Dr. Hilda Grigorian joined AUA College of Business and Economics in 2013, teaching “Effective Communication” to MBA cohort and “Business Communication” to BAB cohort. Dr. Grigorian has over 25 years of professional experience in private sector in U.S. with over 16 years of experience in International Development arena including 8 years of working for USAID and other donor agencies in Afghanistan, where she served as Senior Development Adviser to the U.S. and NATO Armed forces. As a Subject Matter Expert for Afghanistan, she played a key role in training both civilian and military personnel prior deployment to Afghanistan in the areas of: cultural awareness, communication and ethics.
In May 2011, Dr. Grigorian was recognized by the U.S. Congress for her achievements in Armenia and Afghanistan.
Dr. Grigorian earned her Ph.D. in Public Policy and International NGO Management from Walden University.
- B.S.- Business Administration- University of LaVerne, California, U.S.A.
- MBA- Executive Business Management- University of La Verne, California, U.S.A.
- Ph.D.- Public Policy- The University of Walden, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
- BUS 177- Business Communication
- BUS 301- Communication in the Work Place
- The Importance of Gender Mainstreaming in Sub-National Governance (Case of Armenia)
- The Impact of Gender Mainstreaming to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)- (case of Armenia and Afghanistan)
- Using Corporate Social Responsibility as a tool to tackle rural poverty (case of Armenia)
- Building Sustainability through Capacity Building (Case of Afghanistan)
The Notion of Progress of an Afghan Woman in Society: Moving Beyond Foreign Aid (2016)
Human Trafficking in the Republic of Armenia (2004)
The Impact and importance of Gender Mainstreaming in Developing Countries- UNDP/Pakistan (2007)
Unknown Faith of Armenian NGOs (2002)