Dastan Abdyldaev, as a public official and policy maker in the government of Kyrgyzstan, is often in a position to apply his leadership skills and take significant responsibility in policy making for major issues on the national level.
His work at the Prime Minister's office of Kyrgyzstan involved taking the leadership role in implementing and making policies in such areas as economic growth, regional development, investment, and anti-corruption policies. He led a technical group and was in charge of coordinating the preparation and submission of Prime Minister’s 2016 Annual Report to the Parliament on the socio-economic development. Lately, he was responsible for the policy formulation on regional development of his country.
Dastan graduated from Waseda University, Tokyo and currently pursuing MSc Global Governance and Emerging Powers at the University of London Birkbeck. He has been a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow at Syracuse University, NY, USA.