Yulia is a hydraulic engineer with eight years of experience in the field of hydropower. She brings a diverse wealth of expertise to her projects, having worked in Canada and now in the United States on projects such as consulting services for the rehabilitation of the Trent-Severn Waterway, the Kambarata HPP-1 feasibility study in Kyrgyzstan, and the training of more than 100 Russian engineers on international best practices in hydropower.
Fluent in four languages (English, Spanish, French, and Russian), Yulia believes in the value of strong interpersonal communication, leadership, and team skills, and she uses those skills to thrive in fast-paced environments where meeting tight deadlines is of the utmost importance. Yulia is passionate about international projects which brings new perspectives and new ideas to her work, and she supports climate-resilient design to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Whether it’s for a project or vacation, Yulia loves to travel, discover new cultures, meet new people, and see new places. In her free time, she enjoys running.