Tell us a little about yourself.
I’m a 21-year old International Business Administration student who is in charge of marketing in the Student Council and I am overall interested in marketing.
What brought you to EBS?
I have done a lot of things in my life, starting off with ballet, continuing with theatre, studying finance and finally ending up in EBS. Interest towards marketing and entrepreneurship brought me to study in EBS, I am very pleased with my decision.
What are your responsibilities in the Student Council?
I am the marketing manager of the Student Council. My duties include promoting different activities to students that are organized by the Student Council. Overall, I have to reflect Student Council’s activities broadly.
What to you have to say to those who are not sure if they should join the Student Council?
You should join it already in order to gain experience in the Council itself or in any kind of organization if you don’t have it yet. SC gives you great experience in communication because the work there is done in teams and it is also a great opportunity for networking. You get a lot of awesome contacts! It is also cool to invest your time and interest into the student life and see the results.
What do you do in your free time?
I recently started playing tennis in my free time, which isn’t easy after ballet but because I’m interested I’m still going to do it. One of my biggest hobbies include travelling. Since I’ve been into art for a while now and by that I mean that I draw and also do graphic design, then every time I go travelling I always visit some art/design or architecture museum. Lately I haven’t had the opportunity to draw and make graphic design due to my university studies. I also enjoy good movies and going to the cinema, PÖFF is one of my favourites.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In 10 years I see myself leading design/marketing/advertising agency, working with awesome people and doing the “job” I wouldn’t call a job but my “calling”.
Photo: Liisa Gross
Translators: Rebecca Põldma & Laura-Liisa Lilleberg
Editor: Kärt Mättikas