Russian State Pedagogical University named after A.I. Herzen. Ethnoculturologist, teacher of cultural studies.
Led the departments of logistics in international companies prior to the maternity leave. Has practical experience in teaching and entrepreneurship. Mom of two sons.
Various types of art, the culture of countries and regions of the world. She studied English, French, Spanish, Norwegian, Latin and Greek. Looks at programming from a cultural point of view.
“Interestingly, programming, the language of the future, has its roots in the language of the ancient Romans. The young generation of artists begins to experiment in an information-digital field unusual for art, with the latest technologies, programs, virtual reality, creating a new synthetic art form. Programming is not only the language spoken by the modern world, but also a means of cognition, reflection of reality and the transmission of feelings and emotions.