Initiator of UNIT Factory Head of the educational programs at K.Fund

Valeria ZabolotnaValeria Zabolotna
Initiator of UNIT Factory
Head of the educational programs at K.Fund

Valeria Zabolotna is a professional with extensive experience in consulting, organizational and managerial activities in the area of educational services and personnel management.
Combines work in commercial projects with educational activities as an associate professor at the Department of Social Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology of the Kyiv National University (since 2007).

Since 2013 Valeria has been the Director for Organizational Development at UDP development company, and since 2015 she has managed educational projects of Vasyl Khmelnitsky's K.Fund, including UNIT Factory. Prior to that, she worked as a certified teacher of the Edinburgh Business School (2011-2013) and Deputy Dean for International Relations of the Psychology Department of the Kyiv National University (2009-2011).

Valeria Zabolotna successfully combined psychological education (Faculty of Sociology and Psychology of Kyiv National University) and MBA (University of New Brunswick, Canada, specialized in e-commerce). In 2007 she defended her thesis. Valeria has published over 50 articles in professional Ukrainian and foreign periodicals.

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