Director of Finance and Administration,
Member of Management Board
Aile Kullerkupp is the Member of Management Board and Director of Finance and Administration at e-Governance Academy. She is responsible for financial, accounting and administrative management.
Aile has many years of experience in the financial management and accounting of non-profit organisations. She has worked as Finance Manager of the e-Governance Academy since 2007.
Previously she spent eight years as the Finance Manager of the Estonian Institute for Sustainable Development (the Tallinn-based centre of the Stockholm Environment Institute) and as an accountant with the Estonian Association for Environmental Management. In the e-Governance Academy she is responsible for everyday accounting and deals with financial management, budgeting, project reporting and financial supervision. She also drafts offers, manages projects and talks to financiers, auditors and other project parties.
Aile has worked with various financiers, including the European Commission, the Office of Development Cooperation of the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Information System Authority of Estonia, Enterprise Estonia, the Open Estonia Foundation and the UNDP.
Aile is a graduate of the Estonian Business School and Tallinn Secondary School of Commerce. She is fluent in Estonian, English and Finnish and speaks conversational Russian.
Andrii Piskun works for the e-Governance Academy since 2016. Currently he leads the Component “E-services” of the EU4DigitalUA project.
Prior to that, he was responsible for the establishment, development and implementation of the Vulyk Information System in Ukraine within the EGOV4UKRAINE project. Additionally, he was one of the organisers of the Forum of IT Directors of the Ukrainian Public Sector.
Previously, he was an advisor to the Head of the State Agency for E-Governance of Ukraine for more than 3 years.
Andrii has more than 15 years of experience in designing the development, implementation and support of information systems of various complexity tiers and aggregation of authority.
Andrii is also experienced in company management, for both governmental (previously, he headed the Ukrainian E-Health Centre and the Ukrainian National Centre for E-Governance Support) and private companies specialized in information technologies.
Andrii graduated from the Military Institute of Telecommunications and Information of the National Technical University of Ukraine (Kyiv Polytechnic Institute) with the Master’s Degree as an Engineer Mathematician and Military Tactician Officer, under the “Software Support to Automated Systems” specialty.
Epp Maaten is Programme Director of Cybersecurity at the e-Governance Academy.
Epp Maaten has 20 years of experience from Estonian public sector institutions. She worked as Advisor and Deputy Head of the Electronic Voting Committee.
She has advised the President of Estonia and the Chancellor of Justice on information society related matters. Previously Epp served at Estonian Information System Authority and managed governmental policy and projects concerning critical infrastructure protection and IT risk management. Epp has been also auditor at Eesti Energia and National Audit Office. Until 2007, she coordinated the IT projects of the National Electoral Committee, including Internet voting.
She is a certified IT auditor (CISA) and graduated from the IT College of Tallinn University of Technology as an IT systems administrator and reached a master degree in public administration.