Behavior Science Expert
Natalia Voutova has an MSc in Behavioural Science from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She uses behavioural insights and applied theater to raise awareness against discrimination, domestic violence, as a way to fight stigma and negative attitudes. Natalia is also researching in the field of benevolent sexism and in her most recent study she is examining benevolent sexism in Georgia. As a manager of a large multinational team, Natalia uses behavioural insights in both human resource management and into results-based project management.
Natalia has extensive experience working for international organisations on human rights and legal policies in in Georgia, Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. Natalia also worked for Médecins sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders) in Chechnya during the first conflict (1995) gathering information on human rights violations and coordinating the delivery of medical and humanitarian assistance. Natalia has also wide knowledge and experience related to international humanitarian law.
Natalia also holds a MA degree in Law from Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridsky”, a MA degree in International and European Law from Pantheon-Assas University (Paris II), an a LLM in Human Rights from University of Strasbourg.