NANR gathering: Talk show with powerful women in Russia
The Embassy of the Netherlands in Moscow and Nuffic Neso Russia are proud to invite NANR members to join a very special evening talk show with prominent female professionals in various fields: journalism, business and culture.
The panelists will talk about how they worked towards their professional and personal goals in work and life. They will also invite the audience to share views and experiences on similarities and differences between Russia and the Netherlands.
The format and program
Interview and discussion with a panel of powerful women moderated by NANR alumna Maria Kharitonova.
- 18:30-19:00 Registration and welcome tea & coffee
- 19:00-20:15 Talk show and Q&A with NANR alumni
- 20:15-21:00 Reception and networking
You are encouraged to actively participate in the discussion and address your questions to the panel. This event will be a great opportunity to share opinions in informal atmosphere. Working language will be English.
Eva Hartog - Skorobogatova. Journalist and current editor-in-chief of The Moscow Times. Hartog grew up in Spain as daughter of a Russian mother and Dutch father. After her studies in the Netherlands she started working in 2013 at The Moscow Times. She also writes for acclaimed journals such as Vrij Nederland, The Guardian and Time Magazine. She is a frequent guest on Dutch television where she comments on current Russian affairs.
Marina Tyshchenko. Founder and General Manager of Startup Navigator. Former VP of Philips Lighting in Russia. Until 1991 she worked in the Ministry of Foreign Trade and the State Committee for Economic Cooperation of the former Soviet Union. After that she built her career at IBM, HP, Sun Microsystems and Oracle. She currently works to support and develop startup enterprises at the preseeding stage.
Ksenia Gapchenko. Head of international programming at Moskino. Moskino is the organization of the Moscow department of culture, which is responsible for the chain of 20 municipal cinemas and international promotion of Moscow as filming destination. Earlier Ksenia worked as a Film programmer at the Documentary film center and at the Marina Razbezhkina and Mikhail Ugarov School of Documentary Film and Theatre. She was a curator of the Moscow culture forum and PERFORM festival.
Please note that this will be a closed event – you must register to attend. Places are limited and only available for those who are registered as an alumnus on the Holland Alumni network website .
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