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Tashi Dawa

Mr.Tashi Dawa is a seasoned educator and a dynamic leader. He served as a teacher, Principal, Deputy Chief and presently serving as the Chief Program Officer in MoEA. He possess a strong language skills and has wide range of experiences of leading, facilitating and resourcing several workshops, trainings and seminars for both government and non governmental organizations. Mr.Tashi Dawa holds a Master’s in Education from the Rpyal University of Bhutan, Post Graduate Certificate in Education from National Institute of Education, Samtse, PG Diploma from Saitama Prefectural Education Center, Saitama, Japan and PG Diploma from Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA. His advanced studies and trainings are: Educational Administration—Saitama Prefectural Education Center, Saitama, Japan Higher Education Transition—Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Leading Organizations–Penn State University and Columbia University, USA International Relations and Global Leadership–Penn State University and Harvard University, USA Corporate Governance—New York University, Adu Dhabi (NYU-AD) UAE Project Management Cycle—ASPEN Institute, Washington D.C and New York University, USA Higher Education administration, planning and policy—Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA Change Management–Penn State University, USA Governance and Change Strategies in Global Higher Education–Penn State University, USA Stratification in Education–Penn State University, USA Leadership in an age of change–Penn State University, USA

He also received many awards such as: Recipient of Fulbright Commission, State Department, Government of USA, Hubert H Humphrey fellowship 2014-2015, Recipient of Overseas Technical Training fellowship-2006, Saitama Prefecture, Government of Japan, Recipient of Saitama Goodwill Ambassador certificate of appreciation, Government of Japan, Recipient of Emerging Leaders in Higher Education certificate, Kyoto University, Japan He enjoys reading books in his pleasure time.