Ermek is a head of the Board of Experts at the HTP and also leads information systems sector at the ICT department of the Jogorku Kenesh apparatus. He develops automatization plans of the Parliament activities, oversees implementation of new information systems, and ensures information security. He holds a master's degree with honours in mathematical modelling from KGUSTA.
Chubak joined to the High Technology Park of the Kyrgyz Republic in March 2019 and plays one of the key roles in the development and support of HTP residents. He is also in charge of consulting and recruting international and local IT companies and expanding global markets of HTP resident companies. He has more than 5 years of experience in the IT sector, in addition to 3-year sales and consultancy experience. He earned his bachelors degree in Business Administration from AUCA and MS degree in Operations and Logistics Management from the University of East Anglia, UK. From 2013 to 2017, he was working as a sales and a project manager for local IT companies.
Azis is a member of the HTP Supervisory Board and the founder of the Kyrgyz Association of Software and Service Developers (KARPOU) and HTP. Azis has made a major contribution to popularizing the ICT profession in the country and has inspired many IT companies to enter international markets.
Saikal helps to ensure the smooth functioning of the Directory by engaging in administrative and operational work.
Kubanych is expert at the HTP and also Technical deputy director of government-owned enterprise "Infocom". He provides general coordination and management of software development, information systems, project management, and technical support departments. He also works out of enterprise strategy in the ICT sector. Kubanych has more than 15 years of experience in this sector. He holds a bachelor degree in Applied Mathematics from the state university named after K. Tynystanov.
Kanagat is in the Expert Board of the HTP and also an ICT consultant to the UN (Vienna).
He has extensive experience in working with international institutions in such domains as an integrated information systems, datacenters, project management, e-library and online education, data migration, network architecture, and many others.
Kanagat has more than 20 years of experience in the ICT sector and holds a masters degree in Computer Systems and Automatizations from Ala-Too University, and currently in the PhD program in Computer Science.
Kanat Mukanov takes the vision of the digital transformation of Kyrgyzstan and makes it a reality through strategy development and direct impact on relevant policies.
Respected as a credible voice in decision making, Mr Mukanov is currently a member of the HTP Supervisory Board and a Director of the Personal data protection department at the State Agency for Digital Development.
Kanat Mukanov led the digital transformation in the country starting in 2007 as an expert integrating e-Government systems and most recently spearheading major strategic shifts in uniting the government and IT sector as a Head of the Department of Digital Transformation under the Apparatus of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Andrey is an expert at the HTP and also the co-founder & general manager at TimelySoft LLC. His company was one of the first residents at the HTP. He has 18 years of experience in database design and development. Now he is developing cloud-based technologies for his clients. Andrey has a bachelor degree with honours in Information Systems and Internet, a graduate degree in Automated Data Processing and Management from the Kyrgyz State University, and masters degree in Software Engineering with honours form Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University.
Aidin is a member of the Supervisory Board at the HTP and also Deputy Minister of the Economics Ministry of the Kyrgyz Republic. He has held a number of senior positions in the Government and Presidential offices and has made contributions in shaping industrial policies of the KR. He holds a master's degree in international relations (economics) from the Waseda University, Japan.
Chinara is a lawyer and a member of the HTP Supervisory Board. From 2003 to 2011 she worked in the executive branch of Kyrgyz Republic, and from 2011 to present - in the legislative branch. She is an expert of the Committee of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic on transport, communications, architecture and construction. She has the class rank of the 1st class Government Office Counselor.
Temir is a lawyer of the HTP Directorate, whose main duties include full legal support of the Directorate’s activities, including development and maintenance of the internal regulatory framework and supporting contractual relationships of the HTP Directorate, ensuring legal rights and interests of the HTP Directorate and its residents in the external context through cooperation with the public, private and international organizations as well as contributing to the development and sustainable functioning of the legal side of the IT sector.
Temir is a graduate of Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree Programs under the International and Business Law Department of the American University of Central Asia. He has work experience in environmental law, banking and microfinance law, corporate law, and non-profit law. He has professional knowledge and skills of corporate secretary, legal drafting expert, transactional attorney, legal entities formation and liquidation legal advisor, labor relations and tax legal consultant, litigator. His job history as of lawyer encompasses employment in public, private, non-profit organizations, and international projects.
Taalai Baiterekov is the Head of the Supervisory Board of the High Technology Park of the Kyrgyz Republic, leading the strategy engine of the technopark towards its mission and goals. On top of that, Mr Baiterekov was a Deputy Director of the Eurasian Economic Commission's IT Department since 2017 and the Director of the Electronic Governance Center of the Kyrgyz Republic. Mr Baiterekov has extensive experience in supervising government digital agencies, helping to establish a strong IT foundation in Kyrgyzstan.
In his previous role with one of the major banks in the country, Taalai Baiterekov served as the Head of the Information Security Department ensuring and implementing top-notch security policies. Mr Baiterekov holds a master's degree in mathematical modelling of databases from the Kyrgyz National University.
Ermek Niyazov is the Deputy Chairman of the HTP Supervisory Board, as well as the Director of CAVES Llc, which provides cloud technologies in the Kyrgyz Republic. From 2013 to 2015, he served as Vice President and Commercial Director of Kyrgyztelecom, the National Operator of the Kyrgyz Republic. Mr. Niyazov has spent most of his career in finance and marketing, working for companies such as Oracle, Beeline, Cisco Systems and others. He is a well-known entrepreneur who has initiated several startups in Kyrgyzstan, most of which are still active. From 2011 to 2012, Mr. Niyazov served as the Chairman of the Bishkek Business Club, a business association that promotes and supports the Bishkek business community. Since 2012, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of Bank of Asia CJSC, and was also a member of the Board of Directors of Shoro CJSC in 2015-2018.
Irina Baikulova is a member of the HTP Supervisory Board, as well as Deputy Director of the Public Foundation "Civil Initiative Internet Policy ". Irina Baikulova is also an interdisciplinary expert in the field of law and the application of IT / ICT, a specialist in the field of digital and cyber law. She has more than 25 years of legal practice and legal consulting in the state and commercial spheres, international and non-profit organizations. In addition, he has 13 years of experience in analyzing, developing and implementing advanced research in the legislative and regulatory framework in the field of ICT, personal data, and digital innovations in the Kyrgyz Republic. Ms. Baikulova is a co-author of draft laws and regulations at the government level in the field of IT use, data protection, digital transformation, provision of digital services and interdepartmental information exchange.
Murad Karaev is a member of the HTP Supervisory Board, as well as the head of the sector for providing an electronic registration system, voting and a meeting room support system of the Information Technology Department of the Office of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic. From 1997 to 2009 he worked as a manager
affairs of the President of the KR of the Department of material and technical support of the chambers of the LCD of the KR, a leading specialist in computer technology of the SNP of the LCD of the KR and a senior consultant of the Department of information and software and technical support of the Apparatus of the LCD of the KR. Mr. Karaev has the class rank of Adviser to the GP of the 1st class.