Joined Valmont in 1992 with a background in agriculture and industrial engineering. Having 27 years’ experience developing mechanized irrigation project around the world. Overseeing educational programs that teach Valley customer the benefits and capabilities of our equipment for maximum crop production.
Rose works with the Secretariat of ADB’s South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) Program. She is responsible for ADB’s trade facilitation program in Bhutan, and also leads subregional SASEC initiatives in customs valuation, and sanitary/phytosanitary and technical barriers to trade in South Asia. Rose previously worked with the Secretariat of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Program, focusing on development effectiveness and results delivery.
Brian Kiger provides strategic leadership and guidance to teams working towards shared goals and objectives in challenging working environments using evidence-based learning approaches and real-time performance management tools. He has a wide range of experience, from volunteering on, to leading, projects and organizations with multi-million dollar operational budgets in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. He leads teams to identify motivations, incentives and demands that pull investments to drive social change among different population segments and markets, typically through enabling the pursuit of interests and profits. Currently, Brian Kiger is the Head Representative for DAI in Uzbekistan working on a USAID-funded value chain project to improve stakeholders’ abilities to grow, harvest, sort, pack, store, and market select horticultural crops.
Dr. E. Fayzullaeva has over 20 years of comprehensive knowledge and experience in the development arena. She has a significant expertise in evaluation, research and policy analysis of international and national programs, gender analysis of diverse sectors of economy, inclusive of finance, energy, water supply, agriculture and rural development banking, education, healthcare, housing, mass media.
She has over 20 year on-hand experience of management and consultancy for international development agencies (UN, USAID, international financial institutions, embassies), designing, reviewing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating national and multi-country development projects with cross-cutting objectives, focused on human rights (inclusive of women’s and child’s rights), gender equality and reduction of inequality.
A considerable list of publications in international and national editions, the latest of which (2018) includes “Uzbekistan Country Gender Assessment Update” (funded by ADB).
Tomasz Braczkowski – Specialist in the field of Lighting Techniques in Spectro Color, Member of the CIE Light Organization, Representative in Poland TechnoTeam Bildverarbeitung GmbH, Trainer in the field of Light Physics.
Career: 12 years of experience in the measuring industry like a specialist in lighting technology.
During his management, the Continental Logistics Shymkent LLP had completed “Construction of Transport and Logistics Center in Shymkent” investment project; increased dry warehouse storage capacity from 26% to 100%, and climate warehouse storage capacity from 30% to 70%; increased cargo turnover of a container terminal from 50 to 250 wagons per month, and that of a temporary storage warehouse – from 1,500 to 3,000 vehicles per month.