Management Analyst, Infrastructure Operations' Records and Privacy Office
Government Accountability Office (GAO)
Elina Tsaturyan is a Management Analyst at the Government Accountability Office (GAO) in Washington, DC, where she works in the Infrastructure Operations’ Records and Privacy Office. Prior to joining GAO in 2014, Elina worked for the U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, and Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland for seven years in various capacities. At GAO, Elina has put to use her love for working with people to use by working to educate staff on GAO’s Records Management and Privacy programs. She is dedicated to promoting records management through customer outreach and unique ideas to get staff to learn about the importance of records management in the federal space.
Elina received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and French with a minor in International Management from Georgian Court University (GCU) in Lakewood, New Jersey in May 2006 and was also the commencement speaker. She returned to GCU the week after graduating with her undergraduate degree to pursue a Master’s in Business Administration, graduating in May 2007. This summer, Elina participated in Maximizing Your Leadership Potential at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC.
Elina is married and has two dogs and three cats. Elina enjoys spending time with family and friends, supporting her favorite sports teams, traveling, baking, interior design, building rustic home décor, and playing with her animals.