The OKO International Ethnographic Film Festival's administrator, a Ukrainian of Bulgarian origin, and a student.
Donna was born in the Bulgarian village of Krynychne, Odesa region, on February 10, 2002.
In 2019, she graduated from Krynychne Secondary School (now Krynychne Lyceum) and entered the Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics. She is now majoring in Philology: Germanic Languages and Literature.
In 2020-2022, she was a curator for freshmen and took an active part in university cultural events.
Since childhood, she has been interested in the culture of her village, explored it, and wrote research works for the Minor Academy of Sciences while studying at school. Donna's enthusiasm motivated her to volunteer for the first OKO edition in 2020.
She became the administrator of the OKO International Ethnographic Film Festival in 2021.
Donna speaks Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Russian, and English fluently and also studies German.
In 2022, she worked as an English teacher at an online school named Anti School.
For Donna, OKO is a project that allows her to grow and learn about the diversity of the people of the world, a project that inspires and motivates her.