It’s the last day of the week. 15 minutes before our interview, I receive an email from Margit, the Executive Assistant to Rumyana Trencheva who tells me that Rumyana is on another call and will be 15 minutes late. “Mmm, great,” I tell myself. “I have more time to stress out and be nervous.”Read more
Eftim Eftimov is a busy professional with a hectic schedule. As his colleague, Diana Mihaylova, says, he works on several fronts. Currently, Eftimov manages the Bulgarian office of Montway, an auto transportation company. As a founder of 1% Change, an NGO which helps people and animals, and Property Club, an online real estate crowdfunding platform, Eftimov also devotes some of his time to these organizations. Despite being very busy, he took some tim…Read more
_Victoria Antonova is a Russian alumna who graduated in 2015. She double-majored in Political Science and International Relations and Business Administration and minored in European Studies. Victoria pursued her Master’s degree at Aarhus University in Denmark and is currently employed as a management consultant at Bain & Company, one of the world’s largest consulting companies. Read our interview with her to learn more about her experience with AU…Read more
For a second consecutive year, the Filitsa Sofianou-Mullen Creative Writing Competition [https://www.aubg.edu/the-filitsa-mullen-creative-writing-competition] awarded student and alumni writers. Last semester’s switch to online education due to COVID-19 led to fewer entries than the previous year and the Department of Literature and Theater at AUBG decided to give out two instead of the usual three prizes. “We had fewer but very good submissions,” sai…Read more
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