Sophia Opatska Ranked among SHE Rank Top 5 Business Ladies by Delo.UA

The business portal Delo.UA awarded the finalists of SHE Rank TOP 100, a ranking of the most successful business ladies in Ukraine.

On March 26, the businessportalDelo.UApublicizedthefinalresultsof SHE Rank TOP 100, a ranking of the most successful business ladies in Ukraine, and awarded the winners. Apart from the award ceremony, the event featured two discussions: “Caring for Yourself: Health as Social Responsibility” dedicated to breast cancer prevention and “Female Leadership in Times of Crisis: How to Get out of Hell – Success Story”.

The final score of each participant is a combination of three components: one third – online voting results, one third – expert assessment, one third – monitoring of the media coverage of the participant’s activities.

Top 5 MostSuccessfulBusinessLadiesinUkraine
Olena Makeeva, former managing partner of the audit firm “Aksonova&Associates”, now – Ukraine’s Deputy Finance Minister
Nataliya Netovkina, President of ZARINAJewelry House
Olena Malynska, Chair of the Management Board of CreditDneprBank
Svitlana Didenko, CEO of the pharmaceutical company “Darnytsia
Sophia Opatska, CEO of Lviv Business School of the Ukrainian Catholic University (LvBS)

More details about SHE Rank TOP 100

Assessment Methodology

All the participants received a certain number of points (out of a maximum of 50) based on the user voting results. 50 more points could be awarded by experts.   

The finalists were selected according to the following criteria: 
business progress
renown
influence (in their industry)
reputation
professional development

“This award has become a sign of recognition not only for me, but for the whole team of Lviv Business School. The criteria that were applied during the selection process (in particular, influence) and that placed me among Top 5 proved once again the significance of our work for the entire society. I would like to express my gratitude to Delo.UA for having launched such a project and initiated important discussions during the award ceremony,” summarized Sophia Opatska