Ugyen Tshomo is the Chief Programme Officer at the National Commission for Women and Children, Royal Government of Bhutan. With a Master’s in Management from the University of Canberra, Australia, she leads Bhutan’s gender agenda, ensuring gender and inclusion mainstreaming in workplace practices in alignment with RGOB’s accountability frameworks and gender strategy. Ugyen implements gender-responsive projects, advocates for policy changes, and fosters strategic partnerships to advance gender equality and inclusion. She coordinates country reports to international conventions, provides technical assistance, and conducts awareness campaigns on gender and child protection issues. With extensive research experience and publications on gender, climate change, and the impact of COVID-19 on women and children, Ugyen is a member of various professional networks and has received certifications and trainings globally on gender mainstreaming, leadership, and violence prevention. She continuously builds capacity among stakeholders and contributes to policy development and implementation to promote gender equality and protect the rights of women and children in Bhutan.