Ariel Wyckoff

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"Mr. Ariel Wyckoff has been involved with Friends of Mongolia since late 2005. He currently works at the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Office of Regional Security and Policy. He formerly worked at the IRS for about 2 years, in addition to his prior experience with the following: The George Washington University Writing Center, Program for International Studies at Asia, Save the Children UK in Mongolia, the U.N. Environment Program (Regional Office of North America), and 2 years as an environmental advocate and field manager for fund-raising with CalPIRG and USPIRG. He has also done some volunteer work with the Traditional Support Caravan material aid group for the Dineh/Navajo, as a fund-raiser and organizer. Ariel taught with Japan Exchange and Teaching (in Mizusawa, Iwate prefecture) and served as a Peace Corps TEFL Volunteer in Dornod, Mongolia from 2000-2002. Ariel received a B.A. in English from UCLA, and an M.A. in International Development from the George Washington University. Among his other duties as a Board Member, he serves as a community liaison with the Mongolian School of the National Capital Area, the Young Mongolian Professionals Association, and the Mongolian Community Association of the Washington, DC Area. He has previously served as Co-Director, Treasurer, and Membership Coordinator of Friends of Mongolia." [1]

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  1. Board, Friends of Mongolia, accessed December 19, 2010.