Was born in Moscow. Liable for military service.
MSUPE graduate with a degree in social education;
His previous education was secondary specialized in the specialty of a teacher, organizer of educational activities with a specialization in psychology.
In the implementation of youth projects since 2005.
Participant of the meeting with President V.V. Putin at the Zavidovo residence in 2005.
Since 2006, he has been the head of the Our Army direction of the Nashi movement in Moscow.
Traffic commissar OUR to date.
From 2006 to 2008, he did military service in the Vityaz and Typhoon Special Forces of the Interior Ministry of the Russian Federation;
Business trip to Dagestan in 2007 as part of OSN Vityaz.
Sniper. Bronze medalist of the Troops Championship in shooting from a sniper rifle 2008.
Champion of the Eastern Regional Command of the Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in Judo, Sambo, shooting from personal weapons (rifle). Participant of 6 Troops championships.
From 2008 to 2010 he passed contract service as an instructor of the SN platoon in Moscow;
From 2009 to 2010 teacher of the Central Education Center No. 1861;
From 2010 to the present - project manager Stop Ham;
From 2020 to the present - Vice President of Synergy Corporation for GR
Stop Ham is a unique project that has grown from a civil campaign against rudeness on the road to an all-Russian project of educating young people for such qualities as patriotism, leadership, honesty, politeness, collectivism and many others. Dr.
The project has 100% recognition both in the Internet environment and among the TV audience. During the two years of the project's implementation, its activities were covered several hundred times only on Federal channels. The total number of impressions on TV has exceeded 1000.
As a project manager, he presented the project and reported on the success of V.V. Putin in 2011 and 2012, at the all-Russian youth forum Seliger.
Currently Stop Ham is an international project with offices in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Moldova and the Baltic countries.