Tatevik Sargsyan

Tatevik is a Senior Design Associate at the RSA.

Tatevik leads on the design and delivery of RSA's Learning Partner offer for a place-based national programme aiming to reduce local health inequalities through economic development, working in partnership with local authorities, the Health Foundation and Renaisi.

Tatevik brings 10 years of experience developing partnerships and programmes across the public and private sectors. She has worked with a range of organisations including the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the Young Foundation, Design Council and The Place Bureau. Leading on the design and deliver of place-based innovation programmes and innovation development programmes from incubators to scale-up. She has facilitated workshops and coaching sessions with senior leaders and founders, supporting them with articulating their social impact, raising investment, and using a range of design tools to make better business decisions.

She is also Founding Publisher of Anamot Press and a Trustee of the Poetry Translation Centre.