Dmytro Tomenko

Dmytro Tomenko

  • Country of origin: Ukraine
  • Current residence: Poltava, Ukraine

Dmytro holds a Master’s degree in Economics from Полтавський державний аграрний університет (Poltava State Agrarian University). Since January 2018 he has conducted hundreds of youth development projects as a trainer, facilitator, and mentor. In April 2019, Dmytro became the Head of the Student Council of the University, a role he has held for over 18 months. Since May 2019, he has been the project coordinator for “Unit”, a non-governmental organisation, specialising in creating and coordinating Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps projects. Dmytro joined the Young European Ambassadors’ initiative in September 2019. Since February 2020, he has been working for the National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance as an expert on the accreditation of educational programs, assisting Ukrainian universities to improve educational programs in the specialty of 051 Economics and 251 Public Management and Administration. In 2020 Dmytro also became the Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador in Ukraine, and in July of that year he was selected to be the Ukrainian Youth Delegate to the United Nations, representing the voice of Ukrainian youth at the 3rd Committee meeting of the 75th UN General Assembly and the 59th session of the UN Commission on Social Development. Dmytro has been a Ph.D. student since September 2021, specialising in Public Management and Administration. He has also worked as a project manager for the Poltava Association of Business. Dmytro started as the director of the non-governmental organisation “Unit” in April 2022. Since June 2023, he has been working as a Social Cohesion Associate for the United Nations Development Programme in Ukraine.

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