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Senior Vice President, Europe and Eurasia Regional Business Unit Tetyana Dudka
Tetyana Dudka is the senior vice president of Chemonics’ Europe and Eurasia regional business unit. She joined Chemonics in 2009 and brings more than 20 years of experience leading and supporting development programs in Europe and Eurasia, with a technical focus on market systems development, competitiveness enhancement, institutional reforms, public-private partnerships, investment and trade promotion, enterprise integration, and trade association development. Tetyana served as a chief of party and deputy chief of party for Chemonics’ Local Investment and National Competitiveness project and as a senior project management advisor on Chemonics’ Strengthening Tuberculosis Control, both in Ukraine. Her success in these field office roles brought her to the home office to serve as a project management director in late 2013, and later as the operations director for the Europe and Eurasia region. Prior to joining Chemonics, she served in a variety of roles on economic growth projects in Ukraine including as vice president for International Project Development at the Regional Business Assistance Center. Tetyana has a M.S. in computer systems for data processing and management from Kharkiv State Technical University of Radioelectronics in Ukraine.
by Tetyana Dudka
This post originally appeared in the Council of International Development Companies’ (CIDC) Thought Leadership Compendium. Hunger and food insecurity have steadily worsened throughout the last decade. Climate change — with its cascading effects on crop production and land viability —has exacerbated global food insecurity, and in recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to key agricultural…