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Junior Chamber installs new, and youngest-ever President

Junior Chamber installs new, and youngest-ever President

By Staff Writer - January 30, 2018

JCI 2018 President Olena Prykhodko with Olivier Mura, 2017 President. Photo: Flickr JCE Monaco
JCI 2018 President Olena Prykhodko with Olivier Mura, 2017 President. Photo: Flickr JCE Monaco

Olena Prykhodko was installed as the 55th President of Monaco’s Junior Chamber of Commerce (JCI) on Tuesday, January 23, during a ceremony at La Marée. She succeeds Olivier Mura and is the youngest president to be elected.

She was introduced to JCI in 2015, through Jean-Luc Meoli, who was a very active member of JCE Monaco, unfortunately now deceased. Various assignments were then entrusted to her in the organisation of the Start-Up Weekend and, in 2017, she was appointed Vice-President of the training programme.

Both Olena and Olivier took the opportunity last week to pay tribute to their loved ones, present and absent, who continue to support them in their work for the Chamber and in their lives outside it.

No fewer than 80 people were present at the ceremony, which was followed by dinner.


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