Zhanna Mikhailovna Terekhova
Zhanna Terekhova was born on 12 September 1974. She is the 3rd Class Full State Councilor.
She has higher education. In 1998 she graduated from the Russian State University of Transport, in 2013 she graduated from Plekhanov Russian University of Economics with degree in Finance Management. Zhanna Terekhova studied by the Presidential program, designed to educate professional managers for national economy sectors.
1993 – 2006 – worked at various positions in TV and Radio broadcasting.
2000 – 2006 – Senior Professor at Economics, Finances and Administration at Railway Transport Department of the Russian State University of Transport.
2006 – 2010 – Head of Press Service in the Mosavtotrans State Enterprise.
2010 – 2013 – Press secretary of the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow Transport Department – Head of Press Service of the Moscow transport complex.
2013 – Press secretary of the Minister of Transport of Moscow Region, Deputy Head of the Work Organization Department in the Ministry of Transport of Moscow.
2013 – 2015 – Head of External Contacts Directorate of the Yedinaya Trasnportnaya Direktsiya (Crimea), formerly known as Transportnaya Direktsiya Olimpiyskikh Igr (Sochi).
January 2015 – August 2015 – Director of the External Communications Administration in the Rosmorport Federal Enterprise.
August 2015 – Councilor of the Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation – Press Secretary.
Since 29 May 2018 – Head of the Public Warning Office in the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
Zhanna Terekhova has state and departmental awards: letter of gratitude by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin for organizing XXII Olympic Games and XI Paralympics in 2014 in Sochi, 3rd Class Medal for Impeccable Work in 2018 and other departmental awards.
Zhanna Terekhova took part in response to the following emergencies:
2015 – Airbus A321 crash over the central part of Sinai Peninsula.
2016 – Boeing 737 crash in the Airport of Rostov-on-Don.
2016 – Tupolev Tu-154 crash in Sochi.
2018 – Antonov An-148 crash in Moscow Region.