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Members of our divisions and various programs contribute to the achievement of our common goals.
20 years of experience in managing positions in the HR sphere. Alexey Likhachev has worked with Rosatom since 2011. During this time, the corporation has been consistently recognized as the best employer for graduates of engineering and technical specialties in the international Universum rating system, as well as leading ratings of the best employers in Russia according to the country's largest personnel platform HeadHunter.
Rosatom’s Corporate Academy won the 2020 Crystal Pyramid Award for "Corporate University of the Year" and was recognized as the best corporate university in the world in the Global Council of Corporate Universities Awards in 2019. Rosatom is the only state-owned company named as a “best employer” in a study by the international consulting company AON Hewitt.
Alexey Likhachev pays great attention to the development of volunteering and corporate social responsibility. She has contributed significantly to the development of federal and international initiatives. Under her direction, Rosatom and the international WorldSkills movement started cooperation on a joint project that aims to improve the competencies of workers and engineers of nuclear enterprises.
20 years of experience in managing positions in the HR sphere.
Tatiana has worked with Rosatom since 2011. During this time, the corporation has been consistently recognized as the best employer for graduates of engineering and technical specialties in the international Universum rating system, as well as leading ratings of the best employers in Russia according to the country's largest personnel platform HeadHunter. Rosatom Corporate Academy won the 2020 Crystal Pyramid Award for “Corporate University of the Year” and was recognized as the best corporate university in the world in the Global Council of Corporate Universities Awards in 2019. Rosatom is the only state-owned company named as a “best employer” in a study by the international consulting company Aon Hewitt.
Tatiana pays great attention to the development of volunteering and corporate social responsibility. She has contributed significantly to the development of federal and international initiatives. Under her direction, Rosatom and the international WorldSkills movement started cooperation on a joint project that aims to improve the competencies of workers and engineers of nuclear enterprises.
Yulia is an expert in corporate training systems, developing and evaluating personnel training and development systems, and leadership and management training programs.
Yulia graduated in 1994 from Lomonosov Moscow State University and from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (Executive MBA) in 2010.
Yulia has more than 15 years of experience in HR. Over the years, she was director of the Trainings.ru portal, and managing partner of Amplua and Malakut Human Capital Research and Solutions.
In 2013, she joined the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom as deputy director — head of the personnel assessment and development department. Yulia was appointed Director General of the Rosatom Corporate Academy in 2015.
- Russian Customs Academy, the major — Customs Affairs.
- Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, postgraduate course in the field of "World economy and international economic relations", Ph.D. in Economics.
Professional background and achievements
He has more than 10 years of experience in international educational programs and foreign economic cooperation. He has been working at the Rosatom Academy since 2012. He leads the direction of international programs, namely, he is responsible for international educational projects, promotion of Russian standards for training specialists in the field of atomic energy use in Rosatom's partner countries, implementation of educational projects — lectures, academic competitions, seminars in foreign universities.
lexey Ponomarenko is also responsible for implementing international WorldSkills standards in the training system for workers and engineers of the nuclear industry, holding the industry championship of professional skills AtomSkills, preparing the industry team for participation in Russian and international competitions using the WorldSkills method.
Areas of professional expertise are cooperation with foreign educational institutions, a comprehensive solution for training specialists in the field of nuclear energy use for Rosatom's foreign partners, implementation of information campaigns in support of Russian education standards abroad, training of a new generation of workers and engineers according to international WorldSkills standards.
Graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University, majoring in Political Science. She is a specialist in business development of educational organizations, strategic development and launching of innovative objects and development of modern competences. She has years of experience in building and running educational projects, as well as experience in international practical lobbying activities in the interests of the Russian Federation in cooperation with commercial, academic and government agencies and state institutions.
From 2016 to 2018, she worked as Executive Director of Sberbank's Talent Attraction and Selection Department and was responsible for interaction with Sberbank's universities and students, building common processes in Russia and launching key projects in Moscow. In 2013, she became Vice-Chancellor for Development at Innopolis University. Until 2013, she was involved in business development at the Skolkovo business school and headed the Alfa Fellowship Program for Alfa Group — an international private finance and investment consortium.
She received her PhD in Political Science from Kazan State University. She graduated from the Nonprofit Management Program at California State University, Sacramento. She completed courses in venture capital investment at Berkeley University (USA) and a program in industry innovation at Singularity University (USA).
Since 2018, Gulnara Bikkulova has been holding the position of Deputy General Director at the Rosatom Corporate Academy.
From 2010 to 2017, she headed the Innovation Ecosystem Development Department at the Russian Venture Company (RVC): she was responsible for programs for working with investors (business angels, venture funds, corporations), as well as for regional programs for the development of innovative infrastructure. She was a member of the investment committees of the RVC Seed Investment Fund and the North-Energy Ventures Fund. Before joining RVC, Gulnara Bikkulova was the Head of PR and Marketing at the Eurasia Investment Group. She started her professional career in the press service of the Governor of California (USA), later worked in the international PR Agency Edelman, where she worked her way up from a manager to the head of the Russian practice for working with technology companies.
Gulnara Bikkulova has repeatedly entered the Top 10 rating of marketing managers in the financial sector according to the Association of Managers and Publishing House Kommersant.
Areas of professional expertise are strategic marketing, program and project management, international relations, analytics and research.
Diana is a young Ecoactivist from Kazakhstan who has majored in international youth advocacy at the United Nations‘ global gatherings like UNEP Assembly, UN FCCC COP, Stockjolm+50 Conference where she led a youth delegation of her homeland. Together with Children Draw the World Fund she has managed to draft amendments to the Kazakhstani Environmental Code. Diana created a series of workshops and initiated collaborations with local universities. This year, she joined RecycleBirge to give an extra attention to plastic pollution, green economy and resource management in Kazakhstan among the youth. She has organized and directed Kazakhstan’s first Climate Change podcast.
She received her first degree as media manager from the Faculty of Journalism at Moscow State University. During her studies there, she had training at information agencies and various industrial media.
Alexandra continued her education at Kutafin Moscow State Law University and received her second degree from the Faculty of Law. In her scientific research she has focused on the national strategy in the field of gender policy in Russia.
Along with her main professional activities, Alexandra is developing a professional community of women in the nuclear industry. She is a co-founder of the Foundation for the Support and Development of Women's Initiatives “Association of Women in the Nuclear Industry”.
Dirk Meissner was born in Dresden, Germany. He graduated from the University of Wolverhampton (UK), defended his thesis at Osaka Sangyo University (Japan), and then, in 2001, earned his doctorate at Dresden University of Technology. In his studies, Dirk Meissner combined academic activity and applied research. He has gained significant experience in the fields of innovations, intellectual property management, risk management, and technology and innovation policy consulting. Before joining HSE, Professor Meissner was responsible for technology and innovation policy at the presidential office of the Swiss Science and Technology Council (SSTC), represented the Council in meetings of expert working parties in various organisations, including OECD.
Dirk Meissner presently represents the Russian Federation on the OECD Committee for Scientific and Technological Policy (CSTP). Dirk Meissner has been at HSE ISSEK since 2011. Professor Meissner is Head of the Research Laboratory for Economics of Innovation where he oversees its management and Academic Supervisor of Master’s Programme "Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation".