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Anastasia Bondar, Deputy Minister of Culture for Digital Development of Ukraine Dinis Guarda YouTube Podcast Series - Powered by citiesabc.com and businessabc.net

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Anastasia Bondar is the Deputy Minister for Digital Development at the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine. Anastasia became the Deputy Minister in 2021, and at her current role, she is responsible for shaping and implementing state policies of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy in the areas of digitalization, digital development, digital innovations and informatization in the fields of culture, state language policy, information sovereignty and information security.

Anastasia Bondar Interview Questions

00:00 – 03:46 Introduction
03:43 – 08:30 Professional background
08:31 – 17:21 Anastasia’s shift to government roles
17:22 – 20:05 The unique cultural DNA of Ukraine
20:06 – 28:32 Ukraine bridges the cultural legacy and digital transformation across sectors
28:33 – 31:57 The Ukrainian vision for 2024
31:58 – 41:09 Digitalisation of culture for an integrative and collaborative society
41:10 – 45:20 Cultural projects and initiatives in Ukraine
45:21 – 49:14 Tech initiatives in Ukraine to foster international relationships
49:15 – 51:13 Closure

Anastasia Bondar Biography

Anastasia Bondar, born on May 16, 1981, in Kyiv, is a seasoned professional in the field of digital development, digital transformations, and digitalization. She holds a master's degree in international relations from the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, obtained in 2003.

Anastasia has over 15 years of extensive experience working for both Ukrainian and foreign telecom corporations and investment companies. Throughout her career, she has been actively involved in foreign economic activities, business development support, marketing, and operational management.

From 2019 to 2021, she served as the deputy head of the Odesa Regional State Administration for Digital Development. Following this, she assumed the role of Deputy Minister for Digital Development, Digital Transformations, and Digitalization at the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine starting from August 26, 2021.

As part of her activities, she coordinates the efforts of the Ministry of Culture, responsible for shaping and implementing state policies in the fields of culture, state language policy, promoting Ukraine worldwide, state foreign-language broadcasting, information sovereignty of Ukraine (in terms of managing the integral property complex of the Ukrainian National Information Agency “Ukrinform”), information security, among others.

Anastasia Bondar's educational background includes a master's degree in International Relations from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, obtained between 1998 and 2003.

Learn more about Anastasia Bondar on https://openbusinesscouncil.org/wiki/anastasia-bondar

Learn more about the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine on https://united.mkip.gov.ua/

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Anastasia Bondar is the Deputy Minister for Digital Development at the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine. Anastasia became the Deputy Minister in 2021, and at her current role, she is responsible for shaping and implementing state policies of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy in the areas of digitalization, digital development, digital innovations and informatization in the fields of culture, state language policy, information sovereignty and information security.

Anastasia Bondar Interview Questions

00:00 – 03:46 Introduction
03:43 – 08:30 Professional background
08:31 – 17:21 Anastasia’s shift to government roles
17:22 – 20:05 The unique cultural DNA of Ukraine
20:06 – 28:32 Ukraine bridges the cultural legacy and digital transformation across sectors
28:33 – 31:57 The Ukrainian vision for 2024
31:58 – 41:09 Digitalisation of culture for an integrative and collaborative society
41:10 – 45:20 Cultural projects and initiatives in Ukraine
45:21 – 49:14 Tech initiatives in Ukraine to foster international relationships
49:15 – 51:13 Closure

Anastasia Bondar Biography

Anastasia Bondar, born on May 16, 1981, in Kyiv, is a seasoned professional in the field of digital development, digital transformations, and digitalization. She holds a master's degree in international relations from the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, obtained in 2003.

Anastasia has over 15 years of extensive experience working for both Ukrainian and foreign telecom corporations and investment companies. Throughout her career, she has been actively involved in foreign economic activities, business development support, marketing, and operational management.

From 2019 to 2021, she served as the deputy head of the Odesa Regional State Administration for Digital Development. Following this, she assumed the role of Deputy Minister for Digital Development, Digital Transformations, and Digitalization at the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine starting from August 26, 2021.

As part of her activities, she coordinates the efforts of the Ministry of Culture, responsible for shaping and implementing state policies in the fields of culture, state language policy, promoting Ukraine worldwide, state foreign-language broadcasting, information sovereignty of Ukraine (in terms of managing the integral property complex of the Ukrainian National Information Agency “Ukrinform”), information security, among others.

Anastasia Bondar's educational background includes a master's degree in International Relations from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, obtained between 1998 and 2003.

Learn more about Anastasia Bondar on https://openbusinesscouncil.org/wiki/anastasia-bondar

Learn more about the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine on https://united.mkip.gov.ua/

About Dinis Guarda profile and Channels
https://www.openbusinesscouncil.org
https://www.intelligenthq.com
https://www.hedgethink.com/
https://www.citiesabc.com/
https://openbusinesscouncil.org/wiki/dinis-guarda

More interviews and research videos on Dinis Guarda
Support the show

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