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Brief Team Overview

Aliya Barsegov  (The owner/ teacher) graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia),

The Faculty of Philosophy  with a degree in Teacher of political science and from the Faculty of Management of Moscow

School of Economics.

She is married and has two daughters.

Olga Myatieva (music teacher) received her master's degree in violin performance at the Turkmen National Conservatory.

Participated in the Gerald Naimark string ensemble that was recognized as a laureate winner of the Lenin's Komsomol Soviet Union.

Laureate of the international competition in the name of Halmamedov.

Has more than 20 years of experience in teaching people of various ages. 
She has a daughter, who plays in Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra and Boston Philharmonic Youth Symphony.

Tatyana Savransky-Rabotyagova (Russian Language and  Logopedia) is an early childhood educator and certified speech pathologist. She holds B.S. in  Child Pedagogy and Psychology (1976) and M.S. in Speech Pathology/ Defectology (1986) from Kiev State University.

Ms. Tatyana has more than twenty-five years of experience working with pre-school and school-age students.

Ms. Tatyana enjoys teaching Russian language grammar, reading and writing. In addition to this, she helps children to remediate complex language

disorders and speech delays. Examples of her speech pathology work include the following:

a) language impairments and delays, b) stuttering, c) voice disorders, d) articulation, and e) use of Russian as a social language.