PhD student of the Koretsky Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Master of Law.
She has 10 years of experience in the field of GR and anti-corruption, cooperation with the Verkhovna Rada, the Government and municipalities.
For 5 years, she led the direction of legal policy and examination of draft laws at the Council of Examinations under the Anti-Corruption Committee of the Parliament.
Together with the Chairman of the Committee Yehor Soboliev, she managed the project on the parliamentary protection of judges-whistleblowers of corruption with the involvement of judges, lawyers, and people's deputies of Ukraine.
She is a co-author of draft laws on anti-corruption courts, prevention of prosecution and punishment of persons who took direct part in military operations in the ATO, as well as methodologies of anti-corruption examination.
The Institute of Legislative Ideas is one of the leading anti-corruption think tanks. The activities of ILI are focused on identifying risks and developing anti-corruption safeguards and mechanisms for transparent and accountable use of reconstruction funds. In 2023, ILI successfully advocated for the development of a prioritization methodology for reconstruction objects financing, involvement of local authorities and the public in reconstruction, publicity in the activities of working groups, and processes of funds allocation.
He received the degree of specialist in international law and translation and bachelor of international law from Taras Shevchenko National University.
Oleksiy has extensive experience in legal practice in leading multinational and Ukrainian companies — Baker & McKenzie, Coca-Cola HBC and Vasil Kisil and Partners. Expert in the analysis of state policy, regulatory policy and digitalization.
BRDO is one of the leading expert-analytical centers in Ukraine. BRDO's activities focus on effective regulation, economic growth, development of small and medium-sized businesses, and now on solving the problems caused by Russia’s large-scale invasion, including the issue of the recovery of Ukraine. The organization played an important role in the development and advocacy of more than 200 initiatives adopted by the Government and Parliament of Ukraine.
Graduated from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with a degree in Economics and got a master’s degree in business analysis and consulting from the Warwick Business School, Great Britain.
Expert in business consulting, investment analysis and analysis of business processes in the public sector.
For a long time he worked as an analyst in an investment company. He also has experience in the public sector: as the head of the unit in the reform department of the General Prosecutor's Office, he was responsible for the analysis of business processes and the development of the reform implementation strategy, and participated in the creation of a communication platform for law enforcement agencies.
In 2016-2019, he was the deputy executive director of Transparency International Ukraine. He became the executive director of the organization in 2019.
Andrii is a board member of the Independent Anti-Corruption Commission (NAKO), the Ethics Committee at the Ukrainian Network of Integrity and Compliance (UNIC) and the Coordination Committee of the UNCAC coalition.
Transparency International Ukraine is an accredited chapter of the global movement Transparency International, helping Ukraine grow stronger since 2012. The organization takes a comprehensive approach to the development and implementation of changes for reduction of corruption levels in certain areas. TI Ukraine helped create and subsequently transferred Prozorro, Prozorro.Sale, eHealth, and Prozvit systems to the state. The team also implemented City Transparency and Accountability Rankings, developed the DOZORRO community to control public procurement, and co-founded the RISE Ukraine Coalition, which protects integrity and efficiency in the rebuilding process.
Oleksandra is leading researcher at the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting with over 20 years of experience in economic research and analysis.
Her research interests lie in the field of macroeconomic policy with experience in macroeconomic forecasting. A special focus is the analysis of fiscal policy, and social policy, including the healthcare system and labor market. Since 2022 she additionally focuses on the reconstruction and recovery of Ukraine.
Oleksandra participated in international research projects. She graduated from the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" / EERC (master's degree in economics).
The Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (IER) is an internationally recognized Ukrainian independent think tank that specializes in economic analysis, development of recommendations, and fostering of the civil society in Ukraine. Since 2019, IER has been a strategic partner of the European Union for the capacity building of the civil society.
The main tasks of the IER include the development of professional expert assessments in the field of economics and economic policy, the development of strategic and instrumental components of economic policy, shaping the public opinion through the organization of public dialogues and the dissemination of knowledge.
Yurii graduated from Yaroslav the Wise National Law University. He completed an internship at the analytical center of the European Stability Initiative, in Germany, and also took part in experience exchange programs in the USA.
Yurii is a Generation17 Young Leader within the joint program of UNDP and Samsung Global, which strengthens the voice of civil society to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
He has 10 years of experience in the non-governmental sector and has managed more than 30 projects, including international projects covering 8 countries. He is expert of the Budget Advocacy School (2018-2021).
Research interests: institutional architecture of reconstruction, reconstruction financing, civil society, digitization of public services.
The Institute for Analytics and Advocacy (IAA) is a think tank that creates analytics and digital solutions to help governments make informed decisions, increase transparency, and improve governance. IAA is among the top 100 think tanks in Central and Eastern Europe.
Today, the IAA focuses its activities on:
· reconstruction and recovery (institutional architecture, funding for recovery, community capacity building);
· reforms on the way to the EU (digitalization of transport and logistics, the Customs Service, the Chamber of Accounts).
Has a master's degree from Yaroslav the Wise National University of Law.
Serhiy has 10 years of experience in identifying corruption in public procurement, monitoring electronic declarations, identifying conflicts of interest, and preparing relevant appeals to the regulatory and law enforcement agencies. He worked as a lawyer at the "Center for Combating Corruption".
Co-founder of digital tools that engage people in corruption prevention and bring Ukraine closer to victory: Register of Russian war criminals, Hidden interests, Map of Repairs, Map of coronavirus purchases, chatbot "Nurse Ivanka" and Map of vaccination.
Founder of "Maps of Destruction and Recovery" — an online map that collects information about all civilian infrastructure facilities damaged or destroyed as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In 2023, together with the team of the NGO "Anti-Corruption Headquarters", the NGO documented evidence of crimes of the destruction of cultural heritage using the "Project Providence" application in five regions. The project collected information on 572 destroyed infrastructure facilities in Ukraine (1,436 photos) with an additional description and exact coordinates of the destruction by the Russians.
Lesia is an expert in the field of international relations and public administration. She has extensive work experience in international structures, including service over five 5 years in international organizations of the UN system. In 2014, in connection with the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war, she co-founded the Ukrainian office of the largest international humanitarian organization. In 2018 she joined the Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to work on the implementation of the public administration reform and other transformations.
Lesia has significant work experience in analytical centers, both Ukrainian and foreign: the Center for Defense Strategies (Ukraine), FRIDE - one of Spain’s leading think-tanks, and the European Council for Foreign Relations. Her main research topics are international security, in particular, the Russia-Ukraine war, the work of international organizations, public administration and Ukraine’s civil society.
Lesia co-founded several information and advocacy platforms abroad.
Education: Master's degree in international relations (specialization in international security) from the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University; Master in European Public Relations, Maastricht University (Netherlands). Traineeship in the European Parliament.
She received a master's degree in the specialty "Ukrainian philology and Western European languages" from Taras Shevchenko National University.
Has six years of experience in journalism, was published in the daily all-Ukrainian newspaper "The Day" and in historical books from the series "The Library of the newspaper "The Day". She worked as a communications manager of the Ukrainian branch of the International PEN Club and as a manager of special projects of the independent media Hromadske.
She received a master's degree in the specialty "Cultural Studies" from the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy".
Expert in communications and PR. She has nine years of experience in communications of cultural and business projects. She manages the "Public Dialogue" project of the Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO).