Anna's interdisciplinary research, teaching and professional experience focuses on the intersection of sustainable food systems, global development, and social policies. Her interests are underlying structural causes of poverty and hunger; rights-based approach to development; the right to adequate food; women's rights; gender; sustainable livelihoods; local food systems; governance of natural resources; civil society and social movements.
Anna Jenderedjian regularly consults various organizations. Her recent assignments covered the topics of food and nutrition security, women and children, civil society, climate change, and social impact assessment and community consultation for the World Bank, Grant Thornton, University of Coventry, and Hohenheim University. She has extensive experience working for environmental non-profit organizations in Armenia and Georgia (Armenia Tree Project, REC Caucasus, Caucasus Environmental NGO Network), as well in environmental education for U.S. Peace Corps Armenia.
Ph.D. in Agriculture, Hohenheim University, Stuttgart, Germany
MSc in Environmental Sciences and Policy, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
M.A. in Psychology, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia
B.A. in Psychology, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia