Elizaveta Biba (Liza) is the director of the Helen Doron Learning Center in Tirana and the national representative of Helen Doron English in Albania. Originally from Russia, Liza has been learning English throughout her life, “through the Russian school system, a private
Engineer Adriana Micu and her biologist husband live and work in an international environment, so having a high level of English is essential. Adriana tells us about their decision to send their four-year-old daughter, Maya, to Helen Doron, and why it is
Stacy Eracleous – Learning Centre Franchisee – Nicosia, Cyprus US-born Stacy (Anastasia) has been living in Cyprus for over 30 years, having moved there after marrying her wonderful native husband, and tells us she is thrilled with the opportunity to teach the
Nedim Šahović works from his home office as a freelance developer for “applications, websites and stuff like that” mainly with international clients in English, while his wife Amela is a geneticist, working in the Sarajevo Blood Transfusion Institute. Both of their children,
The Trinajastics from Zagreb, Croatia are another thrilled Helen Doron English family. Daria Koceic Trinajstic is an economist and her husband, Andrija is a petroleum engineer and both understand how important knowing good English is in Croatia, and around the world. Therefore,
Emina Atikovic, a university biologist and her husband Almir Atlic, a UX designer, are the proud parents of 5-year-old Mia. Both parents are fluent English speakers and Emina told us her story in her own words: “We live in Tuzla, Bosnia and
My name is Sanja Stojsavljevic and I live in Zagreb, Croatia. Ever since I was a little girl I was exposed to the English language. My grandmother was an English teacher and always tried to include the language in our everyday lives.
Sicilian family enjoys learning English together with Helen Doron! Patrizia Bellitto is the daughter of an English teacher and was lucky enough to learn to speak the language at a very young age. She and her husband, Alfredo, are both software programmers,
Helen Doron student Marko, age three, and his mom, Olgica, live in the small town of Velika Gorica near Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Olgica is a pharmacist who describes her family as “small but loving. Marko and I live alone in
Chawalit Pothithatkul and his wife “Peggy” Pitinun Kittikarunchit, are both bankers in Bangkok, Thailand and are the proud parents of “NanNan” Nantawadee, age 8 and “Zen” Thanat Pothithatkul, age 4. NanNan has been a Helen Doron student for five years and Zen
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