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Miro Hero: Xmas Edition
21 December 2021 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm CET
Every December, as the year draws to a close, there is time to reflect and celebrate everything we have achieved.
2021 was a professional rollercoaster. Again.
It has opened up opportunities for some local in-person gatherings, amplified digital fatigue, and challenged us with hybrid working reality. We’ve been learning and adapting, stretching our brains and building up our Miro muscle. Being our faithful companion in every endeavor across the globe, Miro has helped us build bridges between continents, embark on exciting learning journeys, organize festivals in times of cancelled physical events and, most important, keep our team spirits high.
And we’ve thought: why not keep the Miro Hero tradition and invite all of you — Miro Explorers, Miro Lovers, and Miro Gurus — to jump on our Miro 2021 highlights tour?
Join us for Miro Hero: Xmas Edition, taking place on Zoom on December 21, 2021, at 15:00–16:00 CET!
Register here until December 20 to join us. Participation is free of charge.
This event is neither prepared nor conducted by the Miro team. It does not represent advertisement of Miro and does not imply that similar services could not be used. MitOst e.V. is fully responsible for the shared content.
Ruslan Kildeev is an edtech producer, sustainability geek, visual thinker, and digital magician. He accompanies teams and organizations in growing their digital capacities, developing virtual learning journeys, and hosting meaningful online gatherings. Since 2018, Ruslan has been working for MitOst e.V. In his job, he especially values the opportunity to work glocally, learning & experimenting mode, and cool people around. In his spare time, he takes pictures and solves mathematical puzzles. He also loves podcasting — both to listen to and produce own ones.
Zoya Lukyanova is the deputy coordinator of the Active Citizenship department at MitOst e.V. In the past, she represented MitOst in Russia and neighbouring countries and was responsible for developing new partnerships and programmes in the fields of social innovation and social entrepreneurship. Her master thesis at Hertie School of Governance was on comparing ecosystems for social entrepreneurship in Russia, Georgia and Ukraine. Zoya has over 15 years of experience in the fields of international cooperation and impact-driven networks as Global Network Partner of BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt for Eastern Europe and as an advisor of several programmes of GIZ GmbH.