UN Women Representative to Kyrgyzstan
Ulziisuren Jamsran joined UN Women Kyrgyzstan Country Office as a Representative in June 2019. Ms. Jamsran's experience includes over 20 years of experience in international development, strategic and managerial leadership in gender and women’s issues in Moldova, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan for UNDP, UNIFEM and UN Women. She has provided technical expertise on gender issues, knowledge management and microfinance to the UN and the Governments of Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Albania, and Mongolia. She is one of the active promoters of social innovation in UN Women.
Ulziisuren Jamsran worked as the UN Women Representative in Moldova, and Palestine. Earlier, she was the UN Women Gender Adviser for Moldova and Ukraine, Regional Governance Specialist in Almaty, Senior Rural Development Specialist and Social Development Advisor in Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine, and Poverty Alleviation Specialist in Mongolia.
Ms. Jamsran has Specialized Masters on Leading Change from the University of Oxford and HEC Paris, and M.A. in Economics (Statistics and Demography) from the Mongolian State University.
A native of Mongolia, Ms. Jamsran speaks Mongolian, English, and Russian.