Nina Rozhanovskaya is based in Moscow and is the Kennan Institute’s Coordinator and Academic Liaison in Russia.
Nina Rozhanovskaya is based in Moscow and is the Kennan Institute’s Coordinator and Academic Liaison in Russia. Prior to joining the Kennan Institute team, Nina spent two years working for the Tomsk Regional Government in Russia, where her responsibility was to engage with foreign partners and oversee implementation of joint projects in business, research and technology commercialization, education, and culture. From 2008 to 2014, Nina was a research fellow at Tomsk State University, Russia, where she was in charge of the nuclear nonproliferation education project, organized conferences and summer schools, and taught a course on nonproliferation and disarmament.
Nina holds a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from Central European University, Hungary, and undergraduate degree in International Relations from Tomsk State University. She is a native Russian speaker with excellent knowledge of English and working proficiency in French.