Mongolia | Humphrey Fellow

Bayarmaa has been working with private and state organizations as an architect, planner, lecturer and researcher for more than fifteen years. Since 2008, she has worked for the Union of Mongolian Architects as a secretary general, and for the Mongolian Architecture magazine as an editor. She holds a bachelorís degree in architecture from the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture and a masterís degree from the Mongolian University of Science and Technology. At MIT, she will focus her intellectual energy on understanding how urban and regional planning is carried out in the United States.