Governance Board Member
Sevgil Musaieva is editor-in-chief of Ukrainska Pravda, Ukraine’s leading independent online newspaper covering politics, economics, and culture – and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Under her leadership, Ukrainska Pravda’s journalists have continued their reporting efforts despite Russia’s declared ban on the publication and the dangers of frontline reporting in an active war.
Before joining Ukrainska Pravda, Musaieva served as a business reporter for the newspaper Delo, the weekly Vlast Deneg, and Forbes Ukraine, where she covered corruption in the oil and gas industries, among other topics.
Musaieva was a 2019 Harvard University Nieman Fellow and is a six-time winner of the Presszvanie prize for economic journalism in Ukraine. She also received the Anthony Moskalenko Memorial Award for her contribution to the development of Ukrainian journalism, and Time magazine featured her as one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2022. She is a member of the Crimean Tatars, an ethnic group facing persecution within Russian-occupied Crimea. She also co-authored a book on Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev.