Dmytro Shuval is a businessman and public figure. A government relations expert at the international level. He has many years of experience in developing business and public relations, in particular, with the U.S., United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Israel and Sudan.
He was an advisor to the head of the Administration of the President of Ukraine (2016 – 2019).
In 2015, he initiated a project to develop cooperation between the U.S. and the Kharkiv border region, which at that time needed additional security guarantees and economic incentives. To do this, together with regional administration on a volunteer basis, he created a public platform “Kharkiv Region Office in Washington, DC”.
During its work (2015 – 2019), the Office co-organized the Forum in the U.S. Congress “Ukraine’s Continuous Struggle for Freedom”, organized a visit of the regional delegation to the U.S. with meetings with the leadership of federal authorities and government organizations, influential representatives of the U.S. Congress and leading think tanks. In addition, the Office initiated a return visit to the Kharkiv region of Michael Lally, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce for Europe and the Eurasian Region, attracted humanitarian aid for medical institutions in the region, provided consultations to more than 100 companies from Ukraine and the U.S., and also implemented a number of other successful projects.
Thanks to this, in 2016, for the first time in the history of Ukraine, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the U.S. through the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine and the regional authority – Kharkiv Regional State Administration.
Dmytro Shuval is a co-organizer of the Global Cybersecurity Summit 2017 (GCS 2017), which was held in Kyiv with the support of the U.S. Department of State, keynoted by Antony Blinken and other top representatives of the U.S. Government and experts.
Educated in the USA and Great Britain. Executive M.B.A. graduate University of Sheffield.