Jekaterina is an expert in Russian-speaking communication, whose experience covers both the public and private sectors. She is very familiar with the Russian-speaking media landscape.
Jekaterina has extensive experience with the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund, where she is involved in the strategic planning and implementation of Russian-language communication. She has also led various media projects, including several television and radio campaigns.
Jekaterina's private clients include financial, medical, and cultural and integration companies. She closely cooperates with Unimed United Clinics, about which several articles and interviews have appeared in the Russian media. Before the opening of the new exhibition, she conducted a Russian speakers focus group study for Vabamu, the Occupations Museum.
Jekaterina contributes to the organization of the Song and Dance Festival with her soul, and consults for ERGO, EY, as well as for other Russian-speaking client communication needs. Her work shows that language is not simply words and phrases, but a unique tool that affects a person's perception of the world around them. Jekaterina has a bachelor's degree in international business administration and a master's degree in communication management from the Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School.