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Join us to learn how non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are being used in regenerative finance to create a more sustainable future in Mongolia.

Did you know? Mongolia’s citizens are granted a birthright of 1.2 acres of land, a significant portion of which remains unused. As the 18th largest country by land mass, Mongolia grapples with severe environmental challenges such as deforestation, desertification, and air pollution.

Recognizing this unique scenario, Gerelmaa Georgina Batchuluun, a financial mathematician, and Peter Choe, a computer science engineer founded ORDA – an innovative ReFi (Regenerative Finance) platform that merges ESG principles with cutting-edge fintech solutions to capitalize on this $2 billion opportunity while creating positive social impact.

By harnessing the potential of the voluntary carbon market, which is poised for explosive growth, ORDA aims to address both environmental issues and financial potential. Conservative estimates forecast the voluntary carbon market to exceed a value of US$50 billion by 2050.

In this one-hour fireside chat, Georgina shares her vision of paving the way for a groundbreaking approach to regenerative finance using non-fungible tokens (NFTs) through ORDA. Leveraging transparent verification and near-instantaneous transactions, ORDA’s global platform enables the efficient and inclusive acquisition of premium natural resource-based carbon credits, including reforestation, restoration of nomadic grassland, agroforestry, and more. By investing in ORDA, angel investors have the extraordinary opportunity to support a sustainable future while unlocking substantial financial returns.

Brought to you by artist, Jana Ireijo, the Oak+Pine Community and Gather Co-Working, this session aims to onboard more women into technology, Web3 and the world of NFTs. It will be led by Ellen Ng, founder of Inoa.

Seats are limited so RSVP as soon as you can (ticket sales end on 9/11, Monday, 6PM HST)!

About the Speaker

Gerelmaa Georgina Batchuluun is CEO of Steppe Group and ORDA. Under her leadership, Steppe Group operates in the USA, South Korea, and Mongolia in vibrant areas such as capital markets, ICT, and fintech. She has worked at the OECD on economic policy, investment, corporate governance, sustainable development, and innovation.

Georgina finished dual degrees at KAIST, one of the prestigious science and technology schools, with mathematical science and management. She finished her Master’s at the University of Versailles with honors specializing in Innovation Management.

Georgina initiated ICT and Digital Economy committee at AmCham Mongolia and served as a chairwoman till 2023. She also worked as the ICT and Digital Economic Advisor to the Mongolian Minister of Foreign Affairs and is a founding member and sitting on the Board of Directors at Mongolian Fintech Association and founder of Frontier Fintech Summit.

About the Moderator

Ellen Ng is the founder of Inoa, a strategic advisory firm dedicated to helping creators, businesses, nonprofits and civic organizations learn about and leverage the power of non-fungible tokens and e-commerce. Prior to Inoa, Ellen worked for the State Government of Hawaii, managing the Digital Currency Innovation Lab. Her global corporate experience in technology include stints with LG Electronics and Samsung. Ellen was selected by Pacific Business News as a 40 Under 40 Honoree (Class of 2021). www.inoa.ai


Artist Jana Ireijo was born in Honolulu, Hawai’i, and is of Chinese, Okinawan, and Polynesian descent. She is the founder of Mural Ethos: Vanishing Murals. Using non permanent mediums such as charcoal from wildfires and earth pigments, Mural Ethos creates “vanishing” murals which illustrate the effects of the environment due to climate change, as well as the corresponding issue of environmental justice. The murals are temporary and return to earth with the elements.

Recent works include a Vanishing Coral Reef mural for The Nature Conservancy in Maui, which has also been curated by Judy Chicago into the Turner Carroll Gallery’s “Solstice: Create Art for Earth” exhibition in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Jana graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and an MFA in Painting from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. www.vanishingmurals.com

The Oak + Pine Society is a community of local female entrepreneurs designing life on their terms. www.oakpineco.com

Gather Co-Work is an inclusive space with a mission to help female entrepreneurs thrive, through the provision of a conducive environment, a supportive community of like-minded women and access to a network of expert coaches. www.gathercoworking.com

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