||Mané Beglaryan is a management consultant with a background in private sector development having worked for leading consulting companies in Washington, DC. USA. Her main areas of interest are public and private sector management, strategic planning and execution, organizational gap analysis, development and optimization, change initiation and institutionalization, program evaluation. Prior to joining AUA College of Business and Economics, Mané worked on USAID-funded projects in the area of policy and provision of technical assistance for select government ministries and agencies. She has also consulted for the EU Advisory Group to the Republic of Armenia as an expert on tax and customs policy issues to the Ministry of Finance and State Revenue Committee. She was the Head of Office for Chemonics International Armenia branch managing firm’s operations and ties with donor community in Armenia. Mané’s consulting clients include Euromonitor International, UNIDO, UNDP, UN WOMEN Georgia, Counterpart International, Armenian Water and Sewerage Company, etc. Her teaching expertise includes business plan development, organizational efficiency optimization and change management, and leadership and business negotiations. Mané has served as a mentor for U.S. Embassy-sponsored Women’s Mentorship program and has formally advised many graduate students on competency and know-how development, professional goal-setting and attainment, careers advancement patterns across different industries.Mané holds an advanced certificate in Conflict Resolution, Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration, PARCC and is a graduate of Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University and Yerevan State University.