Graduated Riga French Lycée, later studied in Alberta College “Organisation and management of the institutions” and obtained a qualification as a personnel management specialist. Currently studying Business management in the University College of Economics and Culture (UCEC). In addition to the studied she mastered international relations between Spain and Latvia in Latvian Academy of culture, including arts, semiotics, philosophy, literature, etc. She also participated in Erasmus programme attending the University of Valencia (Universitat de València) where she acquired knowledge in human rights and spanish philology.
Work Experience gained since school-days starting in airlaine company “Air Baltic Corporation AS”, continuing in Paris, “Euro Disney S.C.A” in a Guest relations department as a guest relations manager, as well as a personnel executive in a public administration institution. On a voluntary basis, she has participated in charity projects as the Red Cross in France, as well as the association “Aima”, ensuring successful cooperation in the provision of humanitarian aid between Latvia and France. She also involved in voluntary activities in animal shelter “Juglas dzīvnieku patversme”, as well as at the moment she provides lectures to young people on the labour rights and engaging in activities by The Samaritan Association of Latvia (LSA). She is author of several articles and publications researching human resources administration, literary studies (FR/ surrealism) and human rights (ESP/La filosofía del sir a Aristóteles, la filosofía del yo a Kant, la filosofía del Espíritu a Hegel/DD.HH. internacionales). Her professional interests are represented in improving the business environment, business etiquette trends, public relations, as well as various international governmental and non-governmental project development. Work on research (personnel management and other fields), francophone and Spanish culture and environmental sustainable development are her hobbies.
Motto: Alexander Dumas “One for all, all for one!”