Kira Rudik is a Ukrainian politician and the current leader of the political party Voice, as well as a member of the Ukrainian parliament since 2019. Rudyk was born on October 14, 1985, in Uzhhorod and studied informatics at the Kiev-Mohyla Academy’s Faculty of Informatics from 2008 to 2009, receiving a degree in Information Control Systems and Technologies.
She began her IT career as a software tester at Software MacKiev in 2005, and after working in several IT firms in Ukraine and the United States, she advanced to top management. Explore more about Kira Rudik‘s wiki, bio, age, height, weight, net worth, career, wife and many more facts about her.
Kira Rudik Height, Weight & Measurements
How tall is Kira Rudik? She stands at an ideal height of 5 ft 1 in or 155 cm with a balanced body weight of 49 kg or 108 pounds. She has dark brown hair and eyes color. Samantha has a slim body build with 32-26-32 in or 81-66-81 cm of body measurement.
Kira Rudik Career
Kira Rudik was a tester before starting her IT work as a software developer at Software MacKiev in 2005, then worked as a director of functions at MiMedia (2010—2013) and TechTeamLabs (2013—2016).
In 2016, she became the chief operating officer of Ring Ukraine, a unit of Ring Inc., which Amazon acquired in 2018. Rudyk held the same post at Ring Ukraine, a part of Ring Inc. purchased by Amazon in 2018.
Kira Rudik Net Worth
In the 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election, he was elected as a deputy for Ukraine’s twentieth constituency (Kherson Oblast) and contested the election place third on Voice’s list.
After Svyatoslav Vakarchuk resigned as leader of Voice on 12 March 2020, Rudyk was chosen to take his position.
On July 29, 2021, 7 of the party’s 10 MPs were kicked out of the organization. 5 of them had already given statements to leave the party.
These five people were unhappy with what they perceived as “Kira Rudyk’s consolidation of power over the party.” As of 2022, her net worth is estimated to be $34 million.
Ukraine Parliament member: ‘More surprises coming for Putin’s army’
Ukraine Member of Parliament Kira Rudik said multiple Russian attempts to break Kyiv’s defense were stopped Saturday, and she promised “more surprises” for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s army.
Rudik also said U.S. sanctions on Russia came “very, very late.”