He was born on April 27, 1996 in Zhitomir, Ukraine, he is son of teacher and economist. He is a winner of nationwide competitions. He graduated from the Zhytomyr school №3 with honors. During his school years he was a Fellow of Zhytomyr Mayor’s Scolarship and Fellow of the Head of the Zhytomyr Regional State Administration Scolarship. He endered the Vadym Hetman Kyiv Natonal University on the faculty of International Economics and Management In 2013, his specialty is international economy. He had been working in international youth educational organization «AIESEC” In 2014-2015, in 2016 he worked for the company «GoIT». He was elected the Head of the HR Department in September 2016.
He is fond of electronic music and French postmodernism, including literature. He plays football and swims. He also studies Gestalt therapy and psychology of social groups, explores the formation of motivation of the organization members in crises and global management model groups, develops methods of efficient internal corporate communications. Mykyta is interested in Attica and ancient history of Europe at the turn of Middle Ages. He speaks English and French and professes values of progressive liberalism.
«We live in challenging but interesting times for our country. Ukraine is only 25 years old, but our nation went through so much that it would be enough for 100 years of moderate development.
We live in a country with very uncertain, blurred and elusive prospects. I use the pronoun “we” because the majority of us think that way. And I want to change that. Since it is our actions (and I emphasize that, action, not words!) define whether this period of Ukrainian history will be seen as a period of stagnation or a period of changes.
Therefore, I believe it must be the highest priority to the people with an active life position to unite here and now for the sake of our future.
The LDLU is the organization under which bright representatives of our generation can unite for joint actions in a field of state reforms and changes. We ask ourselves, “If not us, then who?” This question characterizes young liberals, who join their forces under auspices of the LDLU. I am proud to be one of them. And even though at this point I understand that we have a lot of work ahead us, I am willing to contribute as much of my time, efforts and energy in order to achieve our common goals.
So, let us go ahead and start writing the bright pages of Ukraine’s history!»