Assia Eyuboglu is an Architect and Urban Planner. She worked as a consultant and as a full-time employee for the World Bank, USAID, the Research Triangle Institute, Planning and Development Collaborative International and Boston University. As a researcher on local government finance and management in North and West Africa, she led seminars on the management of local governments. She also worked on issues of housing.

She is a member of the Governance Committee and the Communications Committee at TPF.  She and her husband Vedat Eyuboglu are members of the TPF founder society. She is also a member of The Philanthropy Connection in Boston.  She has served on the board of the Waterville Valley Ski and Snowboard Academy in New Hampshire and the Barn Nursery School in Concord, Massachusetts.  She also held several other volunteer positions in education.

She holds an MS degree in architecture (’83) and a PhD degree in Urban Planning (’92) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).