She was born on January 18, 1997 in Kyiv, Ukraine into a family of physician and economist. She graduated from Kyiv School №78 with honors and entered the College of Economics, Law and Information Technology in 2011, which finished with distinction. She continued her studies at the University of Economics and Law “Krok”, specializing on accounting and audit. She is a fellow of the Kiev Mayor’s Scholarship and an active member of student government. She entered the Institute of Philology of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv on the Department of Middle East, specializing in Hindi language in 2014. She is one of the founders of the NGO LDLU and was elected Head of the Secretariat in May 2015.
Yevhenia sings in the folk choir “Vognyk” and is a winner of multiple singing contests and festivals. She is fond of modern art and literature, explores the social and political structure of South Asia. She had been volunteering in different non-governmental environmental organizations from 2011 to 2014. She speaks Hindi, English, German and Swedish and professes values of moderate liberalism.
«Listening complaints about fast changing world, unstable situation in every sphere of our lives you slowly begin to think about this calm and pretty secure bubble you live in. That is how drifting through my life I found the LDLU. I have been truly impressed and captured by the number of innovative and ambitious ideas created by people of this non-governmental organization. Here I found my belief because only through changes of stereotypes and reconsideration of your attitude towards common things you can reach success and bring something new in the social life.
The LDLU is a source of inspiration along with books and travelling for me. And I am sure that the LDLU will always be a big part of my life. It is like radio waves, you do not see them, but you believe that it exist and understand its influence on your life.
The energy and the motivation of young people have always been the pillars on which Ukraine had been build. Each generation contributed greatly to the creation of the state.
It is hard to overestimate the versatility of our state, our geopolitical location, centuries of cultural development etc. But being pragmatic I have to say that Ukraine is an unexploited resource, which can lose its relevance too soon. Ukraine is a history of struggle, it is a steam of revolutions, it is wide field of wheat, and it is country of Cossacks no matter of a century.
For Ukraine I am willing to change something but trying at the same time to preserve the traditions, willing to make new international contacts remembering about the sovereignty of the country, willing to wake up every morning with a goal of making more and more people happy every day.»