Nouneh Sarkissyan is the Managing Director of Internews Armenia. She has worked with a variety of local, regional and international media outlets as a contributor in Armenian, English and Russian. She is a member of the Armenian Union of Journalists and Association of South Caucasus Journalists and board member of Yerevan Press Club.
Artashes Terzyan holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from Moscow University (1988). He has worked in Ryston Investments, Chase Manhattan Bank, Tokai Bank Europe, Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette International, and Commerzbank.
Fund for Armenian Relief
Margarit Piliposyan is the Deputy Country Director of the Fund for Armenian Relief. Previously she was the director of the ‘NGO Center’ civil society development NGO and the Head of the Training and Resource Center of the Armenian Assembly of America. She is a member of the International Program Evaluation Network and a Board member of several NGOs.
Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia
Yeva Hyusyan is the head of Microsoft Innovation Center Armenia (MIC) that aims to promote technology application for new product development and sale through establishment of innovative environment and provision of access to resources, expertise, and facilities for collaboration and skills development. Prior to her work at MIC, Yeva worked for USAID/Armenia as a Program Development Officer with a wide scope of responsibilities ranging from project management to strategy development to a broader role of USAID liaison with government and other donors. In 1997-2000, Yeva was involved in implementation of several World Bank projects aimed at private sector and institutional development in Armenia. She holds an MBA in Corporate Strategy and Economic Policy from Maastricht School of Management, and is also an alumna of Yerevan State University, Department of International Economic Relations.
12 June 2012
The “Forum for 21st Century Leaders” NGO from Armenia along with its partner “The Earth Association” in Turkey organized a workshop in Aghveran, Armenia on May 28-30, 2012 that brought together 12 young environmentalists from a number of civic initiatives and organizations in Turkey and Armenia.
08 June 2012
As part of the “Sweet Confusion – Sweet Sixties” project, the National Association of Art Critics (AICA Armenia), together with Anadolu Kültür, National Armenian Cinema Center, Armenia Turkey Cinema Platform and tranzit.at, will hold screenings of a number of Armenian and Turkish films and a cinema and cultural critics’ conference on June 11-13 in Nairi Cinema in Yerevan.