Country Representative, Mongolia

Ms. Meloney C. Lindberg is the Foundation’s country representative in Mongolia where she has served since 2009. In Mongolia, the Foundation’s programs advance transparent and accountable governance, enhance citizens’ participation, promote women’s economic rights, engage in regional cooperation, and strengthen responsible environmental resource use. The Foundation works at the national, subnational and urban level in partnership with civil society, academia, government and the private sector.

Meloney Lindberg previously served as the Foundation’s Deputy Country Representative in Sri Lanka, where she managed rule of law programming. She was also the Foundation’s Deputy Country Representative in Afghanistan from 2004-2008, where she was responsible for a diverse set of programs related to the advancement of women and girls through education initiatives. Together, with local Afghan organizations she worked to pilot an awareness-raising program for community leaders on women’s rights within an Islamic perspective. In 2002-2004, she was the Deputy Country Representative in the Philippines where she worked on anti-corruption and access to justice programs.

Education: Meloney Lindberg earned a bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Miami University, and a master’s degree in International and Intercultural Management from the School for International Training, World Learning in Brattleboro, Vermont.