Ann Davies, CEO of BP Georgia met the students of San Diego State University - Georgia within the invited speakers' series program. Ann Davies shared her experience with the students and talked about BP Georgia's operation and the importance of STEM fields. Magda Magradze, CEO of Millennium Foundation also participated in the meeting.
Ann Davies arrived in Georgia in the summer of 2019 to take on the role of the Head of Country overseeing BP's activities in Georgia including the Baku-Supsa and Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipelines and South Caucasus gas pipeline operations. An engineer by profession, Ann has 15 years' experience in the energy sector and has worked on large engineering projects in Azerbaijan, Scotland, Norway, and Canada. Ann holds a master's degree in Physics from the University of Oxford. She is a passionate advocate for physics and engineering and is an active promoter of STEM and diversity in engineering.
San Diego State University Georgia represents a unique collaboration between the Government of Georgia, the Millennium Challenge Account - Georgia, the Millennium Challenge Corporation of the United States, and San Diego State University. As a result of the project, around 800 students receive American university education in Georgia focused on STEM disciplines.