NAMBC Founder Jalsa Urubshurow re-joins Board of Directors at 2015 AGM  

Jalsa Urubshurow, one of the original founders of the NAMBC in 1990, was again elected to the Board of Directors at our 25th Anniversary Annual General Meeting in Washington DC on April 21. He earlier had served as NAMBC Chairman for six years and as a board member for 17 years. All NAMBC officers and incumbent directors were reelected, except for three retirements. Chairman Pam Slutz noted with deep appreciation for their distinguished service the retirement of Myrna Ann Adkins (Spring Institute), Layton Croft (Peabody) and Tsevegmid Tumentsogt (GE). 

Jalsa is founder and CEO of Nomadic Expeditions & the Three Camel Lodge in the South Gobi. He has been the foremost leader in promoting sustainable tourism in Mongolia for a quarter century. Jalsa was named the “World’s Top Travel Specialist” for Mongolia by Condé Nast Traveler for the past six consecutive years. National Geographic Traveler honored Jalsa’s Three Camel Lodge as one of the “25 World’s Best Lodges” in 2013 and the Three Camel Lodge recently was added to the prestigious list of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. Mr. Urubshurow also served as a judge for the 2011- 2014 Tourism For Tomorrow Award of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). He received the Order of Polar Star from the President of Mongolia for his leadership in sustainable tourism.


Jalsa Urubshurow
Nomadic Expeditions