Lali Margoshvili

“My name is Lali Margoshvili. I am 40 years old. I am from Jokolo in Pankisi. I graduated from Telavi University in 2000 with a masters degree in English and Russian studies. I have been working as a teacher at the Roddy Scott Foundation in Jokolo since 2007. I have got four children – three daughters and a son. Two of my daughters study at university. My husband died in 2006 and having a job is a great support for me to take care of my children. Besides, conducting lessons and interacting with children play an important role in my life”

Eka  Tokhosashvili

“I am Eka Tokhoshvili. I am 41 years old. I am married with three children, and am an English teacher with RSF. I graduated from Telavi state University in 1999 with a masters degree in English and Russian languages. From 2008 I have been working as an English teacher with RSF. I have passed teacher certification exam in Georgia, and English teacher professional development trainings supported by the British Council and American Embassy in Georgia.”

Asmati Achishvili

“My name is Asmati Achishvili. I was born in 1993 and attended Birkini Public School until the 11th grade. I moved to Jokolo Public School in the 12th grade. I graduated from Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili state University in English Philology in 2017. That same year, I started working at the Roddy Scott Foundation. I married in 2018.”

Ekaterina Alkhanashvili

“I am 39 years old, am married and have three children. I graduated from Iakob Gogebashvili Telavi State University in 2002 after the five-year educational program of English language at the Faculty of Philology. From 2007 I have been an English teacher at Omalo Public School and now I am also a teacher at the RSF.”

Malvina Mutoshvili

“I am Malvina Mutoshvili – an English teacher. I was born in Georgia in 1987. I graduated from Ilya Chavchavadze State University in Tbilisi in 2008. After finishing university I started working at the public school. From 2016 I have been working with RSF. I am married and I have five children.”