Discussion of Results and Plans for the Future: the contents of Aspen Institute’s Kyiv Supervisory Board Meeting

Members of the Aspen Institute’s Kyiv Supervisory Board discussed the program activities of Aspen Institute Kyiv, the challenges currently facing the Institute and plans for the future. These include conducting leadership seminars, engaging leaders in discussions on important issues, developing the Aspen Institute Kyiv community, and other events to fulfill the Institute’s mission of supporting value-based leadership development, promoting a culture of dialogue and exchange of ideas for the common good.

During the meeting, members of the Supervisory Board also discussed the progress in implementing Aspen Institute’s Kyiv program plans for the past three months. Specifically, the Institute is currently focusing on holding imperson events and has already held two seminars: “Responsible Leadership” and “Business and Society,” as well as an event as part of the “(Re)thinking the Social Contract for Ukraine” project.

Aspen Institute Kyiv will continue its work to develop a good society in Ukraine. The Supervisory Board members’ experience is valuable to our work and helps spread the Aspen mission in Ukraine.

We also report that Yevheniy Utkin has completed his work on the Aspen Institute’s Kyiv Supervisory Board. His contributions to promoting value-based leadership in Ukraine were highly appreciated, and he remains a significant member of the Aspen family.