Tatevik Markosyan is a committed development specialist who has more than seven years of experience in the international development sector. As a public sector specialist knowledgeable in designing innovative and effective initiatives, she helps building strategies to engage youth in socioeconomic development. Her areas of expertise include project designing and management, project strategy, resource mobilization and fundraising, implementing youth and rural development programs, conflict transformation and civil society democracy advancement initiatives, building resilient communities toward climate change impact, usage of ICT to ensure youth engagement and community development. She holds a professional degree from Yerevan State Linguistic University (YSLU) in Russian Philology and English Language. In 2012, she obtained her second MA degree in International NGOs and International Relations from Webster University in Netherlands. Currently Tatevik contributes to the initiatives of UNDP in Armenia, while leading various start-ups as a volunteer.
Project Assistant, UNDP Armenia
Sector: Government and International Institutions
Main Pillar: Youth
Areas of Expertise: Youth Engagement and Sports
Country of Origin: Armenia
City of Residency: Yerevan, Armenia