About me
Lena Kiseleva
Journalist & explorer
When I was a student at Lomonosov Moscow State University, department of journalism, I interned in the National Geographic magazine. Later, I was selected to join international expedition led by South African explorer and Guinness World Record Holder Mike Horn. After underwater research in the Indian ocean with Mike and his team, sport tourism became an important part of my life.

Now I am responsible for PR in Business Relations, Moscow consulting company. I also lead a column on young scientists for Theory & Practice and avidly participate in expeditions worldwide. Among latest, I was backpacking in Kamchatka, steered dog sleds in Lapland, trekked on Baikal ice and practiced horse riding in Altai mountains. Perhaps it is the right moment for me to plan something new.
Coming soon
Contact me if you are...
Representatives of travel & outdoor industries
Regattas, climbing or hiking tours – if you organize something thrilling, I would be glad to join you and write about this experience. If you want to test your products or services – from tourist clothing to paragliding – I'm here for that, too.
Young scientists
For the heading in Theory & Practice (it is a famous educational digital media in Russia), I am constantly looking for new heroes. If you are a young Russian scientist who live here or abroad or you can recommend someone, please let me know. I am interested in so many different fields: from biology and robotics to anthropology and space science.
Universities & Event organizers
I am happy to share my knowledge and experience on conferences, festivals and master classes. My topics include expeditions and traveling, human potential development through sport tourism, leadership and science popularization.
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