Maya Eristavi

Maya works for G4G, USAID project from 2015 with the responsibility of developing business associations, gender empowerment and youth integration in order to effectively involve them in the country’s economic policy development and advocacy for reforms. Under Maya’s direction, establishment of Economic Policy Advocacy Coalition (EPAC) occurred on 15 September 2015 in Tbilisi, Georgia, in which business associations, chambers of commerce, and think tanks signed a memorandum of cooperation with the mission of promoting a business enabling environment through a constructive dialogue between the public and private sectors. EPAC unites 65 business support organizations.

Before joining the project, Maya was representing the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Georgia) as a Deputy Executive Director. Maya has 15 years of experience in local and international organizations including: Amcham, DLA Piper, and TBC Bank.