|25 Nov 2015|
|WM Winter 2013 edition|
Ruxi Micsunescu :: PR & Marketing
As a graduate of the 2009 class, I joined our Association in 2012 as a member at large. Due to my Marketing Specialization in Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne and previous professional experiences in this area, I have been dedicating my expertise to our Association, as a current PR & Marketing Officer.
Working for our recent charity event, Hope – a future for Sebi, was an amazing experience! This project made me realize that, as an association, we have all the necessary ingredients for accomplishing great things: experienced and dedicated people, both alumni and current students and representatives of AISB, good relations with the local and international communities and an extensive professional network always ready to help us meet our goals. The fact that we all have the same educational backgrounds and have shared similar social experiences help us work together very well. Our reunions or working meetings are always very productive because they always feel like old friends getting together, catching up and we are all inspired by the idea of getting the chance of accomplishing something together once again, despite all of us having gone our separate ways.
Working for our Association has made me renew old friendships, make new ones and extend my own professional network. Having seen it grow over the past year and a half, I strongly believe in its future and I know that the more people will get involved, the more great things we can accomplish together.
Alex Cristescu :: Legal Advisor
AISB for me means Middle and High School, a great and wonderful experience. In 2009 after graduation I left for London to read Law at Queen Mary, University of London. Now after four years I have returned back home to Romania.
Being an AISB Alumnus and participating actively within the AISB Alumni Association gives me a sense of pride and accomplishment. The AA has the desire, motivation, ambition and the already proved competence to not only unite and connect the Alumni but also to create a positive impact within our community at large.
Our Association is a great link between the school and the society we live in. This November the AA organised a charitable fund raising event for Sebastian Lungu. This event re ects the very best of our community. AISB teaches all students to engage, be prepared and be inspired to achieve something extraordinary. I am proud to say that the principles our education was based upon are deeply rooted in our actions, individually as global citizens and as a group through the AA.
In the future this Association will act at the same high standard with a focus to further strengthen the ties between the Alumni
to create a well known and respected community.
Read the entire WORLD Magazine Winter 2013 here.
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