Marc has been a Business Development Specialist for the last 20 years focusing on inter-cultural and international projects. He has a Masters of Global Management from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC, and a Masters of International Business Administration from the Munich University of Applied Science.
During his career he has worked with clients in 10 countries, leading projects related to commercial finance, e-commerce, physical and network security, pharmaceutical distribution, apprenticeship and trades development, immigration and settlement, entrepreneurship, cultural and community development.
Current projects include the development of a National Archeological Database in partnership with the Smithsonian Institute and a design and implementation of a new national library management and training system for over 460 municipal libraries across Mongolia. He oversees the development projects such as implementation of PMI into Mongolian University curriculum. Also he facilitates the chapter’s advanced project management training workshops and custom tailored training programs.
He is currently in Mongolia as the Resident Director of the American Center for Mongolian Studies, exploring new areas for research and academic collaboration between North America and Mongolia Administration from Institute of Finance and Economics.
Batchimeg has more than 10 years of experience in Project engineering, Planning and Project Management. She has Bachelor degree in Management of Power Engineering and Internal Auditor certification from Standardization and Metrology Agency in Mongolia. She has worked in wide range of projects including Energy project, Coal to Liquid Project, Urban Development Project and implementation of Project Management Office.