Kristina Boeva is the Monitoring and Control Officer at TSA. She ensures regulatory compliance and the promotion of ethical behavior within the organization. Kristina also leads monitoring programs for spending and grantee activities, and she manages the Trust’s communications with regulatory bodies. She plays a major part in monitoring grantees’ program activities and spending. She also conducts risk assessment of project proposals and takes part in designing monitoring procedures.
Prior to joining the Trust, Kristina worked as a jurisconsult at "Corporate Commercial Bank" AD (in bankruptcy), as part of the trustees’ legal team. Her legal experience also includes consulting for companies involved in construction, transport, finance, and the commerce industry.
Kristina holds a master’s degree in Law from the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”.
Nikoleta Starkova assists the Compliance Officer in the implementation of the internal control in the organization and the preparation of documents.
Before joining the TSA team, Nikoleta worked as a legal assistant in a law firm and has experience in preparing legally binding documents in the field of private and public law.
Nikoleta is a law student at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski ”. She has a strong interest in Human Rights, European Union Law, and Labor Law.
She believes that everyone should have equal opportunities and the law is on their side.
Petya has primary responsibilities in the areas of creation of specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound indicators; data collection and analysis; preparation of research and evaluation reports; and capacity building for better project evaluations.
Prior to assuming the position of an Evaluation Officer, Petya was responsible for analyzing data gathered under the Nurse Family Partnership program in support of nurses for more than 3 years. She has also worked on the evaluation design for the EU funded project ROMOMATTER and the evaluation of the capacity building leadership program of the We Care project.
Petya is currently working on her master’s thesis in the Policy Evaluation & Impact Assessment program of Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. She holds bachelor’s degrees in Sociology from Sofia University, where she took part in several research projects. She also earned an associate’s degree in Human Services from Delaware Technical and Community College (DTCC), where she completed two internships – one with the Department of Services for Children, Youth and their Families of DFS and one with Delaware Hospice. Petya was a volunteer for the summer camp for children with the hospice and taught English to disadvantaged children in Sofia.