Place of Birth. Education. Born in Lvov, higher legal education, lawyer.
Career. In 2001, he worked at the Pravis law firm and as an assistant judge of the Kiev Court of Appeal.
In 2004, he became a partner in the law firm Pukshin and Partners (the legal business of Igor Pukshin, ex-deputy head of the Secretariat of the President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko).
In 2007, he became a managing partner of the law firm Legal Counselors (in 2009, the firm returned its former name – Pukshin and Partners).
In the same year, he participated in the parliamentary elections – under No. 93 of the electoral list of the Our Ukraine – People’s Self-Defense bloc. Represented the interests of the bloc and its informal leader – President Yushchenko – in courts.
Since December 2007, he worked as Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine (Mykola Onishchuk), ensured the implementation of the state legal policy in the field of combating corruption.
In March 2010, he was appointed Deputy Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (Anatoliy Tolstoukhov) – Government Commissioner for Anti-Corruption Policy. On February 7, 2011, the Cabinet of Ministers eliminated this position.
Since July 2013, Andriy Bohdan was appointed for the second time as the Government Commissioner for Anti-Corruption Policy after the Cabinet of Ministers restored the position of Government Commissioner for Anti-Corruption Policy within the maximum number of employees of the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
In 2014, he became a freelance adviser to the ex-governor of the Dnepropetrovsk region Igor Kolomoisky.
Andriy Bogdan was one of Gennady Korban’s lawyers after he was detained on October 31, 2015.
In the spring of the same 2014, he became an adviser to the newly appointed governor of the Dnepropetrovsk region, Igor Kolomoisky.
And in the fall of 2014, he ran for the second time in the Verkhovna Rada – already on the lists of the Petro Poroshenko Bloc party. According to the CEC, Andrei Bogdan was still non-partisan at that time and worked as the chief legal adviser of the Status law firm. However, he did not become a deputy again, despite the fact that his 74th place on the list eventually turned out to be passing – the party canceled his registration as a candidate. In 2018 Andriy Bogdan unsuccessfully appealed this decision in court.
Since the start of the 2019 presidential campaign Andrey Bogdan became a legal adviser to the campaign of Vladimir Zelensky in the presidential elections.
May 21, 2019 President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky appointed Andriy Bogdan head of the Presidential Administration.
On June 25, 2019, President Volodymyr Zelensky approved the proposal for the Office of the President and appointed head of the Presidential Administration Andriy Bogdan as its head. By another decree, Zelensky dismissed Bohdan from the post of head of the Administration.
February 11, 2023 President Vladimir Zelensky laid off Andrey Bogdan as head of the Office of the President Andrey Bogdan. Appointed to his position Andrey Ermak.
Family. Not married. There are four daughters.