Tina Mazuran

There are many ways you can make an impact on the world. But there is no greater impact that you can make than spreading education and empowering people who’ll empower and teach people, who, in turn, will empower and teach more. Chinese Proverb goes: “If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, educate people”.

I am guided by this in my life and for me; education holds a big role in my life. I completed the undergraduate study of Journalism at the Vern University of Applied Sciences.  I also hold a Master’s Degree in Public Relations Management, more precisely in Management of Public Relations Agency of Edward Bernays University College.

Foreign languages are also very important to me throughout my life. When I was 6 years old, I wanted to learn French so much and my mom bought me beginner’s course cassettes in French. I would have listened to those cassettes every day. After French, I started studying English and at the age of 11, I started studying German.

I hold a degree in the German language from “The Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany”.  My love for the French language led me to be part of a summer camp in Paris where I earned a certificate from the Foundation Eugène Napoléon.

Also, I completed various courses, such as Introduction to Personal Branding, English for Journalism, Management of Fashion and Luxury Companies. Currently, I enrolled in a course: Introduction to Google SEO.

As a student, I began to gain my work experience through journalism, translating languages, and administrative jobs. Today, I am part of the Apriori World team as a project manager. I participate in the implementation and coordination of crisis communication, changes in the law, but also the launch of new projects.