Tatevik is an experienced Program Manager with a long track record of working in the non-profit organization industry (2010-2020). Equally she has practiced her excellent communication skills in different spheres, being Communication Outreach Consultant at an environmental program at UNDP Armenia (2018-2019), National Consultant at EU funded TRACECA Road Safety Project II (2014-2016). She has also been successfully involved in World Bank projects on road safety being Consultant of Educational Affairs in Road Safety (2010-2012), and National Consultant of AVIS Safe Vehicles Project (2021).
Tatevik is a political scientist specialised in political communications, civil society affairs and by her recent education “EU and its neighbours”. She received her first MA in Political Science at Yerevan State University (2002-2008) and her second advanced MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies at College of Europe in Natolin (2019-2020). Her Master thesis at the College was “The role of the civil society in public policy making in Armenia in the sphere of road safety”.
Tatevik joined College of Europe in Natolin in January 2021. Her current job is precisely related to her latest education obtained at the College. She is responsible for Alumni and Communication affairs at Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA),
Areas of her interest include European affairs with its neighbours, civic participation in developing countries, advocacy, and road safety matters.