Dharamsala : On 30th June, a modest congratulatory cum farewell function was hosted by the Tibetan parliament–in-Exile, for Mrs. Yeshi Chodon on her promotion from the position of Joint Secretary to Additional Secretary as well as her transfer to the office of History Documentation and Interim Placement Section under the Kashag (Cabinet) Secretariat from Tibetan Parliamentary Secretariat.
She first worked at Bandara Norgeyling Tibetan Settlement in 1977 as a departmental staff. She was later appointed as a staff of Central Tibetan Administration in August 1990.She then went on to serve as an accountant for various departments. On 3rd May 1993, she joined the Department of Information and International Relations. Thereafter, she joined the Department of Religion and Culture, where she served from 1994 to 2001. From July 2001 to 2004, she served under the Department of Home and was later transferred to Tibetan Reception Center, Dharamsala. In 2005, she was again transferred to the Department of Information and International Relation. On 1st November, 2010, she joined the Tibetan Parliamentary Secretariat, where she has been serving until now.
Khenpo Sonam Tenphel, Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, on behalf of the both the members of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile and the staffs of Parliamentary Secretariat, expressed gratitude for her sincerity and public-spiritedness throughout her services and especially for the flawless accounting work during her tenure at Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile. He also presented her a ceremonial scarf and a small memento.
She shared her experiences from her tenure years and expressed her gratitude for being able to serve there for the past 7 years.
She will be joining the office of History Documentation and Interim Placement Section under the Kashag (Cabinet) Secretariat as the Additional Secretary on 1st July.