Stakeholder and Events Manager
Oyunaa is responsible for managing AustCham Mongolia’s general operations, activities and communications, as well as, planning and executing the Chamber’s monthly and annual events and programs to the community.
She plays an instrumental role in uplifting the brand image of AustCham Mongolia and already has a strong understanding of the Chamber business and objectives.
Prior to joining AustCham Mongolia, she worked as a technical interpreter and an executive assistant to Asia Pacific Investment and Advisory LLC and Tarva Investment and Advisory LLC. She graduated from the University of the Humanities, holding B.A in Linguistics.
She has a passion for developing the Chamber as a brand; and a strong belief in thebusiness opportunities present in Mongolia for Australian business.
Membership & Sponsorship Manager
Erlan is a skilled Public Relations and communications specialist with over 10 years of experience in the mining industry.
He has a strong ability to influence thinking, forge long relationships, and build consensus.
Prior to joining AustCham, Erlan worked for a number of major foreign-invested companies operating in Mongolia.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the National University of Mongolia.
"I am happy to be joining the Chamber.
With the support of the Board, I look forward to developing strategies for the growth and prosperity of AustCham Mongolia."
Muugii is responsible for accounting AustCham Mongolia’s financial activities.
Prior to joining AustCham Mongolia, she worked as an accountant and an intern student to Wagner Asia Group company and Oyu Tolgoi LLC.
She graduated from the University of Finance and Economics in MBA and University of Mandakh burtgel in BA.
Anujin is proud to be part of AustCham Mongolia and brings with her a wealth of experience.
Prior to AustCham Mongolia, Anujin served as a Senior Associate with the Assurance team for EY Mongolia LLC, a multinational professional service firm.
From 2012 to 2015, she was a Project Coordinator and a Consultant at The Asia Foundation, where she managed $80 million worth contracts with stakeholders with a goal to enhance environmental responsibility of mining companies across Mongolia.
Anujin holds a Master in International Business Administration from the Grenoble Ecole de Management, Grenoble, France; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Environment and
Sustainability from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Also, she was awarded a certificate conferring the title of Manager d’Affaires Internationales.
(Anujin is currently on her maternity leave)