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Trainers pool

Since 2010, we have been developing our own trainers pool, which brings together professionals in the field of non-formal education whose experience and value system are similar to ours

 

Mariya Angelova

Mariya Angelova

Freelance photographer, leader of Photography ateliers for children and youngsters
Graduates Photography in the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts “Krastio Sarafov”, Sofia in 2012. Loves to work on photo documentary projects, to visualize concepts and enjoys the possibilities photography has to observe, play, participate, explore and share the world. Since 2010 leads pinhole and photogram ateliers for children and youngsters, where the act of play and imagination alongside the potential and possibilities given by the methods themselves, become the platform for learning. The participants gain new knowledge and skills for self expression, identity (as an outcome for being an author), self confidence and trust in their own abilities.
 

Diana Nenova

Diana Nenova

Psychologist, speech therapist, psychodrama assistant.

Else/more : hiking, painting, volunteering, being 26, cooking, friends, biking, Pratchett and colleagues, snowboarding, green construction, music, traveling, cinema, Batak, yoga … kashkaval… :)
Why am I in Ideas Factory? – Because I like meeting with fresh, thoughtful, proactive and creative people and making something out of it.

 
 

Nikolay Marinov

Nikolay Marinov

Graduated with an architecture degree from UACEG in 2006.

Since then he has been engaged in training; developing and promoting environmental, passive and low-energy construction, and most particularly the use of natural materials and traditional construction techniques.
His professional development involves courses on energy efficiency in UACEG, “Design of Low-Energy and Passive Buildings”, EnEffect, “Innovative Use of Natural Building Materials” in Tallinn, Estonia.

 

Kolyo

Kolyo

“Associate Professor of Women’s Market”

Calls himself an urban anthropologist, he is chasing a doctorate in “Urban Studies” at Sofia University and his biggest concern is to make people more sensitive to those who can not live like them. Key experts who decide the fate of thousands of souls, just like that, while sitting on their desks is what bugs him the most. In the morning he talks to councilors, directors and urbanists, and in the afternoon with the gypsies, the pensioners and the drunks at the market. His dream is that they would meet each other and talk as people of equal dignity.

 

Alexandra Yotsova

Alexandra Yotsova

She has been involved in training of children and adults since 1999. She is one of the founders of the Environmental Association “Za Zemiata” and a longtime instructor at Outward Bound Bulgaria, because she likes to work with people and seek new approaches.

“Social change starts from within and then you can’t stop, you just have to act on it”
 
 
 

Zlatusha Krusha

Zlatusha Krusha

She’s been dealing with particle physics for a significant time of her life, or how they physicists like to call it “High energy physics”. Born very energetic, her favourite doing is being curious. This combination brought her quite away in education, and wove in her life singing, dancing, sewing, crocheting and many more ordinary and extraordinary activities. She believes in the intrinsic human kindness and thinks the Idea’s Factory is just the perfect place where she can prove that statement on a daily basis, even more- a place to transform her energy in goodness- for her and everyone surrounding…
 
 
 

Natanail Stefanov

Natanail Stefanov

He loves Bulgaria and is devoted to work for the social, spiritual and economic welfare of the country.

He is interested in (social) entrepreneurship, formal & informal education, economics, business, arts, culture, and social works. He loves spending the little free time he has with his friends and enjoys to meet new people, to travel the world, to hike up mountains, to read books, to think about life while biking, and to make some joyful noise with his drums. He cherishes the little things in life and his relationships with people, admires the good old values, and does his best to keep the child in him alive. =)
 

Slavoslav

Slavoslav

“Man learns all his life” was something my grandma and my primary school teacher used to say. Fortunately, this process goes on in one’s life, conscious or not. Well, when you make it deliberately and see every glimpse of life as a priceless lesson, then it is more fun, and much more productive.

Recently in the area of non-formal education, after a voluntary service, few trainings and continuing training by Theodor Heuss Kolleg and Balkans Let’s Get Up, I am happy to be part of the versitile team of the Factory.

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