First Commissioner of Mongolia Pavilion in Venice Biennale in 2015, Gana holds an MA in macro-economic policy from Williams College, MA in the United States. Following her passion, she decided to quit her successful career and established 976 Art Gallery and Mongolian Contemporary Art Support Association in 2012 with the aim to improve competitive capacity of Mongolian artists at domestic and international platforms.
Given very limited resources and risk, Gana worked actively to support contemporary art; united organizations and people to channel their resources and passion. To increase international visibility of Mongolian contemporary art, she had put forward ambitious goals. Within only 5 years of experience in art sector Gana was able to initiate and organize first and second Mongolia participations in Venice Art Biennale and partnered with 8th Asia Pacific Triennial and Documenta 14 to involve Mongolian artists. In Mongolia she organized and curated over 50 exhibitions. Through her initiatives and efforts, more than 40 Mongolian artists were able to receive small and large international grants and participated in various international exhibitions.
In 2016, she was invited to 8 World Summit for Arts and Culture in Malta to speak about her experience of supporting contemporary art during the time of budget deficit and luck of support from the government. She is one of the authors of Daybook, published by Documenta 14.