Natalie Ann Jaresko

Chairperson, Aspen Institute Kyiv

1987, BSc in Accounting, DePaul Univ.; 1989, Master's in Public Policy, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government. CPA. Enjoyed a distinguished international career in public service and private industry. Former Finance Minister of Ukraine (2014-2016); Founding Partner and CEO, Horizon Capital; President and CEO, WNISEF; Chief, Economic Section, US Embassy, Ukraine; economic positions, State Department, Washington DC. Currently Chair of the Board of Trustees, Aspen Institute Kyiv; Nonresident Distinguished Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council. Former Member of the President's Foreign Investment Advisory Council, Kyiv City Strategy 2025 Council. Board Member: IMIKyiv, Council of Competitiveness, Open Ukraine Foundation, East Europe Foundation, Pechersk School International, Ukrainian Catholic University. Economic and Business Committees: Ukraine 2020 Policy Dialogue, Kyiv-Chicago Sister Cities Committees. Selection Committee: WorldWideStudies scholarship progr amme, Pinchuk Foundation. Twice awarded with the Order of Princess Olha by the Presidents of Ukraine in 2003 and 2016 for her contributions to Ukraine.

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