Tamar is a social behaviour change expert in strategy, program design, and strategic communications with 15 years of experience in fragile and conflict-affected countries across the Middle East and Central Asia. She has delivered communications solutions to a diverse range of governments and organisations creating real change and impact.
Tamar has led strategic development and deployment of social and behavioral change initiatives on issues including public health, good governance, elections, youth engagement, and women’s empowerment in both conflict and post-conflict settings. Her client base includes the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USG, HMG, UN and a number of governmental and non-governmental entities.
She holds a Masters from Georgetown University, and received the National Security Education Program’s Boren Fellowship.