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TLDG Welcomes Nataliya Brantly As A New Learning Coordinator!
Monday, October 20, 2014

Nataliya comes to the TLDG with 5 years of experience at two large state institutions of higher learning where she managed departmental operations, personnel, finance, and various projects. At the University of Maryland, Nataliya worked as the coordinator of finance and personnel for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. She managed all departmental state-funded accounts, developed and implemented a comprehensive digital filling system, and led multiple sustainability and Green Office initiatives. Previously, Nataliya worked at The University of Georgia’s Center for the Study of Global Issues (Globis) in the Department of Public and International Affairs. While at Globis, Nataliya managed the financial and logistical aspects of the “Triad Track II Seminar on Peace Building and Reintegration of Korean Peninsula”, bringing delegates from the United States, the Republic of Korea and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) for five days of dialogue to Athens, GA. 

Nataliya was born in Lviv, Ukraine. Nataliya has a degree in Business Administration and Economics from Lviv Polytechnic National University and a Master’s of Business Administration from Piedmont College. She was an Assistant Program Officer in the International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Eurasia division. While at IRI, she managed the Ukrainian Presidential Secretariat exchange program with the White House and an East West Political Party development program. She served as an election observer in Tbilisi, Georgia in 2008 and as a representative of IRI during the 2009 Moldovan parliamentary elections. She was a representative of IRI at conferences and meetings of various International Organizations relating to Eurasian affairs. She previously worked abroad in Ukraine and Germany and is fluent in Ukrainian, Russian, and English, and proficient in Polish and German. Nataliya was a staff member for Ukraine’s largest youth civil society development organization, Youth Community Action Network (Youth CAN), where her primary focus was on project design and management, gender issues and cultural diversity.

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