She shared how, initially, she and her husband started at the same English as an International Language (EIL) level, which required them to take many of the same classes.
“Most of our classes were overlapping, so it was very difficult for us to find babysitters. Sometimes, one of us had to skip classes or have to take our children to the classes.”
She also learned not to be afraid of making mistakes, and everyone is equal from her working experience, she added.
Leslie Harper, the Sustainability Center’s manager, said, “Chimgee is a very busy wife and mother. With all she has done, she was hesitant to accept the position as manager of the Give and Take. It was obvious to all that her focus was on serving others and making a difference in people’s lives. She was an excellent manager and will be a great asset in the future.”
Dreaming big for the future
Chimedregzen majored in social work and wants to become an expert who works with children whose rights are oppressed, which she wishes to do in Mongolia.
“There are many children who are suffering and do not know how to protect themselves and where to go to ask for help. Children are the future, so I want to help them.”
In the future, she wants to establish a school where she can prepare bright, future leaders for her country. In the long run, she wants to extend her school to different countries.