Foundation Innove is an education competence center that coordinates and promotes general and vocational education in Estonia, offers career and educational counseling services through the nationwide Rajaleidja network and mediates European Union grants in fields of education and working life.
Innove maintains the Tallinn European School, which provides high-quality general education for children of the international community living in Estonia. Being a member of the European School Network, we also send teachers to work in other European schools in Europe and conduct competitions for leading positions in these schools.
We have about 450 employees alltogether.
Foundation Innove was created in 2003 by the Ministry of Education and Research.
Innove is managed by a three-member Management Board and a six-member Supervisory Board.
|Birgit Lao (CEO)||Katri Targama||Mart Laidmets|
|Ivar Sikk (Chairman of the Supervisory Board)||Deputy Secretary General, Ministry of Education and Research|
|Mikk Kasesalk||Deputy Secretary General, Ministry of Education and Research|
|Marika Tuusis||Head of the Financing Department, Ministry of Education and Research|
|Kaupo Reede||Head of the Economic Development Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications|
|Sten Andreas Ehrlich||Deputy Secretary General on Labour and Employment Policy, Ministry of Social Affairs|
|Silja Kask||Counselor of the State Budget Department, Ministry of Finance|
The structure of Foundation Innove (click on the image to enlarge it):
Important documents (in Estonian)