Ms. Anastasia Ositis graduated from Vitebsk Electronic Technical School of Communication, (the Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic) in 1969; the Leningrad Institute of Communication (now the Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications) named after Professor Bonch-Bruyevich in 1976, the Press Faculty of Moscow State University named after Mikhail Lomonosov in 1982; the Academy of National Economy in 1989; Russian Academy of Civil Service under the President of the Russian Federation in 2001; the Ryazan State University named after Sergei Yesenin (Chair of Theology) in 2012.
1969-1971 – Electromechanician of Communications, Kohtla-Järve Operation and Technical Communication Centre (the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic - now Estonia).
1971-1990 – Engineer, Head of Service, and Deputy Head of Production, Moscow City Telephone Network.
Up to 1980, Ms. Ositis occupied with operation of station equipment in the communication industry, as well as project expertize, elaboration of technical specifications, engineering documentation for communication support of sport facilities, athletic training fields, and accommodation facilities for the 1980 Olympics.
Starting 1980, Ms. Ositis has been supervising elaboration of development concepts, projects, building, implementation and operation of new technologies of the modern communication networks, managed the provision of the up to date stable high quality services of telecommunications, radiotelephonic and mobile communications, as well as the Internet and data communication to the clients, partners, and communication providers of the ex-USSR, the city of Moscow, the Moscow Region, and Russia.
1990-present – Director General, ASVT Small Enterprise; Director General, President, ASVT OJSC, member of board of directors of a number of enterprises.
1992-2005 – President, M-Bell Enterprise
1993–1994 – establisher, one of founding shareholders, and first President of Mobile Tele Systems (MTS) company.
1994-2013 – member of Executive Committee, Document Electric Communication Association public national union.
1999-present – Director General, CJSC RusSDO.
2001-present – member of the Presidium, International Telecommunications Academy (ITA).
2007-present – with blessing of Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Alexiy II – one of establishers and President of the Charitable Foundation of Saints Constantine and Helena, Equal to the Apostles.
2008-present – President, International Telecommunications Academy.
2009-present - member of Public Council, Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, member of the board, Union of Orthodox Women.
2012-present – member of Public Council under the Federal Supervision Agency for Information Technologies and Communications.
As initiator of the development of promising directions of infocommunicastions, Ms. Ositis won deserved recognition in state, scientific, business, public, financial, and orthodox circles of Russia and abroad. She is academician and professor of a number of academies, author of numerous scientific works, books and publications. Ms. Ositis was included in the Russian Guinness Book of Records for the achievements in the field of telecommunications. Her work was marked by numerous awards.
Order of Friendship for labor achievements and long term dedicated work (2010); Glory of Russia order (2003); Gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation for the merits in the field of communications and long term dedicated work; Olympics-80 medal; 850th Anniversary of Moscow medal (1997); Title of Labor Veteran (1998); Mark of distinction For Honorable Service to the City of Moscow (2004); Golden Medal of Peter the Great (2004); Certificate of Honour of the Government of Moscow Region for the Long Term Fruitful Cooperation in the field of Communications and Telecommunications in Moscow Region (2005); 20 Years of Transdniestrian Moldovan Republic medal (2010).
Golden Medal of International Telecommunications Academy (1999); Mikhail Lomonosov Prize (2004); For Thoughts and Deeds golden medal in honor of 150th anniversary of Sergei Witte (2004)
Winner’s certificate of VI Moscow Competition of the Female Director of the Year (2005).