Purevsuren Norjinbat is the Project Assistant to various projects and programs of GerHub. She primarily focused on the operations of the Ger Innovation Challenge project.
She has previously worked as a junior Business Analyst for a Salesforce Implementation Project team at the University of British Columbia. As the junior Business Analyst, she developed user personas and helped to develop the future state processes for a student recruitment system. During the summer of 2018, she worked as a Teaching Fellow for the Mongolian Young Scholars Program organized by Zorig Foundation, for which she taught a seminar on Renewable Energy Resources and provided college counselling for select high-schoolers. She lead a team of five, which won the Feeding 9 Billion Challenge 2017, a 24-hour case challenge organized by UBC’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems, in which the team proposed an innovative solution to the food deserts prevalent in Vancouver’s sub-urban sprawl.
Purevsuren is currently pursuing her B.Comm in Business Technology Management Co-op from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.