Acting Rector of the North Ossetian State Pedagogical Institute
Born in Vladikavkaz. In 2005 she graduated from the Vladikavkaz Institute of Management with a degree in Jurisprudence. In 2011, she completed her postgraduate studies at the Russian Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, receiving a PhD in Law. Also in 2011, she did an internship in the courses "social justice and learning English" at SILC University of Arkansas.
In 2005-2007 - Assistant of the Department of Civil Law of the Vladikavkaz Institute of Management. In 2006-2007 - specialist of the Constitutional Court of North Ossetia-Alania. From 2010 to the present - Head of the Department of Civil Law at the Vladikavkaz Institute of Management. In 2017-2020 - Leading Advisor at the Ministry of Education and Science of North Ossetia. From 2020 to the present - assistant at the Administration of the Head of RNO-Alania and the Government of RNO-Alania, concurrently - acting rector of the North Ossetian State Pedagogical Institute.
Public support for Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.
On March 4, 2022, the Russian Union of Rectors published an appeal in support of the so-called "special military operation ", signed by several hundred rectors of Russian universities, including Alana Ganieva. In it, the invasion of Ukraine was hypocritically justified by the “growth of military threats” and “the pain of the long-term tragedy in the Donbass”, from which “logically followed” calls to “educate patriotism in young people” (and at the same time “strengthen the optimistic spirit” in it), “serve as a support to the state”, “to support the country and the army” and “in the conditions of economic and informational attacks” “to rally around our President” (who, it turns out, “made, perhaps, the most difficult in his life, hard-won, but necessary decision”). The appeal ended with a loud and completely “non-academic” slogan in style: “together we are a great force!”.
In June 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky imposed indefinite sanctions on the heads of several hundred Russian universities, including Alana Ganieva.
Ganieva was included in the report "1500 warmongers" compiled by the Free Russia Forum.
As the signer of the said appeal, Alana Ganieva is directly responsible for this act, which, of course, is a clear and undisguised support and justification for Russia's aggressive war against Ukraine.