studies Department

    The International Women's Group was initiated by 3 East-West Center Alumna Tsolmontuya Altankhundaga, Hayley Cannizzo and Crystal Kwok. Based on the shared values on creating positive changes through inclusive conversation, dialogue and academic platform to discuss on Gender Issues from variety of perspectives rooted in academia, the IWG is continuing its gatherings in Mongolia through the EWCA Ulaanbaatar.

  • east-west center innovation lab

    Women Entrepreneurs Mentors Club and Quality Life NGOs

    Women Entrepreneur Mentors Club

    www.wemcmon.org

    WEMC aims to provide guidance and assistance to women startups, micro and small entities and to connect women entrepreneurs with other entrepreneurs creating long term networking opportunities and promoting cooperation among members to accelerate entrepreneurship through ecosystem of mentorship. Most importantly, WEMC prioritizes inclusivity for those who do not have the access to resources, opportunities for mentorship, and access to information to uplift their businesses' long-term stability in the market of Mongolia were more than 60% of the market is concentrated in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar. Thus, expansion of geographically spread networking, mentorship and collaboration is tremendously in need for a long-term impact for advancing women entrepreneurs.

    Quality Life NGO

    www.qualitylife.mn

    After reaching the age of retirement, senior citizens often find themselves with little opportunity to maintain active and social lifestyles. A 2015 survey of over 420 elderly citizens in Ulaanbaatar revealed a dire need in Mongolia for senior social and medical care. To fulfill this demand, Proliance LLC has founded one of Mongolia’s first senior recreation providers: Quality Life NGO. This non-profit organization is currently operating senior center, Quality Life Club, at its government donated facilities in Chingeltei district of Ulaanbaatar. Quality Life Club provides seniors with the opportunity to engage with peers, their community, and exercise their bodies and minds. Many of the elders that attend this organization are retirees of demanding professions, including doctors, lawyers, and teachers, all of whom desire occasion to utilize their intellectual abilities.

    East-West Center Innovation Lab

    EWC Labs are small teams engaged in dynamic interactions and using an experimental, prototyping approach instead of a rigid, planning based approach to innovation. In these Labs, alumni connect and apply theory learned in their past EWC training, incoming fellows develop experience to ground their learning at EWC, while potential future fellows increase their interest in EWC.

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