Enkhtsetseg Ganbold

Executive Director


G. Enkhtsetseg became Executive Director of AUM in December 2014. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Mongolian State University and earned her Master’s degree in Financial Control from the Hague University, The Netherlands. She has over 10 years of experience in financial management in an international environment, including project development and implementation, monitoring, analysis and evaluation. She has spent the past 4 years in Washington, DC and has worked for most of her career in the banking and financial sector, with a stint at the US Embassy in Mongolia.


Robin Charpentier

Consultant, Academic Programs    

Robin began working at the AUM in 2012. She has over 20 years of experience working in higher education administration at US universities. After receiving her Master’s Degree in Mongolian Studies from Indiana University, she served for two years as Resident Director of the American Center for Mongolian Studies in Ulaanbaatar. She was most recently an Advisor in the International Affairs and Cooperation Department and a Visiting Professor in the Institute for Mongolian Studies at the National University of Mongolia, and taught part-time at the University of the Humanities.


Ruth Pulaski

Director, Marketing and Development

Ruth began workingat the AUM in 2012. Ruth has been living in Mongolia since 2005 serving as the Executive Director of the Mongolian Children’s Aid Foundation. Prior to that she served for seven years as Dean of Administration, Overseas Family College, Singapore, a two-year university-level program developed in partnership with California State University.

Lynn Mallory

Director, English Language Institute

Lynn was appointed as the Director, English Language Institute in May 2014. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree (magna cum laude) in English and French at the University of Richmond, she earned her Master of Arts degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She has professional U.S. teaching certifications at the state and national levels and has provided language training to students in China and Kenya. In 2012, Ms. Mallory was selected by the U.S. Department of State to serve as an English Language Fellow for a year. She also helped to develop the English for Special Purposes curricula at the Mongolian University of Science and Technology and taught academic writing courses to the MUST faculty.

Punsalmaa Batchuluun

ELI Assistant Director

Punsalmaa Batchuluun is an assistant director of English Language Institute of AUM. She earned a BA in Teaching English and an MA in Linguistics from The University of Humanities in 2008 and 2010. She has 4-year experience of teaching English to secondary school and university students and adult learners of intensive courses. She worked as a translator on US Emerging Youth Leaders program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and early childhood education program. And she worked as a volunteer English language teacher on Education project by Mongol V.E.T Net NGO. She has been with the American University of Mongolia since 2012.

Narantsetseg Avarzed

ELI Instructor

Narantsetseg graduated with a degree in English Education from Mongolian International University. She is passionate about teaching and loves working with people. She was an exchange student in Korea for one semester and has volunteered extensively as an interpreter and English teacher to orphans in Ulaanbaatar. Her goal as a teacher is to help her students to become independent learners who have the skills continue their language development outside of the classroom.

Ariuntuya Yadamdorj

ELI Instructor

Ariuntuya graduated with a degree in English Language Education from Otgontenger University and completed an English Education Program at Ming Chung University. She is passionate about teaching and loves working with people. Her philosophy for teaching is very simple: To provide students with the best learning environment by giving encouragement. She is excited for a fun–filled and educational time with ELI's students. She is honored to have the chance to be a teacher here at the American University of Mongolia.

Udval Baatarsuren

ELI Instructor

Udval Baatarsuren graduated from Ulaanbaatar University with a bachelor’s degree in English Teaching. She has three years of experience teaching English to adult learners. Before coming to AUM, she taught technical, mining, safety and hospitality English to corporate clients. She is passionate about teaching and enjoys working with people. She has been with AUM since 2013.

Jargal Enkhbold

ELI Instructor

Jargal Enkhbold is an Instructor in AUM's English Language Institute. She earned a BA in English and Russian Language Teaching from the University of Humanities and an M.Sc. in Psychology from St. Cloud State University in St.Cloud, Minnesota. She has 10 years of experience teaching English to adult learners, developing curricula and training teachers in rural areas of Mongolia. She has been with the American University of Mongolia since 2013.


Buyankhishig Munkhbold

ELI Instructor

Buyankhishig Munkhbold graduated from University of Humanities with a Bachelor’s degree in English Language Teaching in June 2014. She has been with AUM since July 2014, first as a Teaching Assistant, and now as an instructor.  Buyankhishig   volunteered as an English teacher with Peace Corps Mongolia at the Dream Eco Camp in 2011. She has experience working with adults and younger learners. Buyankhishig focuses on interactive learning.  She brings great energy to her classroom.

Christian Green

English Language Fellow


Christian Green is a fellow with the US State Department's English Language Fellowship Program and is currently teaching at AUM.  He received his MA TESOL from Azusa Pacific University in 2003, while teaching in Mongolia.  Over a five-year period, he served in Mongolia as a teacher-trainer for the Bayankhongor Provincial Ministry of Education and as a TOFEL instructor in Ulaanbaatar.  In the States, he has taught at Citrus College (Glendora, CA), Mt. San Antonio College (Walnut, CA), and Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO).  Before returning to Mongolia, he worked for six years as the director of a program to send North American English teachers to China, Mongolia, Laos, and Vietnam for summer teaching assignments.

Ariunaa Purevjav

ELI Teaching Assistant

Ariunaa Purevjav completed her BA degree in Teaching English at Darkhan Tourism and Language Institute in 2001 and recently earned her BA degree in Business Management emphasis in Human Resource and Organizational Behavior at Brigham Young University of Hawaii. She has 10 years of experience in teaching English to students of all ages. She is passionate about helping others in their progress, including assisting them to accomplish their educational goals. She is committed to continuing to develop skills held in teaching and communicating with others. She is currently completing ELI's Teaching Assistant program.

Enkhjargal Tsogtbayar

ELI Part-Time Instructor

Enkhjargal Tsogtbayar graduated with BA and MA in English-Russian Interpreting from the Mongolian University of Science and Technology. She got her TESOL certificate from Oxford University Press in South Korea and she earned an MAT in TESOL from Carson Newman University in the USA. She has been a teacher of English for 11 years and has taught both in Mongolia and abroad. She considers it an honor to teach Academic English at AUM.

Sainbayar Gundsambuu

ELI Instructor

Sainbayar began working for AUM’s English Language Institute as a part-time Instructor in 2014. He graduated from Orkhon University in 2003 with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Translation and Teaching and earned a Master’s Degree in Linguistics from the University of the Humanities. In 2008, he was awarded a U.S. Department of State Scholarship to attend a workshop at Oregon State University for teachers in the Access to Microscholarship Program. In 2011, he was awarded a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Scholarship (FLTA) at Indiana University. His areas of study included translation, teaching methodologies and American culture. He also works as a Lecturer at the National University of Mongolia and is a Board member of the English Language Teachers’ Association of Mongolia.

Enkhbayar Agvaan-Osor

Finance & Administrative Officer

Enkhbayar joined AUM in May of 2013. She is a graduate of the Institute of Finance and Economics and also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Mongolian University of Science and Technology. She previously worked as an accountant for TTEZ LLC and as a finance officer for the National Committee for AIDS.

Munkhtuya Bayarsaikhan

Office Assistant and Receptionist

Tuya began working at the AUM in June, 2012, having graduated earlier that year from Ikh Zacag University where she majored in Tourism Management. She provided support for all AUM programs, and at the same time, is taking classes in the our English Language Institute. Tuya especially enjoys the bookkeeping aspects of her job, as well as helping students and keeping track of books borrowed from our library.

Oyunchuluun Myagmarjav

Office Assistant and Receptionist

Oyunchuluun has over twenty years of working experience, including secretary to the Governor of the Bayanzurkh District, and in several other government offices. Recently she worked as a project manager for the Mongolian Children’s Aid Foundation. She graduated from the Ural University Ekaterinburg in Russia and from the School of Foreign Language and Culture in Ulaanbaatar in 1990 as a Russian teacher.

Bolor-Erdene Sanjmyatav

ELI Program Assistant

Bolor graduated from University of the Humanities with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Graphic Design. Before coming to AUM she worked for the Ulaanbaatar Clean Air project, a World Bank initiative. She also studied in the U.S. for three months.