Our Team

Anna gevorgyan Founder and CEO

Anna holds an MA degree in Lifelong Learning Policy and Management from the University College London Institute of Education (2017) and an MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from the American University of Armenia (2008). She has taught English to adults in various settings and has been leading teacher training schemes for local and international pre- and in-service teachers. She is experienced in higher education program policy and management, both locally and in the context of her work with international organizations. Her research interests include aspects of higher education policy and practice, language teaching and pedagogy, rights-based approach to education.  Since 2019 she has been a part of the Erasmus+ Higher Education Reform Expert team.

Our experts

Edith Soghomonyan

Edith Soghomonyan holds a double degree in Lifelong Learning Policy and Management from the Institute of Education, University College London, UK, and University of Deusto, Spain. Edith’s main fields of expertise include, but are not limited to, monitoring and evaluation of EU-funded capacity building projects on governance, autonomy and internationalization of higher education, academia-business collaboration, and academic mobility of teaching staff and students. She has delivered consultancy and training to national decision makers, QA agencies, higher education institutions and student bodies in Armenia and beyond. Edith has authored and co-authored several policy and research papers on lifelong learning and participatory learning.


Goharik Tigranyan

Goharik Tigranyan holds an MA degree in Human Rights and Democratization from Yerevan State University. Since 2013 she has been working in the field of non-formal education conducting trainings on civic engagement, intercultural communication and human rights. Since 2017, she has been studying the aspects relative to the right to quality education, right-based approach to education, as well as the role of civic education as a component of the right to education and its role in democratic processes. Goharik’s passion is to work with young people and raise their awareness on how to be a good citizen. Her philosophy is- “of course I cannot change the whole world, but I can change my part of it”.

Christina Sargsyan

Christina Sargsyan is a Research Officer at the International Center for Human
Development (www.ichd.org). A graduate of UCL Institute of Education with a European MA in Lifelong Learning Policy and Management, her expertise and passion are in researching education policies with a special focus on their role in social cohesion and gender mainstreaming. Trained as a linguist, she has a 10-year background in training on
communication and negotiation skills, policy analysis and construction of public narratives. Her most recent work includes research and advocacy for elimination of gender-biased sex selection in Armenia.