Ksenia Sokolova became the head of the Fund of Dr. Lisa

Ksenia Sokolova

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Journalist and ally of Dr. Lisa unanimously approved as the new President of the “Fair aid”. The decision was made Tuesday at a meeting of the Fund

A former columnist for GQ magazine and former editor in chief of Esquire magazine Ksenia Sokolova elected new President of the Fund “Fair use”, created died in a plane crash Elizabeth Glinka. About it reports “RIA Novosti”.

Candidate Sokolova was approved on Tuesday, February 14, at the meeting of the members of the General Assembly of the Fund. Was also re-elected Board members of the organization.

“I am deeply touched by what colleagues and associates of Elizabeth had trust in me and offered to take part in the work of the organization, becoming President of the “Fair aid”. It is a great honor and a great responsibility,” — said Sokolov. She stressed that the best memory of Dr. Lisa is “the preservation and continuation of its Affairs.”

The new President plans “in the future” significantly expand the scope of the Fund. While the first priority for the staff of the “Fair aid” will be the preservation of all current projects, said Sokolov.

The journalist was previously a Trustee of the Fund. That her candidacy is considered as the basic applicant for a post of the head of Fund, sources RBC reported at the end of January. The source in medical circles said that Sokolov is likely to be headed by the organization “just for a few months” and then will look for person who will deal with the Fund on an ongoing basis.

According to the representative of the “Fair aid” Natalya Avilova’s, Sokolova long “cooperates with the Fund”. In particular, she has helped the organization to move to the House of mercy on New Basmanny, 26, where it turns out that the number of wounded and seriously sick children affected by a military conflict in the East of Ukraine.

Elizaveta Glinka was on Board of Tu-154 of the Ministry of defense that crashed near Sochi on the 25th of December. 84 passengers and eight crew members were killed. In the plane EN route to Syria, was flying the performers of the Alexandrov ensemble, the staff of the Ministry of defence and journalists.

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