Mongol Identity is a nonprofit, non-political Charitable Incorporated Organization (SCIO) registered in Scotland and conducting activities internationally. Mongol Identity is organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educational, and developmental purposes.



Uuganaa Ramsay - UK

Uuganaa Ramsay is the founding Trustee of the Mongol Identity non-profit organization. She is an award-winning author, campaigner and advocate. Uuganaa writes and speaks widely on equality, diversity and inclusion.

Ulziisaikhan Badamsed - Sweden

Ulziisaikhan Badamsed (Fredriksson) is a Russian, English and Swedish language teacher, translator and interpreter. She has been devoted to teaching the importance of retaining and inheriting the Mongolian language and culture for over 20 years.

Zolzaya Bold - Canada

Zolzaya Bold was appointed head of Association Mongolia Canada in 2013 and since then has been working on promoting Mongol arts, culture and history in Canada and eradicating the wrong use of the word Mongol.

Keith Wimbles - UK

Keith worked in the not for profit sector in Scotland for 26 years, before his retirement in 2020. He held senior roles in national and local organisations, where he developed and led funding and learning programmes to build social capital in communities.

Bolortsetseg Minjin - USA

Bolortsetseg Minjin is a geologist and paleontologist. She works with scholars and institutions in all fields of study, documenting and preserving Mongolia’s cultural heritage, and raising the profile of these efforts internationally.

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