GEO

Mamuka Tsereteli

Board Member
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2018 Appointment Date

Mamuka Tsereteli was elected as a member of supervisory board of JSC Liberty Bank in December 2018. Dr. Tsereteli is the president of America-Georgia Business council, founder and principal of Georgian House of Greater Washington, LLC, and Senior Research fellow at Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at American Foreign Policy Council.
He also serves as a member of the part time faculty at American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC and John Hopkins SAIS.

Until May 11, 2013 he served as Director for the Center for Black Sea-Caspian Studies at School of International Service (SIS) at American University.

Previously he served as an assistant professor (2007-2011), and a member of the adjunct faculty (2002-2007) at American University.

Dr. Tsereteli also served as a member of the part time faculty at Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University in 2006-2007, where he taught classes on Energy and National Security. 

Dr. Tsereteli for 12 years served as an Executive Director of America-Georgia Business Council (AGBC). He currently serves as president of the organization. The Council is the major instrument for promotion of the US business interests in Georgia, as well as US-Georgian trade and economic partnerships. Dr. Tsereteli developed the themes and concepts for each of the twenty annual conferences of the AGBC and they became the most popular forum for public-private dialog on the issues of the US-Georgian economic partnership. In addition to the annual conferences, Dr. Tsereteli organized and hosted multiple brainstorming and strategic planning sessions for the political and economic development in Georgia, attended by member companies, International Financial Institutions (IMF, World Bank, IFC, EBRD), US export promotional agencies (Ex-Im Bank, OPIC, TDA), the donor agencies (USIAD, MCC), US and Georgian Government representatives, private companies and experts of the region.

In 2007-2008 he led the project of America-Georgia Business Council for development of Tourism Strategy and Investment Plan for Georgia, funded by the US Trade and Development Agency.