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Current members of the Partnership[править]
Sofia A. Bagdasarova
Born on the 2nd of November 1979. Education: Bachelor of Management (Finance), Specialist degree in "Cross-cultural communication" (Translation studies). Freelance conference interpreter, Kazan. Tatar Wikipedia participant since 2012, "Wikipedias in the languages of Russia" meta-project - since 2015.
Dmitry A. Jukov
Born on the 6th of May 1981 in Rostov-on-Don. Education: Economics. Russian Wikipedia participant since 2005, administrator since 2012.
Pavel L. Kaganer
Russian Wikipedia participant since 2004. Education: unfinished degree in Architecture and Construction from Petersburg State Transport University and a degree in Economics from Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping; working in development and implementation of Enterprise Management Systems, including Business Process Analysis and Simulation, as well as Managerial Consulting. Former member of the Arbitration Committees, active Meta-Translator, works on development of Wikipedias in regional and minority languages of Russia.
Linar R. Khalitov
Education: Finance. Russian Wikipedia participant since 2007, Wikimedia Commons Administrator and Administrator-Bureaucrat of the Russian Wikipedia since 2010, OTRS-agent. Lives in Kazan.
Andrey Yu. Korolkov
Stanislav A. Kozlovskij
Principle Public Relations Contact of the Partnership. Ph.D. in Psychology from Lomonosov Moscow State University, specializing in Psychophysiology. One of the first Russian Wikipedia participants (since 2004), current administrator. Executive Director until May 2023.
Vyacheslav A. Krakhotin
Contributes into Wikipedia since 2007. Served as an Administrator, Oversight Userом and CheckUser. Twice elected into Arbitration Committee.
Nikolay N. Litvinov
Wikimedian since 2013, OTRS-member, lead co-organizing 2015 Wiki-Conference, 2015 Science Photo Competition. Born on the 7th of September 1976 in Murmanskaya oblast'. Specialization: Systems Engineering (Industrial Systems Performance), Ph.D. in Economics (MAI), Full Lecturer. Nikolay worked in corporations in the field of R&D, Economics and Finance, Marketing and Strategic Management. In 2007 he was named among Top-10 Innovative Managers (Moscow City Administration Competition), was an Invited Speaker to the Russian Section of the European Business Summit in Brussels. He has also developed educational courses, wrote analytical articles and monographies on Corporate and Strategic Management. Areas of his interest are development of writing, history, systematization of knowledge.
Anastasia Yu. Lvova
Wikimedian since 2007, Wikimedia Foundation Communications Committee member, ex-Administrator of the Russian Wikipedia. Has access to the Partnership blog, Social media accounts, WMRU-wiki administration, OTRS. Magna cum laude diplomas in Management from Moscow Finance and Jurispudence Academy and Psychology from Moscow University of Public Administration (MUGU). Volunteered for the Partnership until 2013.
Nikolay N. Pavlov
Initiator of Sakha Wikipedia (2007) and Sakha Wikisource. Sakha Wikipedia Bureaucrat. Lives in Yakutsk.
Natalia Borisovna Senatorova
Deputy Head of the Department of Cultural and Educational Projects and Programs, the Central Universal Science Nekrasov Library. Winner of the competition "The Best Librarian of Moscow" 2021. She was born on September 29, 1980 in Kuibyshev. Education: Faculty of Engineering and Technology of the Samara State Technical University (engineer-technologist, diploma with honors, 1997-2003), postgraduate study at the Faculty of Automation of Information Technologies of the Samara State Technical University, specializing in "System Analysis and Control" (03/27/03). Worked as a public relations specialist at the Vyborg United Museum-Preserve (2015-2017). Before joining the Vyborg Castle, she was the head of the advertising and marketing department of a large industrial company manufacturing power equipment in Samara, she was deputy director for the development of a network of veterinary pharmacies, a senior police lieutenant in an educational institution of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia (Samara branch of the Saratov Law Institute, 2005-2010) and the Federal Penitentiary Service (Samara Law Institute of Federal Prosecution Service, 2010-2015). She taught at various universities in Samara, worked as a senior researcher at the Samara Literary Museum. Since 2019, he has been conducting project seminars at the Moscow Polytechnic University (communications in the field of information security).
Anatolij M. Tsapenko
Russian Wikipedia participant since 2007 (Reviewer since 2009). 1976 Alumnus of Vladimir Lenin Tashkent State University Faculty of Physics, 1981 Postgraduate Course of Moscow State University, working afterwards as senior engineer, engineer-developer, lead engineer, lead mathematician and scientific officer in a number of Design Bureaus and Research Institutes in Moscow and Tashkent, where he lived through 1993. Since taught, researched, did technical writing etc. in Samare (1993-98) and later in Moscow. Currently works as an Administrator at the Ushinsky Scientific Pegagogical Library in Moscow. Helped organizing and conducting 2008 & 2012 WikiConferences in Moscow.
Andrey A. Volykhov
Russian Wikipedia participant since 2005. 2008 Alumnus of Moscow State University Materials Science Faculty; 2011 Ph.D. in Chemistry, specializing in «Chemistry of Solids». Plays «What? Where? When?» for «Механизм реакции» team.
Ex-Members of the Partnership[править]
- Oleg Abarnikov (2017—2022)
- Aleksandr Bredov (2013—2019)
- Dmitry Erokhin (2017—2022)
- Sergey Ilyinykh (2008—2014)
- Aleksandr Krasotkin (2013—2015)
- Sergey Leschina (2008-2016)
- Sergey Marskiy (2017—2022)
- Vladimir Medeyko (2008—2023)
- Aleksandr Motin (2008—2013)
- Andrey Petrov (2017—2022)
- Yuriy Privalko (2008—2013)
- Dmitriy Rozhkov (2013—2023)
- Rishat Sayfutdinov (2017—2022)
- Maxim Semenik (2008—2013)
- Aleksandr Sigachev (2008-2017)
- Vladimir Solovjev (2013—2019)
- Julia Sukhomlinova (2019—2021)
- Sergey Vladimirov (2013-2017)
- Maksim Votyakov (2008—2013)
Born in Alma-Ata on 6th of December 1984. 2007 Magna Cum laude from Oryol State University. Russian Wikipedia participant since 2006. Lezgian and Altai Wikipedia Administrator. Small Wiki Monitoring Team member. Football historian, editor, translator. Member of of the Russian Geographical Society. Member of Baumansky «What? Where? When?» club.
Aleksandr V. Bredov
Born on 6th of May 1983 in Bryansk. Engineer, specializing in oscilations of high-rise steel structures. Russian Wikipedia participant since 2006, administrator since 2008.
Born in Novokuznetsk on 1st of November 1979. Russian ultramarathon and trail runner, amateur sports organizer. Public activist, promoter of running and healthy lifestyles. Member of Russian Geographic Society. Active Wikipedian and Wikimedia movement activist, Wiki-award 2013 recepient.
Sergey A. Ilyinykh
Russian Wikipedia participant since 2004, Administrator since 2006, twice Administration Committee member, CheckUser. Education: Translation Science, ex-Military Interpreter.
Aleksandr N. Krasotkin
Program Grants Committee Member. Russian Wikipedia participant (Deletion Reviewer), Russian Wikinews (Bureaucrat and Administrator), Wikimedia Commons (File Mover, License Reviewer), Russian Wikipedia's 17th Arbitration Committee member. Born on the 29th of December 1970 in Lutsk. Education: Bauman Moscow State Technical University, faculty of Information Science and Control. Entrepreneur, Manager.
Sergey G. Leschina
Software developer. Wikimedian since 2006. Russian Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons Administrator, OTRS-agent.
Vladimir V. Medeyko
One of the first Russian Wikipedia participants (since 2003). Administrator, served a few times in the Arbitration Committee, OTRS-agent, previously — RuWiki CheckUser and Bureaucrat. Director of the Partnership from 2008 to May 2023.
Aleksandr A. Motin
Born on 18th of January 1980. Member of the Russian Union of Journalists, participant of Wikimedia projects — Erzya Wikipedia Administrator, coordinator of «Wikimedians of Erzya language User Group».
Yuriy N. Privalko
Dmitry V. Rozhkov
Russian Wikipedia participant since 2007. Served a few times in the Arbitration Committee, previously — RuWiki Administrator. 2007 Alumnus of Bauman Moscow State Technical University faculty of Robotics and Complex Automation.
Maxim G. Semenik
Aleksandr S. Sigachev
Russian Wikipedia participant since 2004, its ex-Administrator, twice served in the Arbitration Committee, current Bureaucrat, ex-Oversight User, OTRS-agent. 2006 Alumnus of Bauman Moscow State Technical University faculty of Information Science and Control Systems. Teaches a course on the Data Bases at the Moscow State University of the Printing Arts, designs and develops software for developer group management and production automation.
Vladimir A. Solovjev
Born on the 18th of December 1971. Education: Engineer in Designing and Production Technology of Radio-Electronic Systems. Assistant professor of the eponymous chair at Bauman Moscow State Technical University. Russian Wikipedia participant since 2005 (Administrator since 2009, Bureaucrat since 2012, Oversight User since 2013, OTRS-agent, 4 times elected into the Arbitration Committee).
Julia Grigorievna Sukhomlinova
Born Feb 10, 1970 in the Istra town at the Moscow Oblast. Graduated from the Faculty of Road Construction Machinery of the Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University, specialty: Automation of industrial processes and production. He has been working in the construction industry (estimate) for more than 30 years. In Wikipedia since 2008, a member of the Russian Wikipedia project Project:Library, wiki-expedition, Wikipedia:Articles of the year, international Wikimedia project in the field of art GLAM. Jury member of the contest WikiGap 2018 Russia and WikiGap 2019 Russia.
Sergey M. Vladimirov
Russian Wikimedia participant since 2008, Russian Wikipedia and Wiktionary administrator since 2008, former member of the Arbitration Committee.
Maxim V. Votyakov