Kinga Tshering served in the public sector for 23 years in the Kingdom of Bhutan, most recently as the Member of Parliament in the National Assembly. He has experience in legislation, organization building with formation of Bhutan Power Corporation (BPC), Bhutan Electricity Authority (BEA) and Druk Holding and Investments (DHI). He also has experience in the financial sector, banking, energy and infrastructure projects in the capacity of a CEO and a Board Member.
Kinga led corporate restructuring, change management, strategy, and social enterprises, and is looking forward to making a profound impact and transformative change on the society through activism in democracy, innovation in governance, and integration of the happiness index into mainstream economic theory and development works in the emerging nations.
Kinga was a Fulbright Fellow while pursuing his Bsc. in Engineering at the University of Kansas, a Dispute Resolution Fellow at the Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution while pursuing his MBA at Pepperdine University, and is now a Ford Foundation Mason Fellow in the Mid Career Masters in Public Administration program at the Harvard Kennedy Schoo
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