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President (Board Chairman)


Graduated from the Ural Technical University in 1979 and Evening Journalism Faculty of Institute of Social Studies in Ekaterenburg (former Sverdlovsk) in 1979. In 1991-1992 she studied at the Bell Language Institute in London and was involved to internship program with the BBC. She had worked as a reporter, editor, Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Executive Director and Program Director of Mongolian TV in 1979-1995. In 1995-1999 she had contributed to the implementation of DANIDA "Free and Independent Press" project working as a managing director and Board Chairman independent Newspaper Printing House.

She has produced more than 300 TV programs and has translated more than 30 TV movies and documentaries into Mongolian from the Russian and English languages. She has written 4 TV dramas and 2 theatre plays. She was awarded the Leon Prize for the best play in 2002. She is an author of series reports and presentations such as " Media Situation in Central Asian Countries: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan"(1996), "On The Road To Freedom" on media situation in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan (1998), "Public Broadcasting Handbook" and many others. She has been working on more than 30 projects such as the TACIS-IFJ projects "Media for Democracy", "Covering Elections" and so on.

She has worked as a lecturer and teacher of TV journalism theory and workshops at the Mongolian National University, Institute of Foreign Languages and Diploma Course of Mongolian Press Institute.

She has been an Adviser to the Executive Committee of the International Federation of Journalists since 1998. She was included in a diary "The Best 100 Mongolian Women" and "Who is Who?" in the Encyclopedia Mongolia.

The Board Members:

Well-known Mongolian journalist with more than 40 years of working experiences and worked as a Reporter, Chief-in-editor in newspapers and Director General in Mongolian Radio and TV. He is an author of many famous newspaper publications and books. Now he is an Advisor to "Zuuny Medee" (Century's News), daily independent and teaches at journalism department of Mongolian National University. Speaks Russian.


Graduated from the Universities of Bucharest and New York. He has more than 10 years of working experiences in broadcasting media. He is an author of over 200 TV programs and 30 documentaries. He is former Editor-in-chief of "Mongolyn Medee" (Mongolian News), daily independent and now Secretary General of Confederation of Mongolian Journalists. Speaks English, Russian and Romanian.

Zumberellham Dorjdamba

lawyer, Works as a Vise President of Police Academy and Head of criminology sector of National Legal Center. Awerded a prize Best Educator.
He worked in Police office of South Govi province (1984-1989), State Investigation Department (1989-1992), Laywers Training Center (1989-2001).
He worked as a consultant "Right to know; Freedom of information" and member of Temporary Press Jury in "Free and fair" projects.
He has taken presentations such as "Freedom of information", "Free expression" and etc.

Speaks English and Russian

Porevnyam Banzragch

Graduated from National University of Mongolia (1990-1994) and Institution of Development of Management (1995). lawyer, President of Association of Mongolian Advocates (AMA) & Board Chairman.
Worked as assistant to the President of AMA and as a chairman of Disciplinarian Board of MAA in 1997-2002.
He has been teaching at law schools, Shihihutag and Ikh zasag since 1999.
Speaks Russian.



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