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BARINOV

Dmytro Barinov

The Head of the SE USPA Supervisory Board

Education

Odessa Higher Marine Engineering School (now – National University Odessa Maritime Academy) (1983-1989).

National Academy of Food Technologies (2003).

Odessa Regional Institute for Public Administration, National Academy for Public Administration (2006).

Specialties: Deep-Sea Navigation, a Navigation Engineer; Enterprise Economics, an Economist; Public Management, Master of Public Management.

Expertise: public administration and operational activities in the field of marine and inland water transport,and port infrastructure.

Professional competencies: strategic management, managing business entities in the field of operating, developing and improving of navigation, ensuring navigation safety and transport operation.

 

Career Background

Black Sea Shipping Company, Chief Officer (1989-1994).

Managerial positions at private companies (1994-2012).

SE Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority, Acting Chief of Maritime Search and Rescue Service Branch (2014).

PJSC Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company,  Chairman of the Board (2014-2017).

SE Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority, Counsellor to a Deputy Chief Executive Officer (2018).

State Service for Marine and River Transport of Ukraine, First Deputy Head (2018-till now).

A deputy of the Odessa Oblast Council of the VII convocation (2015-2018)

Civil servant of categoryА”.

Supervisory Board of the National University Odessa Maritime Academy, the Head of the Supervisory Board (2019-present).

Supervisory Board of the SE USPA, the Head of the Supervisory Board (2019 – present).

VERHOEVEN

Patrick Julia H. Verhoeven

The Deputy Head of the SE USPA Supervisory Board

Education

University of Antwerp, PhD in Applied Economics (2015), Bachelor’s Degree in Law (1993-1995), Master’s Degree in Maritime and Inland Navigational Law (1993), Master’s Degree in Applied Economics (1987-1991).

Career Background

Patrick Verhoeven has a profound expertise in sustainable development strategies and improving European ports policy and over 25 years of experience in leading international port and shipping organizations. He had been holding a position of a Managing Director at the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) for 2 years. In 2013–2017, he had been holding the position of a Secretary General at the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA) where lobbying the shipowners’ interests with the institutions of the EU was one of the priority tasks. Before that, Patrick Verhoeven had been holding the position of a Secretary General at the European Sea Ports Organization (ESPO) for 13 years. He has an understanding of the port industry in Ukraine due to being involved in the technical assignment of port governance reform in Ukraine.

 

Professional competencies: strategic management, management of port infrastructure.

Federation of European Private Port Operators (FEPORT), Belgium, Secretary General (1993-2000)

·Establishment of the Brussels office of the European Organization of Terminal Operators and Stevedores.

European Sea Ports Organization (ESPO), Belgium, Secretary General (2000-2013)

Advisor of Green Port Congress and Terminal Operators Conference

European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA), Belgium, Secretary General (2013-2017)

·Lobbying with the institutions of the EU;

·  Organization of the European Shipping Week;

·Cooperation with police makers, social partners and other stakeholders organizations

 International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), Managing Director, Japan, Managing Director (2017 – present)

Supervisory Board of the SE USPA, Deputy Head of the SE USPA Supervisory Board (2019-present).

HURTIENNE

Wolfgang Hurtienne

The Independent Member of the SE USPA Supervisory Board

Education

Germany, Hamburg, Degree in port Management (1982-1984);

Technical University of Braunschweig, Degree in Coastal, River and Soil Engineering (1973-1981), Studies in Mechanical Engineering (1971-1972).

Career Background

Wolfgang Hurtienne has over 30 years of experience in port industry and about 14 years of holding the position of the Head of Port Planning Division in the City of Hamburg, where he was working on port extension projects. In 2009, he became a Managing Director at Hamburg Port Authority, implementing large-scale dredging projects and port development. While working at Hamburg Port Authority Wolfgang Hurtienne worked on achieving highest standards of safety and environmental protection.

Professional competences: management of port infrastructure.

 

City of Hamburg, Germany, Head of Port Planning Division (1994-2008):

·Port extension projects in Hamburg;

·Management of major infrastructure.

Hamburg Port Authority, Germany:

·Head of Strategy (2008-2009);

· Managing Director (2009-2016).

 ·New development plan of HPA

·Large-scale dredging projects.

International Association of Ports and Harbours, Tokyo

·Chair of Port Planning and Development Committee (2009 – 2019)

Technical University Braunschweig (Bunwick), Germany

·Lecturer Port Management (2009 – 2019)

World Bank :

· Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project, assessment of organizational needs (2018 – present)

Supervisory Board of the SE USPA, Independent Member of the Supervisory Board (2019-present).

SHOONHOVEN

Jan van Schoonhoven

The Independent Member of the SE USPA Supervisory Board

Education

Royal Netherlands Naval Academy, Master’s Degree in Management (1988-1989), Weapon Engineering (1982-1985);

Delft Technical University, Bachelor’s Degree in Electronic Engineering (1986-1987).

Career Background

Jan van Schoonhovenhas an international experience in development and implementation of infrastructure projects throughout the world. As the Netherlands representative, he carried out monitoring of infrastructure risks as well as attracting of private investments into port infrastructure of different countries in cooperation with the OECD. Jan van Schoonhoven participated in projects of the World Bank as an Advisor on infrastructure facilities development and PPP projects of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and later, he was involved in PPP projects in Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Myanmar, Philippines and Egypt as a project manager. Jan van Schoonhoven has been a Senior Advisor on PPP development for Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands since 2015.

Professional competencies: strategic management, management of port infrastructure.

 

Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, the Netherlands, Director of Hydrographic Service (2005-2006).

Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, the Netherlands, Director of PPP Unit (2005-2012):

· Transformation of PPP environment of the Netherlands from 2 projects in 2006 to 20 projects and almost EUR 20 billion in 2012.

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), Switzerland, Counselor Infrastructure and PPP (2012-2015)

·  Cooperation with the World Bank

The World Bank Group, Project Manager (2014-2016):

·Support to Infrastructure development and PPP projects in Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Myanmar, Philippines and Egypt.

PPP Center Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan, Independent Director (2015-present).

Supervisory Board of the SE USPA, Independent Member of the Supervisory Board (2019-present).

YASHCHENKO

Anton Yashchenko

The Member of the SE USPA Supervisory Board

Education

Harvard University, the John Kennedy Schools of Government, Management and Leadership Program (2011).

Kyiv-Mohyla Business School, MBA (2011).

Donetsk National University, Master’s degree in Applied Economics, Bachelor’s degree in International Economics (2008).

Career Background

Anton Yashchenko has extensive expertise in restructuring and organizational transformations, corporate governance, strategic planning, project and change management in private and public sectors.Now works as Executive Director of the Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. Before that managed independent think-tank Bendukidze Free Market Center. For a long time has worked on liberalization of energy markets in Ukraine, introduction of good governance practices in private and public sectors. Till 2010 has worked on number of projects on organizational transformations of the energy holding DTEK.

 

Professional competencies: restructuring and organizational transformations, corporate governance, strategic planning, project and change management in private and public sectors.

“Dirigible” Financial Group, LLC, Director (2004-2006).

DTEK, Integration Manager (post-deal), а Chief Specialist at Organizational Development Department (2006-2010).

Economic Reforms Coordination Center, Senior Project Manager on energy sector reform and civil service reform (2010-2013).

Independent Consultant (2014-2015).

Project Management Office of National Reform Council, Senior Project Manager on energy sector (2015).

Bendukidze Free Market Center, Director (2015-2016).

Reform Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Executive Director (2016-present).

Supervisory Board of the SE USPA, Supervisory Board Member (2019-present).

TROTSKYI

Taras Trotskyi

The Member of the SE USPA Supervisory Board

Education

Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics,Audit and Accounting (2000), Accounting and Audit Economist (2001), Master’s Degree (2001).

Kyiv National Linguistic University, English Language and Literature, Philology, English Language and World Literature Teacher (2000).

Career Background

A deep knowledge of public and corporate management, international finance, accounting and auditing. Taras Trotskyi has been working at the Ministry of the Infrastructure of Ukraine for the recent 5 years where headed the Executive Support service to the Minister and the Communication and Analytics Deaprtment. Also, he held decision-making positions at the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, Ministry for Emergency Situations of Ukraine, Ministry of Environmental Protection of Ukraine as well as Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine. He has an experience of cooperation with international organizations as well as holding management positions at working groups and executive bodies of the OECD, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and Global Environment Facility (GEF). Taras Trotskyi also headed programs and project committees, established by international donors in Ukraine.

 

Professional competencies: public and corporate management, international finance, accounting and audit.

Kyiv Children's Sanatorium-Resort Medical Association, Kyiv, Economist at Economic Planning Department, Economist on external economic relations, Accountant at Centralized Accounting Department (1994–1996, 1997).

Ozernyi Children’s Sanatorium, Chief Accountant (2000-2001).

Ministry of Economy and European Integration of Ukraine, Chief Specialist at the Division for Cooperation with International Organizations of the Department for Cooperation with EU and Multilateral Cooperationin the field of International Technical Assistance; Chief Specialist at the Division for Cooperation with International Organizations, Head of the Division for Cooperation with the UNO and UNO Specialized Institutions of the Department for Cooperation with International Organizations; the Head of the Department for Cooperation with International Organizations (2004-2005).

Ministry of Economy of Ukraine, Deputy Director of the Department of Coordination of International Technical Assistance – Head of the Division of International Technical Assistance of Specified Countries; Deputy Director of the Department of Coordination of International Technical Assistance – Head of the Division for International Technical Assistance of the EU Member-states (2005-2008).

Ministry of Environmental Protection of Ukraine, Head of theDepartment for International Cooperation and European Integration (2008-2010).

Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, Counselor at the Counselor Division of the Department for Minister’s Activities Maintenance (Executive Support Service to the Minister) (2011).

Ministry for Emergency Situations of Ukraine, Counselor to the Minister at the Minister’s Office (Executive Support Service to the Minister) (2011-2012).

Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, Assistant to the Minister at the Division of Statements and Presentations Preparation of the Department for Minister’s Activities Maintenance (Executive Support Service to the Minister);  Deputy Director of the Department for Minister’s Activities Maintenance (Executive Support Service to the Minister) (2012-2014).

Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Head of the Department for Analytical Maintenance of Minister’s and Collegium Activities and Economic Reforms Implementation (Executive Support Service to the Minister); Head of Division for Executive Support Service to the Minister, Head of the Department for Executive Support Service to the Minister, Director of the Communication and Analytics Department (2014-2019); Head of the Executive Support Service, Advisor to the Minister at the Executive Support Service (2019).

Supervisory Board of the SE USPA, the Supervisory Board Member (2019- present).

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