Commissioner

 

 

Maia Melikidze

Date of birth: August 26, 1981 1981.

Education:

2015  - Harward University, Hardward Business School Boston, USA, Master’s Program – Global Strategic Management

2000 -2005 – Georgian Technical University, majoring in international economy law.

2006 - European School of Management, course – International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Tax Accounting

2005 - 2006 – Certified Program for managers – Business Administration

2004 – Training course – Supporting Small and Medium size Businesses, Israel

2003 – Training course – Business English (ESOL), Cambridge University, UK.

2001 - Training course – Public Administration, NDI;

2001 - Training course – Democracy and Civil Society, CEP;

2001 - Training course  - International Labour Law, CEP;

2001 - Training course CEP.

 

Professional Background:

2001-2002 – State Chancellery Office of Georgia, Department of Economic Reforms

2003-2004 – Millennium Challenge Georgia  (MCG), project manager/coordinator;

July, 2004 – July, 2008, ERNST & YOUNG, Audit and Consultation Business Service, chief auditor.

July, 2008 – November, 2009, JSC Bank of Georgia, tax expert;

November, 2009 - December, 2013 – JSC Libety Bank, deputy head of Budgeting and IFRS Reporting Department;

December, 2013 – March, 2016 – JSC Liberty Bank, head of the Department of Coordination of IFRS and NBG-related Issue;

March, 2016 – June, 2017, Administration of the President of Georgia, adviser in the economic issues.

On June 30, 2017, Ms. Melikidze was appointed as a Commissioner at the Georgian National Electricity and Water Supply Commission.

 

Academic Background:

October, 2012 (to date) – Illya State University, business school, lecturer of banking and financial services;

October, 2016(to date) -  Silicon Valley Tbilisi, Associated Professor of Business and Technological University.

 

Awards:

2001 – First degree diploma for the presentation – ‘’Privatization and Related Procedures in Georgia’’, Caucasus symposium – Economic Reforms, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Additional information:

2005 - 2012 Invited expert /trainer/project consultant in different non-governmental and international organizations: International Republican Institute (IRI), Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES), Friedrich Naumann Foundation; Heinrich Boell Foundation; Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF); VVD International;

2005 – Founder of  Women’s Democracy Network IRI

Languages: English, German and Russian

Married, two children