Vadim EelenCEO / President
Vadim Eelen was born and received his formal education in Fine Arts in the former Soviet Union. During his work in academia he was teaching in the world-renowned Cambridge University, St. Johns College in England, Aberdeen University in Scotland and later he was invited to teach at Wooster College in Ohio, USA. In 1998 Mr. Eelen was permanently admitted to the US as an individual with extraordinary ability in the fine arts. Mr. Eelen’s advanced educational achievements were evaluated by Yale University, School of drama in Connecticut allowed him to continue his work as a professor in film and theatre in the United States. Mr. Eelen’s scholarly work for “Basics of Directing for the stage” published in 1999 has been republished every year since then and continues to be studied by students in colleges and universities around the world. In the last five years of his academic career Mr. Eelen was heavily involved in the research on implementation of digital technology in the performing arts. It is this research that lead Mr. Eelen to outline the roadmap for the creation of AMVONET. Mr. Eelen’s vision and first hand understanding of the needs of educators and continuous improvement of the modern learning environment lead him to create the AMVONET product in 2002. In the last 11 years Mr. Eelen took the company and product from an idea to a vibrant enterprise level SaaS eLearning solution with over a hundred thousand users around the world.
Nikita has been an entrepreneur and visionary since 16 when he created the first prototype of the AMVONET Application. For the past 10 years he has been instrumental in the development of the AMVONET product. He has been core in managing and creating the technical support, training, custom design and development teams. Nikita has extensive experience in software from initial specifications to finalizing development to launching and support products. Prior to AMVONET, Nikita was a developer, 3d designer, and web developer at AVE Film. Nikita is currently pursuing his BS in Computer Science from Western Governor’s University.