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Lkhagvasuren graduated from Law and Economics faculty of Chiba university in Japan. She is a recipient of Mabuchi Motors Foundation Scholarship. Also she has successfully finished Investment Banking Institution program in New York city. As the member of the Mongolian students association in Japan, she has participated in many volunteer activities to introduce Mongolian culture and history to Japan. The biggest one of them is “Havriin Bayar”, which is held in Tokyo every year. She is passionate about TED events, interior design and traveling.
Munkh-Ariun (Mucka) Gantumur
Mucka is currently working as a consultant at the Energy Development Center of the Ministry of Energy. She is an avid reader of anything and everything. Since discovering Ted while she was in university Mucka has been continually impressed by the ideas expressed and firmly believes that the exchange of ideas leads to a result that is more than the sum of their parts. She was very excited to learn of the TedxUlaanbaatar events and is honored to be part of the team with TedxUlaanbaatarLive.
Munkhzul was awarded with Fulbright Foreign Fellowship Award in 2010 to study for her Master’s Degree in the USA. An avid supporter of volunteer works, she has been dedicating her time and effort by organizing various community development projects since 2007. Besides, she gained professional experience by working on different non-governmental and governmental projects, such as Millennium Challenge Account of Mongolia. Munkhzul has strong interest in urban development, sustainability, and gender equality.
Delgertsetseg is currently working as a project translator at Rural Water and Sanitation project of UNDP. Delgertsetseg is very passionate about volunteer and community works. She has been dedicating her time and effort organizing many events until now. For instance, she has been organizer of “My Club” - tree planting club since 2008 and this club has planted over 100.000 trees all over Mongolia. In addition, she supports the activities of NGOs and orphanages including distributing gifts, clothes and other necessary things for children. She was chosen to participate in Asia Pacific Regional Volunteer Conference in 2011 and gave a speech about Mongolian volunteer workers. She is very eager to TED events and excited to be part of the team.
After graduating high school #1 currently studying at NUM by Art Studies. Pursuing her passion and volunteering at TEDxUlaanbaatarWomen has an itch to spread the TEDx all around the Mongolia.