Malika Mukimova

CIPE Representative in Uzbekistan

Malika Mukimova is a Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Country Representative in Uzbekistan, where she is engaged in working on building the capacity of WBAs to advocate and promote women’s economic empowerment. Prior to her role at CIPE, she worked as a Deputy Dean of Learning Environment at the Westminster International University in Tashkent where she has been leading a team of academics to ensure excellence of teaching and learning programs. Malika Mukimova has also been engaged in a number of consultancies, such as World Bank research projects in the field of government and business partnership, and contributed to the implementation of a number of rule of law, legal profession development, and access to justice projects with USAID.
Malika holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Law from the University of Law in London, UK, obtained on the Chevening Program scholarship. She also has a double BA degree in International Economic Relations (currently National University of Uzbekistan) and a BA in International Law from the University of World Economy and Diplomacy. During her undergraduate studies, Malika won a scholarship to study Legal Environment of Business for one year at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, USA.
Malika speaks English, Russian, Uzbek and Spanish languages. She has a number of publications both as a part of the books and in a form of articles in international and local journals.