Paul PNG-MOEX2016Goncharoff A native New Yorker, based in Russia since 1991. Engaged in the Soviet and Russia markets since 1976. Has worked as business owner and C-level executive within several businesses (AIG, Yukos, Petropavlovsk) from Moscow to Vladivostok. Experienced strategic advisor and Board Member/Non Executive Director (NED) for several Russia firms. Strong reputation in the Russia/CIS business arena for successfully introducing and supporting common-sense governance best practices, enhancing value, managing risk, defining mission, purpose, profitability & transparency improvement.

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Stanislov Krapivnik was born in the Soviet Union and immigrated to the US when he was 8 years old. In 1995, he took an Active Duty US Army Commission. Upon completion of service with the rank of Captain, he went to work for Halliburton as a project manager. He later became Global Supply Chain Manager for Cameron’s Surface Systems Division, greenfielding Cameron’s Russian Sourcing Office, and Halliburton’s Eurasian Supply Chain Director. Further, he was a Consultant to Exxon Neftigaz Ltd in Sakhalin, on location of their marine and land drilling platforms. He successfully restructured job tasks for efficiency and safety.

Stanislov received a BA in Business Management (International Trade), a BS in Computer Science and an MBA in Supply Chain.

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Matt Schultz moved to Moscow in 2000 to work for the U.S. Embassy. After leaving the Embassy in 2006, he served as director of the Russian branches of two international logistics companies and was a consultant for several industrial projects.  Matt has extensive experience in the areas of risk management, supply chain development and industrial investment specific to Russia and the CIS.

Matt received a BA degree in International Relations from Principia College in 1998 and a MA degree in International Policy Studies from the Monterey Institute of International Studies in 2000.