Bolormaa Amgaabazar is the World Bank Country Manager for the Kyrgyz Republic, starting her assignment in August 2017. Ms. Amgaabazar will oversee the Bank’s program in the country and lead policy dialogue with government counterparts, civil society, and other partners.
Prior to this position, Ms. Amgaabazar was the World Bank Country Representative for Timor-Leste (since 2014) and was responsible for leading the Bank’s dialogue with the Government of Timor-Leste towards the twin goals of reducing poverty and increasing shared prosperity.
Ms. Amgaabazar joined the World Bank in 2004 and worked in the East Asia and Pacific and Africa regions of the Bank. She was a task team member of the community-development project in Indonesia and was responsible for its implementation in the eastern parts of the country with a special focus on Papua and West Papua provinces. In 2008, she relocated to Washington, D.C., while continuing her work on Indonesia from the Headquarters in the position of the Country Officer. In 2011, she moved to the Africa Region of the Bank as Senior Operations Officer for Sudan and South Sudan, based in Nairobi.
Ms. Amgaabazar is a Mongolian national. In addition to her native language, she is fluent in Russian, English, Bahasa Indonesia and has an intermediate level of French and Mandarin.
Ms. Amgaabazar holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands and a Bachelor’s degree in Trade Economics from the Lviv Institute of Trade and Economics in Ukraine.