Board

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Kate Rodionova - President

Dear all, My name is Kate Rodionova, I am 24 years old and I am currently doing my Masters in Supply Chain Management. I am also the President of EESA. As the President, my job is tricky - I have to be the face of EESA, representing it in official meetings and social events. My main responsibilities also include developing and executing the strategy for the year, being constantly informed about EVERYTHING going on inside and outside the association, and coordinating all the committees. Luckily, I have an amazing team, who are all motivated to reach the goals of EESA and are always willing to help.

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Armands Paplavskis - Vice President

Hey everyone! My name is Armands Paplavskis, I’m 22 years old and currently I am doing the 3rd year of IBEB. I come from the beautiful city of Riga, Latvia. This year it happens that I am the Vice President of EESA. My responsibilities include always being up to date with all the internal and external processes at EESA, advise and help the rest of the board and being the right hand of the president, as well as represent EESA to the outside world. I will also supervise the Social Events Committee. Together we will make drinks and the legendary “East Meets West” party. The committee is also responsible for sports events.

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Ionut Hodoroaga - Treasurer

My name is Ionuț Hodoroagă and I am a 19 year old Romanian currently enrolled in the second year of IBEB. I was born in Horezu, a small city from one of Romania's nine regions, Oltenia. In my school years, I mostly focused on mathematical related sciences, coming to develop a rich passion and understanding of Mathematics itself. Right now, I am further enhancing my passion by taking Econometrics courses alongside the ones from my Bachelor programme. Non-academically, I am EESA's Treasurer, the one person in charge of all the transactions that take place. Additionally, I am also the supervisor of the Educational Events Committee, which is the committee mostly involved in organising Exam Preparations for the most difficult courses of various degrees.

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Andreea Barbu - Secretary

Dear All, My name is Andreea Barbu and I am a proud Eastern European from Romania. Currently, I am enrolled in my second IBEB year and I am quite the traveler in any possible way. Besides my Bachelor, I am representing EESA’s spirit from the Secretary position. You may ask yourself what challenges a Secretary might face. Well…there is no specific answer to this question, since a Secretary needs to be always open minded to bring structure, control and traceability to the team’s ideas. This means that if someone needs an overview of EESA’s activities, they come to the most updated person - me. Additionally, I am chairing this year’s Marketing Committee, which involves being “the eyes, ears and mouth” of the association

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Kinga Scierska - Internal Relations Officer

My name is Kinga Scierska, I am 20 years old and I am currently a second-year IBEB student. I am originally from a small town situated in the south of Poland. This year, I am honoured to be the Internal Relations Officer at EESA. My position involves being responsible for the internal structure and communication, which includes the application process for new committee members. Therefore, if you have any specific questions concerning it, I will be more than happy to assist you during our introduction drink. Furthermore, I will be also chairing the Cultural Committee, whose aim is to organise various events in order to promote the beautiful and rich culture of all the Eastern European countries.

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Jan Potuzak - External Relations Officer

My name is Jan Potuzak, I’m 20 years old and I am currently enrolled in the third-year of IBEB. Besides that, I’m also the External Relations Officer of EESA. This means that I take care of all various kinds of external communication, ranging from attracting sponsors and suppliers to striking collaborations with external parties. Through this, I represent EESA to the outside world. This year, I will also be chairing the City Trip committee, whose task it is to organize a cultural trip to a city in Eastern Europe.

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