completed her master's degree in Media Communications at the Ukrainian Catholic University. She worked as a Trainee in the European Parliament and she has been actively involved in various non-profit and civil society programs focused on promoting youth civic engagement and has extensive experience working on communications and promoting youth civic engagement in non-profit and civil society programs such as the Ukrainian Danish Youth House, the USAID/ENGAGE project, and as a member of the Yalta European Strategy (YES) forum's PR team.
Following Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Ms. Bondar and her university classmates volunteered to combat Russian propaganda and disinformation, communicating often with young people throughout the world to encourage them to support Ukraine. She now holds the position of Social Media Manager at the National Agency on Corruption Prevention. In this role, she is dedicated to building zero tolerance for corruption among the young generation of Ukrainians and working towards a more democratic and dignified society.