Regardless of her past position as a Secretary General at Democratic Party, Oyundari Tsagaan is a well-regarded TV station manager and broadcast journalist in Mongolia. She received a BA Degree in Political Economy in 1993 from the Academy of State and Social Studies. After graduation, she worked at the National Television as a field reporter and a political commentator. Later she worked with National Television's management team as a Program Director for a year starting from 1997, then with Eagle Television, a Mongolian-American Joint venture, for two years as an Assistant general manager and chief operations officer, and also was the spokesperson to a Mongolian Prime Minister in 1998.
She spent 6 years in the U.S.A. between 2002 and 2008, first learning English, and then working at several companies in America including CBS's Local News Station in San Francisco, to grasp American work standards and then incorporate them into work projects; later in 2006, she went to the University of California, Berkeley, and in 2008, earned a masters degree in journalism. She has been a managing director at Mongolian National Public Television between 2009 and 2012.