Tsolmon has dual responsibility for delivering our Child Protection Program and ensuring Save the Children effectively advocates for children’s rights within Mongolian society, in the media and in the processes of governmental policy development.

Tsolmon joined Save the Children in 2013, and has since directed two Young Voices projects, engaging 3,427 young Mongolians in advocacy against violence, neglect, discrimination, corruption and poverty. She led the implementation of the  Budget Analysis for Children Project and administered the implementation of WB-funded social accountability projects in ten provinces as well as in Ulaanbaatar. She coordinates the collaboration with  The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, including the supplementary report. She led the research of the Child Rights Situation Analysis, both in 2018 and in 2020. In addition, she worked as one of the key contributors to Child Rights and Child Protection Laws of Mongolia, and actively led the CSOs in combatting violations of children’s rights.

Previously, Tsolmon worked at UNICEF Mongolia as its Program Associate on policy analysis and participation, communication, water and sanitation from 2005 to 2011. She also served as the Editor-in-chief of the National Geographic Kids Mongolia magazine from 2011 to 2013.

Tsolmon holds a M.A. in International Law. She is currently  pursuing her Ph.D. from the National University of Mongolia. At the same time, she is associating as a human rights researcher.

Tsolmon is passionate about equity, social justice and advocating for systemic changes.