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Jennet Akmyradova – Deputy Director at the Central Asia Program. Jennet has a diverse background in the field of education ranging from state and private institutions in Turkmenistan to non-profit organizations in Washington D.C., primarily in project management, curriculum development, research, teaching, and exchange programs. She received her M.S. in Educational Leadership with a focus in International Education from Syracuse University and B.A. in Philology, Pedagogy, and Translation from the Turkmen National Institute of World Languages. Being originally from the region, Jennet is passionate about contributing to the development of Central Asia through improving regional awareness, research and communication.
Aitolkyn Kourmanova – Senior Editor of Central Asian Analytical Network (CAAN), Voices on Central Asia and UZ Analytics. She is an expert on economic policy in Central Asia, and authored several studies on regional economic cooperation, trade, commodity and financial markets. She also has an extensive media management experience. She has a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Al-Farabi Kazakh National University and Executive MBA from HEC Paris. At Central Asia Program, she manages online content, media, and communications.
Justin Lew – Central Asia Program Assistant. Justin Lew is a first year graduate student at the Elliott School of International Affairs studying international development. Prior to joining the Central Asia Program, he completed a service term with Americorps serving at-risk youth in the DC Metro Area. Justin received his BA in International Studies from Pepperdine University. In his free time, he likes to kayak and care for his Hawaiian shrimp aquarium.