In her new role as senior vice president, Tetyana Dudka will develop and expand the business strategy, management acumen, and technical programming of Chemonics’ Europe and Eurasia regional business unit.

Tetyana DudkaChemonics is pleased to announce Tetyana Dudka as the new senior vice president of its Europe and Eurasia regional business unit. Ms. Dudka is an accomplished project management advisor, economic growth expert, and international development professional with more than 20 years of experience designing, leading, and supporting successful programs in Europe and Eurasia. Her work in the region has focused on private sector development, institutional reform, investment and export enhancement, and business and trade association development.

As senior vice president at Chemonics, Ms. Dudka will strengthen the strategic leadership, management expertise, and technical programming of the Europe and Eurasia regional business unit, which partners with local governments and institutions to promote strong business environments, good governance practices, and sustainable education programs for adults and children.

“I am excited to bring my regional knowledge and expertise to this role. Having led and supported programs in Ukraine and elsewhere in Europe throughout my 20-year career, I look forward to providing strategic leadership on how to make even more impact in the region,” Ms. Dudka said.

Most recently, Ms. Dudka served as the operations director for Chemonics’ Europe and Eurasia regional business unit, where she led project management, technical capacity, new business, divisional financial administration, and talent management. Prior Chemonics roles include deputy chief of party and chief of party for the USAID Local Investment and National Competitiveness project in Ukraine, as well as senior project management advisor for the USAID Strengthening Tuberculosis Control in Ukraine project.

Before joining Chemonics, Ms. Dudka supported economic growth projects in Ukraine on behalf of Booz Allen Hamilton and DAI. She also served as vice president for international project development at the Regional Business Assistance Center and as the head of the information and marketing department for the Information and Commercial Network.

Ms. Dudka holds an M.S. in computer systems for data processing and management from Kharkiv State Technical University of Radioelectronics in Ukraine.