Long-time English teacher Hripsime Khanzadyan talks about the educator who inspired her to be a teacher, how she tries to customize her classrooms to maximize student success, and her latest efforts serving as a mentor for new teachers participating in Teach for Armenia. “English gives you wings,” she said. “If you know English you can fly wherever you want.”
Magda Markosyan, founder and CEO of Marog Creative Agency, talks about how her involvement in the FLEX high school exchange program and time spent in the U.S. helped her start her own marketing firm. And she shares her “Three P’s of Success:” passion, patience, and pro-activeness.
Arina Zohrabian, director of admissions for the American University of Armenia, talks about the importance optimism and the ability to take risks can play as you find your path in life.
Karine Botoyan, owner of “Pub 37”, speaks about the power of networking to build your business and the benefits of International Exchange Programs.
Hasmik Mikayelyan, English language program coordinator at the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan, talks about the power of mentors and how you can use their advice to find your path in life.
Armenuhi Khachatryan, owner of “Blizzard” catering and “Lavazza” cafe, speaks about the need to take risks and learn from failure to grow your business.