Head of Quality Assurance Department

Anano Gorgodze

Head of Quality Assurance Department

Email: a.gorgodze@gipa.ge

Experienced Faculty Member with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations as well as Private and Public Sector, Analytical Skills, Research, Editing, Public Speaking, Leadership and Management. Strong consulting professional with a Master focused in Public Administration from Georgian Institute of Public Affairs. Currently involved in PhD studies with the focus of educational and labor market interconnection.

Projects:

2016-2017: Coordinator of The Netherlands Government (NFP) funded tailor made training project – Developing the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA) as an Entrepreneurial University;

2016-2017: Coordinator of research – “Identifying Key Performance Indicators for GIPA”;

2014-2015: Technical Coordinator of Project – “Presidential Collegium for State Arrangement” funded by the Reserve Fund of President of Georgia;

2013-2015: Project Manager, Contract between Municipality of Östhammar in Sweden and GIPA – Georgian Institute for public affairs;

2014: Project manager, USAID: Policy, Advocacy, and Civil Society Development in Georgia (G–PAC), East West Management Institute – “Development of Georgian Case Studies”;

2013: Project coordinator, USAID: Policy, Advocacy, and Civil Society Development in Georgia (G–PAC), East West Management Institute – “Development of the Organizational Theory Course”.

Researches and Publications:

“Georgian Public Service – Problems and Opportunities” (Qualitative Research) – Research Team Member (May, 2014);

4th International Blue Black Sea Congress, Paper: “Fundamental Problems of Local Government in Georgia” (November, 2013);

Diploma Thesis: “Volunteering in Georgia – the level of students’ awareness, their activities, development trends and legislative framework” (Qualitative and Quantitative research) (June, 2012);

“Political parties in Georgia – Analysis of local elections and election programs” (Qualitative Research) (June, 2010).