Lobsang Nyandak Age, Affairs, Net Worth and Full Wiki:

Lobsang Nyandak Age, Affairs, Net Worth and Full Wiki: Lobsang Nyandak, sometimes written Lobsang Nyendak (Tibetan: བློ་བཟང་སྙན་གྲགས, Wylie: blo bzang snyan grags) also called Lobsang Nyandak Zayul (Tibetan: བློ་བཟང་སྙན་གྲགས་རྫ་ཡུལ, Wylie: blo bzang snyan grags rdza yul) is a Tibetan diplomat and politician. born in 1965 in Kalimpong, India where he performed his studies in Herbertpur and at Panjab University in Chandigarh.

Lobsang Nyandak Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Full Bio

There, he held functions at Tibetan Youth Congress before becoming the founding Executive Director of the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy. Member of the National Democratic Party of Tibet, he was elected deputy and was selected as a minister by Samdhong Rinpoche (Lobsang Tenzin), the first elected Kalon Tripa of Central Tibetan Administration (CTA). He then was the Representative of the 14th Dalai Lama to the Americas and became president of The Tibet Fund. Let’s check Lobsang Nyandak Full Biography.

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President Tibet Fund
Finance Minister of the Central Tibetan Administration
In office
2001–2006
Prime MinisterLobsang Tenzin
Preceded bySöpa Gyatso
Succeeded byTsering Dhondup
Health Minister of the Central Tibetan Administration
In office
2001–2005
Prime MinisterLobsang Tenzin
Preceded bySamkhar Yangkee Dhashi
Succeeded byThupten Lungrik
Foreign Minister of the Central Tibetan Administration
In office
2005–2006
Prime MinisterLobsang Tenzin
Preceded byLobsang Tenzin
Succeeded byKesang Yangkyi Takla
Personal details
BornLobsang Nyandak
15 December 1965 (age 55)
Kalimpong, India
Political partyNational Democratic Party of Tibet
Alma materPanjab University
OccupationPolitician
Known forFounding director of Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy

Early life and education of Lobsang Nyandak

Nyandak was born in Kalimpong, India in 1965 to a Tibetan refugee family. He completed his elementary and high school education at SFF Tibetan School in Herbertpur, India, a school for children of Tibetan families recruited into the Special Frontier Force (SFF). Nyandak graduated from Panjab University in Chandigarh, India, with a B.A. and a B.Ed. in 1986.

Career

Tibetan Youth Congress (1988-1995)

Nyandak served as General Secretary of the Regional Tibetan Youth Congress (RTYC) in Chandigarh, India (1987-89). Nyandak became Executive Secretary and Joint Secretary of the Central Executive Committee (Centrex) of the Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) (1990-92) and later took over as General Secretary of TYC (1992-1995).

Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (1996-2001)

Nyandak was the founding Executive Director of the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD), a non-governmental human rights organisation established in January 1996 in Dharamsala. He represented Tibetans at international conferences, such as in 1997 at the the UN Human Rights Commission; in 1998 at a conference-debate on Human Rights and Asian values organized by International Federation for Human Rights and Wei Jingsheng on the sidelines of the UN Human Rights Commission session in Geneva; in 2001 at the World Conference against Racism in South Africa. Following his appointment as minister in 2001, Nyandak served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the TCHRD from 2001 until 2004.

Deputy (1996-2001)

In 1996, Nyandak was elected to the Tibetan Parliament, to represent the province of Kham in Eastern Tibet. During this period, Nyandak also served as Vice President and Secretary of the Executive Committee of the National Democratic Party of Tibet.

Minister (2001-2006)

In 2001, Nyandak was appointed as a Minister (Kalon) during the first tenure of Samdhong Rinpoche (Lobsang Tenzin), the first elected Prime Minister (Kalon Tripa) of the Central Tibetan Administration. As a Kalon, Nyandak was in charge of three departments: the Department of Information and International Relations (2005-2006), the Department of Finance (2001-2006) and the Department of Health (2001-2005).

As Minister of International Relations, Nyandak served as a member of the Task Force of the Sino-Tibetan Dialogue from 2005 to 2006 [fr] and again from 2012 to present.

As Minister of Finance, Nyandak oversaw the overall financial health of the CTA and established Tibetan business bodies, including the Tibetan Chamber of Commerce. During this time period, Nyandak also served as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the CTA’s Social and Resource Development Fund (SARD) and Managing Trustee of the Dalai

Representative of the 14th Dalai Lama (2008-2013)

Nyandak moved to the United States with his family in 2007 and joined the Tibet Fund as its Development Director in 2008 until he was appointed as the Representative of the 14th Dalai Lama at the Office of Tibet in the United States from September 2008 to 2013. He was responsible for organizing visits of the Dalai Lama to North America, including arranging meetings with leaders and educators.

Tibet Fund (2013-present)

In 2013, Nyandak was appointed as the Executive Director of the Tibet Fund, and in 2017, he became President of the organization.

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