Tetiana is a Ukrainian currently residing in Dresden, Germany due to the full-scale war broken by the Russian Federation against her country on 24 February 2022. She has over 20 years of general professional post-graduate experience in project management and consultancy for cultural, educational, and humanitarian organisations and projects. She has worked in numerous senior management and policy development positions in Ukraine, including for the Ministries of Culture and Ukrainian Cultural Foundation. She has also worked for the multi-partner projects funded by the EU/Council of Europe focused on reforms and capacity building – the CoE-EU Kyiv Initiative regional programme for tourism, cinema, and heritage, Eastern Partnership Culture Programme I (2011-2015), and Association4U: Support to the Implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement Project. Since June 2019, she has been providing leadership for the team of experts supporting the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine in planning and implementation of the reforms of vocational education and training and public administration within the multi-donor Ukraine Reforms Architecture project. She has been an ENCATC member since 2013. She has been also involved in the research activities of More Europe – external cultural relations/Cultural Diplomacy/Relations Platform since 2015. Special areas of her recent professional interests embrace skills development within the LLL, socio-cultural integration of migrants, and international cultural relations.