Amarzaya Naran is an international development consultant. Most recently, she served as the Women’s Business Center project manager, and the Governance program deputy manager of The Asia Foundation's office in Mongolia. In past positions, Amarzaya worked on service delivery and governance reforms, managed programs and grants in governance and law, as well as supporting The Asia Foundation’s regional cooperation activities. In cooperation with Stanford University’s Center for Deliberative Democracy and the Ulaanbaatar municipality, she facilitated the organization of the Mongolia’s first deliberative poll in 2015. Previously, as The Asia Foundation in Mongolia’s Head of External Communications, Amarzaya led outreach and public awareness efforts under the Mongolia Anti-Corruption Support Project and managed a nationwide anti-human trafficking campaign under the Combating Trafficking in Persons Project supported by the US Department of State to monitor and combat trafficking in persons. She participated in the Melbourne Forum in 2019.