Marina Krivoshlykova is a Principal Global Practice Manager for DAI’s Private Sector Development and Skills practice. She has more than 20 years of experience in private sector development including enterprise development, trade and competitiveness, entrepreneurship, value chain/market systems development, and end market analysis in a wide range of manufacturing, agricultural, and services sectors. Marina served as Team Leader on a variety of assignments in the field involving design, implementation, and impact evaluation of private sector development projects and has worked in Southeast Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and the former Soviet Union. As home office Project Team Lead, she provided technical and management oversight to donor-funded private sector development and business enabling environment projects in Cambodia, Croatia, Moldova, and Ukraine. From 2007 to 2010 she was the Deputy Chief of Party for a donor-funded Washington-based research project on best practices in value chain development and impact evaluation of private sector development projects, where she oversaw research studies, developed best practice tools, and led impact assessments.

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