Based on the open competition, the Board of Transparency International Ukraine appointed Andrii Borovyk the organization’s executive director for a three-year period. He has been leading the organization since 2019.

In total, 57 people applied for the position of the executive director. After studying the documents submitted and conducting interviews, the Board of TI Ukraine decided that Andrii Borovyk is the most suitable candidate for the position.

According to the Charter of the organization, the board members elect the executive director every three years, and the scheduled election was to be held in the spring of 2022. But due to Russia’s full-scale invasion into Ukraine, the competition was declared invalid. The new competition was announced in the fall and ended in December 2022. The elected director will lead the organization until 2025.

“The team of TI Ukraine has been standing strong during the war and continues to work hard. We have reconstruction ahead of us, which, among other things, will entail corruption risks. So there is a lot of work ahead. I am grateful for the trust, and I hope that I will help the organization in this difficult time,” says Andrii Borovyk.

He has been working at Transparency International Ukraine for over 6 years. During this time, the organization has developed and launched the systems Prozorro and Prozorro.Sale, for procurement and sale of state-owned property and public property management, and handed them over to the state. The organization has also developed the transparency and accountability rankings of the 100 largest cities in Ukraine.


Andrii Borovyk is an expert with more than 5 years of experience in anti-corruption advocacy, business consulting, investment analysis and business processes in the public sector. He graduated from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with a degree in economics and obtained a master’s degree in business analysis and consulting from Warwick Business School, UK. He was a member of the Public Council at NABU (2018), a member of the re-certification commission at the Prosecutor General’s Office (2019), a member of the commission for the selection of anti-corruption prosecutors (2020).

Andrii is currently a member of the Board of the RISE Coalition and NAKO, the Ethics Committee of the Ukrainian Network for Integrity and Compliance (UNIC) and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). Previously, he served as Chief Administrative Officer in the Office of the Prosecutor General’s Reform and Quality Assurance Division with the Georgia Reform Team and as an investment analyst.