Ichinkhorloo Khosbayar (Oko) is studying International Relations, and was a part of AIESEC for almost two years and got the opportunity to go to Thailand for six weeks! She says Mongolia is known because of famous people such as Genghis Khan, but there is more to Mongolia than just that; they have their own unique tradition, culture, and language. Oko says today (June 29th) is actually an important day for Mongolians because they have parliament elections to elect new representatives for the next 4 years. During her time at KWLI, Oko hopes to meet new people and learn about their history and culture, and gain public speaking skills. Oko would also like to learn about each woman’s contribution to society! Her favorite movie is “7 Pounds” and her favorite quote is “rise and shine!”
Khulan Givaasuren is a senior at the National University of Mongolia studying International Journalism. She is excited to spend her time with such encouraging women and thinks it will be a great opportunity for self-development. Khulan believes that the KWLI will help her a create a tight network between the women from across the globe! She also believes that the KWLI will help guide her to find some solutions to the bigger issues facing the women in Mongolia. Khulan hopes to learn about the culture and traditions in the United States. Her favorite movie is “127 Hours” and her favorite song is “Ain’t Your Mama” by Jennifer Lopez.
Bujinlkham Bandikhuu studies The University of Finance and Economics majoring in Business Economics. Bujnlkham enjoys TedTalks, photography, Russian literature, hiking, and meditating! She says that Mongolia is one of the developing countries in the world with a sky that is ocean blue, which is why it is known as The Land of The Blue Sky. Bujinlkham hopes to enhance her leadership skills through KWLI and develop her network of professional acquaintances and make new friends along the way. Her favorite quote is “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step,” by Lao Tzu.
Tungalag Adiya is a senior in college studying at the University of Finance and Economics and is majoring in accounting. Her interest in accounting started when she took a math class in high school and fell in love with numbers! She believes that numbers reflect thousands of words without needing any translation, and her goal is to become a skilled accountant and contribute to her country’s value as much as possible. Tungalag says that Mongolia is a large landlocked country between Russia and China and that the capital city, Ulaanbaatar, means “red hero” in English. Tungalag hopes to learn from the other women at KWLI. She wants to learn about all the cultures and countries and knows that KWLI will open her eyes to the vast world around her. Her favorite quote is is by Winston Churchill and he states: “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”