Thank you to our Keynote speakers

Dr Andrii Klietsov | DVM, Head of NGO “SVBO”, Owner of Veterinary Clinics “VetDopomoga”(Sumy, Ukraine)

Dr Andrii Klietsov is a chartered Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Head and co-founder of the NGO “Society of Veterinary Business Owners”, owner of Veterinary Clinics “VetDopomoga” (Sumy, Ukraine). He hold an MSc in Veterinary Medicine (SNAU, 2007). He also graduated the post-doctoral education (SNAU, 2016), the research of which continues to lead. Field of research: veterinary and legal approaches of spaying, identification and vaccination of animals, preservation of the DVM’s profession under conditions of war, implementation of the EU’s and world’s veterinary legislation into the national standards. Current research: Resilience Animals and Doctors of Veterinary Medicine under Conditions of War in frames of One Health. He is the practitioner in Veterinary Medicine and running his private veterinary business since 2003. Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Andrii didn’t left his workplace and continued to rescue animals in the occupied territory, organized and personally delivered humanitarian aid for homeless animals under the serge of his Sumy city (3.6 tons of food were delivered). During 2022-2023 he managed to organize the #SavePets_SaveVets and #SafeVets_SavePets projects by the support of MightyVet, thanks to which more than 7,000 animals were spayed. Homeless animals, companion animals received the procedure for free, and veterinary licensees in 33 clinics (25 of them suffered under conditions of war) of Ukraine received permanent employment. Under conditions of war Andrii is the volunteer and coordinator of humanitarian initiatives in the Sumy region: Ukrainian Pet Association Worldwide and Save Pets of Ukraine. In June, 2022 (London), in November, 2022 (Malta), in November, 2023 (Brussels) he was the member of the Ukrainian delegation to the FVE and UEVP General Assemblies as the practitioner veterinary business owner. In April, 2023 (Taiwan) he represented Ukraine at the WVA as the Head of the NGO “SVBO” and member of the WVA.

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Prof Nataliia Klietsova | PhD, Prof. of International Relations, Seniour Lecturer in HRM (SNAU (Ukraine) – University of Hertfordshire (UK))

Professor Nataliia Klietsova is a chartered HR specialist, international employment relations lawyer, and certified auditor with over 17 years’ experience in lecturing, research and consulting. She has provided consulting services in the fields of HR Management and Employee Relations to private veterinary practices, accountancy and law firms. She received her doctorate in Economic Sciences from Sumy National Agrarian University, Ukraine (SNAU) in 2009, with a thesis based on quantitative research into attracting foreign investment for the development of employees in private companies under free market conditions. She also hold an MSc (Hons) in Management of Foreign Economic Activity (SNAU, 2006) and an MSc (Hons) in Law (SNAU, 2017). In 2010 she was named a Laureate of the Verkhovna Rada (parliament) of Ukraine and awarded a scholarship, a recognition at national level of the most talented young specialists. To date, she has published research in more than 195 scientific papers. Field of research: economic, social and legal approaches of international HRM in Veterinary Medicine in peace time, under conditions of Covid-19, digitalization, migration, war. Current research: Resilience Animals and Doctors of Veterinary Medicine under Conditions of War in frames of One Health, improvement of the veterinarian legislation to the EU and world demands. She is a keen linguist, speaking Ukrainian and Russian natively, and having studied several other languages including English, Chinese, German, and French. She is also the mother of three children. Since 2009 till now Nataliia is obtaining the position of the Professor of International Relations Chair of SNAU in specialty “International Law” (Ukraine). Since January 2023 she also serves as a Senior Lecturer in the Human Resources subject group at the University of Hertfordshire Business School (UK). Under conditions of war in Ukraine she is actively involved in the educational and mentoring process of Ukraine as she was leaving under sieged in her Sumy city. In May 2022 she was the coach of the students’ team representing Ukraine at the Final Oral Offline Round in Strasbourg at the «European human rights moot court competitions» by ELSA. In June, 2022 (London), in November, 2022 (Malta), in November, 2023 (Brussels) she was the member of the Ukrainian delegation to the FVE and UEVP General Assemblies. In April, 2023 (Taiwan) she represented Ukraine at the WVA.

Annemarie Hatting

Associate Professor Annemarie Hattingh

Interests: Physical science teacher education, with a special focus on curriculum design for authentic learning in problem-based learning environments; teacher effectiveness in constraining contexts; doctoral learning communities of practice.