Mr. Mykola Vorobiov is a Ukrainian journalist and scholar. He holds Master’s degree in management and economics (2009) from the Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics. Since annexation of Crimea and further escalations in eastern Ukraine in 2014, Mykola covered the most recent developments as a military journalist on the frontlines of Donbas.
He was a participant of the Media Fellowship at Deutche Welle in Germany, School of European and International Studies at the University of Pannonia in Hungary, International Visitors Leadership Exchange Program for journalists organized by United States Department of State, Congressional and Lobbying studies at the American University, Cato summer University and other programs.
In 2014-2016 along with other U.S. fellows, they conducted number of presentations on the Ukrainian issues in Washington D.C. Among their hosts were the following Institutions: Wilson Center, CSIS, The Heritage Foundation, Cato Institute, George Washington University, Foreign Policy Initiative and Congressional offices on the Hill.
In 2017 Mykola was nominated for the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University (SAIS). The topic of his research is “Countering Russian informational aggression in Ukraine and whole Europe”.
He is fluent in English, Ukrainian, Russian and has intermediate level in Polish.