Biography of Mykolaiv City Mayor
Syenkevych Oleksandr was born on February, 4, 1982 in Mykolaiv.
He has two higher educations. In 2004 he graduated from Mykolaiv State University named after Petro Mohyla, and in 2007 – from Educational-scientific complex «Institute for applied system analysis» of the National technical University of Ukraine «Kyiv polytechnical institute».
His labour activity he started on December 2002, while being a lecturer in Mykolaiv branch of the private enterprise «Computer academy «SHAG».
From June, 3, 2005 till November, 2015 he has been working in «Kvadrologic» LLC. First he took up the post of engineer-programmer. From September, 2005 till December, 2006 he was personnel and communal services director. On December 2006 he became the head of «Kvadrologic» LLC. He has been working as the head of this enterprise till November 2015.
In 2014 in order to take an active part in Mykolaiv city life he founded a public organization «Golos gromady».
On November, 24, 2015 he was elected as Mykolaiv City Mayor.
Syenkevych Oleksandr is the youngest mayor of the regional centre of Ukraine. The main his task, as a mayor of a half a million city, is transformation of Mykolaiv into the best city for the citizens’ life. In his opinion, it is needed to declare about competitive city ambitions as a relevant player on the world investment market. With the purpose of tasks fulfilment, he introduces new effective standards of the city economy management, including open and rational use of Mykolaiv budget, setting up a system of quality and available services for the city citizens, investments attraction.
Oleksandr Syenkevych knows, how Mykolaiv of the future should looks like. And his has a clear vision of how to achieve this goal. “Mykolaiv has a chance to become the newest centre of engineering and production with the best transport and logistics hub of Ukraine”, - city mayor says.
Mykolaiv city mayor Oleksandr Syenkevych appreciates decency, honesty, and diligence in people. The most important in life is family!