Krasnodar, 6 April – Yug Times. Today we are finishing our project The Heroes of Our Time developed in the framework of the Triumph contest, with a story about how dreams come true.
Her energy may be compared to a directed ray that inexorably reaches its aim. “If a task was set, it must be fulfilled,” this is the motto that helps Olesia Moskovtseva achieve excellent results in various fields.
After the school, Olesia’s parents advised her to take up languages, and she set about learning English. A goal-seeking personality as she was, she easily entered the Nesterova New Humanitarian University in Moscow and graduated it with a diploma of linguist, psychologist, and teacher of foreign languages and primary classes.
“In the 1990s, when the borders opened, many people wanted to go abroad,” recalls Olesia. “I was also interested to go and see other countries.”
She worked as a translator for an off-shore company located in Cyprus. A monthly wage of USD 1,000, warm climate, the sea and well-developed infrastructure were like a fairy-tale for a young professional. But when her contract was over, she had to decide what to do in Russia. She came back to her native city of Stavropol to work as an English teacher at the local Polytechnic University. She worked there for seven years, dreaming to open her own business one day. And her dream came true in 2003, with the first students of her Profi Business School. Since then, she has remained loyal to her brainchild. Currently, the Profi’s curriculum consists of more than 30 subjects taught by best teachers.
Over the past seven years, Olesia Moskovtseva together with her husband and children have lived in Kuban. In 2017, she became a tutor of the ScaleUp acceleration program, performed together with the regional branch of OPORA Russia, the national NGO for small and medium business. The aim of the program was to develop the entrepreneurship ecosystem in the region
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