On April 14, at the next meeting, we were joined by a long-time colleague in the youth Rotaract Club - Stepan Shramko, who stood at the origins of the Rotary - Rotaract youth movement.
Stepan - received diplomatic and economic education, teacher, analyst and young scientist, has 3 higher educations - KAU, KazATiSO and Kingston University (USA MBA in Executive Management).
From the student bench he was a leader, a volunteer - he headed various student organizations, clubs, a debate center. Stepan's career was devoted to the scientific and educational sphere - he was an attaché for external relations in KAU, a teacher, headed the Career Center and was an assistant to the vice-rector of KazATiSO.
Since 2021, he is the chief economist-analyst of Al-Farabi KazNU, teaches economics in English.
We are very pleased with Stepan's return to rotary roots.
Traditionally, we had very interesting guests.
The online guest was Akylbek Umirzakov from Atyrau, a representative of Tengizchevroil, a businessman, a production worker, an oil worker, a conflictologist. He shared in detail his experience of peacekeeping.
It should be noted that Akylbek's story had a very inspiring effect on the audience: it is gratifying that there are people in the country who are ready to stand guard over peace and security at the risk of their own lives.
We were visited by Tatyana Foer - a tutor in business etiquette and protocol, an expert in VIP service, a certified business coach ICF, a graduate of The English Manner School.
If we summarize the multifaceted activities of Tatiana - her key mission and the essence of training to instill confidence in a person in any society and in any social environment, regardless of status, country and ethnic differences and behavioral norms. Undoubtedly, a very necessary and noble task.
The fourth guest was Sayyora Ayupova , a member of Alfa-Bank Kazakhstan, a leading business consultant and expert in the field of business transformations with 23 years of experience in the FMCG sectors and Banks in Russia, Turkey, Central Asia and the Caucasus.
Sayora shared the most instructive cases from personal experience and practice.
Traditionally, our Rotarians and guests discussed existing and new charitable projects, prospects for further development and public service, business networking.