The Aspen Institute Kyiv honored Andriy Lyubka, writer and volunteer, with an Award for his example of value-based leadership

Each year, The Aspen Institute Kyiv rewards alumni who have been most active during the year and have become an example of value-based leadership. A full-scale war requires significant endurance and strength. Leaders have become an integral part of both military operations at the front and the organization of life in the rear. 

Andriy Lyubka is a Ukrainian writer and a graduate of the “Values and Society” seminar 8. Since the first days of the full-scale invasion, Andriy has been actively helping internally displaced people. He later turned his efforts to “automobile” volunteering, far from literature and translation activities. 

Andriy’s team raises funds to purchase cars and provides full logistics, equipment, repair, and delivery to the combat zone. Thanks to his efforts, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have received more than 200 vehicles.  

Andriy Lyubka was awarded medals for his work by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Minister of Defense of Ukraine.