Natalia Bayrak
teacher, translator, examiner, Candidate of Philological Sciences

Natalia finished a secondary school in the United States in 1998, entered Voronezh State University, where she studied and then worked at the Department of English Philology. In 2006 she carried out her thesis on linguistics, and specifically on the analysis of discourse. She worked in the Russian representation office of the heirs of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, engaged in cultural and social projects, the publication of the "Little Prince" in the languages of the small peoples of Russia.
Since 2009 Natalia has been working at the International Center "Linguist", now called the International School of Foreign Languages "International House Voronezh-Linguist", acting as the Head of the examination center, then a methodologist, a teacher and the Head of international projects.

Speech topic on March, 31: 10 Myths and misconceptions about Cambridge exams