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Tetyana Troshchynska

Journalist, author and one of the hosts of the Hromadska khvylya talk-show and Startup.UA podcast. Doctor of Science in state administration, trainer, teacher and nice smiley person

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"Public dialogue in Ukraine is still destroyed by the political directors and the principle of 'two ways'. The first one is 'for', and the other - 'against'. We used to ignore white lies, doubts or lack of information. In society there exists more than just two points of view. People must be taught, listened to, and accepted. That is why the potential for Hromadske Radio is huge.

Our client is the audience, and all journalists think the same. But not all owners are willing to finance talks about interests, experiences, or enjoyments of the audience. In our team this problem does not exist. We report for every hryvnya."

Tetyana came to journalism in 1992 during her study at the Taras Shevhenko National University of Kyiv. She hosted a news programme on Ukrainian radio and then joined the team with BBC in Great Britain.

Tetyana worked as the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Television News Service on 1 + 1 Channel for seven years and was a launch manager for 'Business' Channel.

Tetyana is a mediator and expert of negotiation skills for the Harvard method and a leadership coach by Academy Programme Council of Europe. She also develops and leads training in strategic and crisis communications on conflict management, the development of communication and media skills.

In 2014, with gained knowledge and skills, Tetyana joined the Hromadske Radio team, where she talks about current events in Ukraine, as well as offering advice on how to understand and overcome the obstacles that limit individuals to personal and business development.

Opportunities to learn from Tetyana are not restricted to the radio, however; she is also a lecturer at the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine and at the Kyiv Mohyla Business School, and so offers classes to students.

<blockquote> <p class="p1"><span class="s1"><b>"Public dialogue in Ukraine is still destroyed by the political directors and the principle of 'two ways'. The first one is 'for', and the other - 'against'. We used to ignore white lies, doubts or lack of information. In society there exists more than just two points of view. People must be taught, listened to, and accepted. That is why the potential for Hromadske Radio is huge. </b></span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1"><b>Our client is the audience, and all journalists think the same. But not all owners are willing to finance talks about interests, experiences, or enjoyments of the audience. In our team this problem does not exist. We report for every hryvnya."</b></span></p> </blockquote> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">Tetyana came to journalism in 1992 during her study at the Taras Shevhenko National University of Kyiv. She hosted a news programme on Ukrainian radio and then joined the team with BBC in Great Britain.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">Tetyana worked as the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of <i>Television News Service</i> on 1 + 1 Channel for seven years and was a launch manager for 'Business' Channel.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">Tetyana is a mediator and expert of negotiation skills for the Harvard method and a leadership coach by Academy Programme Council of Europe. She also develops and leads training in strategic and crisis communications on conflict management, the development of communication and media skills.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">In 2014, with gained knowledge and skills, Tetyana joined the Hromadske Radio team, where she talks about current events in Ukraine, as well as offering advice on how to understand and overcome the obstacles that limit individuals to personal and business development.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">Opportunities to learn from Tetyana are not restricted to the radio, however; she is also a lecturer at the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine and at the Kyiv Mohyla Business School, and so offers classes to students.</span></p>