Her name is Anush Edward Begloian. She is from Armenia. She has over 15 years of work experience in a number of international, business, state, and non-governmental organizations. She can be seen as a power-packed icon for women across the globe, contributing to her country’s growth alongside her own excellent career growth. in fact she has focussed more on teamwork throughout rather than focusing on achieving individual goals. A humble co-author who has authored many development projects for promoting the business sector in her country, Armenia, she has also been deputy director of the Armenian Enterprises Incubator Fund where she was aggressively involved in initiating, drafting, and implementing a number of World Bank Projects in her country.
Hi Anush, and a very warm welcome to Blogcritics. How about starting with a summary of your impressive career?
Since 1995 I've occupied various administrative and managerial positions in the spheres of staff management, financial management, and development of small and medium businesses, particularly in the field of Information Technologies. Since 2000 I co-authored of a number of development projects, aimed at promotion of the business sector in Armenia and participated in drafting and implementing a number of World Bank projects as a deputy director of Armenian Enterprises Incubator Fund. In 2003-2004 worked as the manager of the Program Department in the All-Armenian Foundation "Hayastan." From 2003 to March 2008 I was APRA Executive Director. In April 2008 I assumed a new assignment at Armentel CJSC Executive Office as a Head of Public Relations Services.
What are your professional specialities?
Marketing Communication, Public Relations, Government Relations, Fundraising, Business Plan Development, Industry Research, Project Management, Financial Management, Government Lobbying, Mediation.
Starting your career back in 1995, you have worked with the UN High Commissioner Office, World Bank, and French University among other organizations of global repute; which among them would you rate as your best tenure and why?
Every stage of my career was a step ahead, challenging [me] to learn and develop myself. Therefore every time I moved to a new workplace it seemed that I have never had such a wonderful job before. Anyway soon I found out that the best feeling is that you are moving ahead. So now I know that the best tenure is always the place that awaits me somewhere in the future. Every move was a preparation now for a next step [and] for a bigger challenge.