Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan Chief Executive Officer
Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan is an international development leader and writer with 26 years of experience working in public and private spheres in transitional countries across the Balkans and Central Asia with a primary focus on Armenia. His strengths include strategy development, consortium management, program design, fundraising, grant-making, project management, participatory training methods, facilitation and public speaking. Throughout his career, he has specialized in civil society, youth, media, regional studies, the European dimension and peace building. He became the Executive Director of the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) in Armenia in 2007. At EPF, Dr. Ter-Gabrielyan’s responsibilities include leading and implementing large-scale multiple-year projects, overseeing grant management, developing the organization’s strategy and designing programs. Furthermore, he is responsible for fundraising, networking, and representing the Foundation at events and in the media, local and international. Dr. Ter-Gabrielyan has also worked as a Eurasia Program Manager and Senior Policy Advisor at International Alert, an organization working on conflict transformation and peace-building from London.He writes prolifically, contributing fiction and essays in Armenian and Russian, or journalism pieces in Armenian, Russian and English to a variety of media outlets, on topics ranging from international relations to conflict transformation and peace-building to European integration to Armenia’s development issues; etc. He is a developer and editor of several handbooks and manuals, including on anti-corruption, project management, and conflict-sensitive reporting. He has teaching, research and editing experience. He has a Ph.D. in Turkic Linguistics from USSR Academy of Sciences, 1989; MA in Society and Politics from Lancaster University, UK, 1994; and MPA in International Administration from Bowling Green State University, USA, 1996.
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