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Ukrainian Voices, the UN, and the Path to Peace

sponsored by the United Nations Association – USA – East Bay Chapter.


  • Igor A. Tregub, MS, is a Ukrainian-American and Senior Policy Advisor with the California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA). Prior roles at the U.S. Department of Energy include nuclear safety, nonproliferation, energy, and intergovernmental affairs in California, Nevada, Texas, Washington, D.C., and Central Asia. Public service experience includes two elected terms on the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, Executive Committee and other roles at Sierra Club, and an Advisory role at UNA USA East Bay Chapter. Igor founded and/or served as partner at several small businesses specializing in campaign strategies consulting.


  • Norman Bowen is emeritus professor of political science at California State University East Bay where he taught international relations and was director of the International Studies Program. His area of specialization was the United Nations. Previously, he taught for many years at The American University of Paris. He has been a member of the UNA East Bay Advisory Council and a past member of the UNA East Bay Board of Directors where he chaired the education committee.
  • Nataliia Goshylyk, PhD, is a Ukrainian citizen, and a Fulbright Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley researching ecological identity in social media with a focus on sustainable development. She is an Associate Professor of the English Philology Department at Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (Ukraine) and serves as the Director of the Non-Profit Organization “Centre for Communication Research” (Ukraine) working to bridge the gaps between formal and informal education and promote contemporary literacies worldwide.

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