Anna Jenderedjian obtained a PhD in Agriculture from the University of Hohenheim (Germany) in 2015. Her work focused on the involvement of marginalized and discriminated against groups, such as women and the poor in food and nutrition interventions by civil society organizations in Armenia and Georgia. She has an MSc in Environmental Sciences and Policy from the Central European University in Budapest (Hungary), and an MA in Psychology from Yerevan State University (Armenia). She has more than ten years of consulting expertise on the development of social and environmental policies and social impact assessment of planned projects. Her research interests include food security, development intervention, grassroots action and inequality.
- Aleksandr Grigoryan PhD (Senior Fellow)
- Mane Sargsyan (Fellow)