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Purevsuren NORJINBAT

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.