Data Journalism Instructor
I joined Hetq Media Factory in the summer of 2020. I’m the instructor of “Data Journalism" and "Technology in Journalism" subjects.
Quality, verified, and data-based journalism is important to me, that’s why I highly appreciate the efforts of Hetq Media Factory to create a high-quality media field in Armenia.
I am a data journalist by profession. In 2019 I graduated from the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design of the "Higher School of Economics", Moscow. I have studied a number of innovative and modern tools, which are used more frequently in international media outlets for preparing quality and unique articles.
My cooperation with the Armenian media field started in 2018. Within the framework of the Birthright Armenia program, I came to Armenia and volunteered for the development of the Russian department of "CivilNet" online TV company. Since 2019, I have been cooperating with Infocom, mainly in data analysis and visualization projects.
I am a regional partner of the School of Data Kyrgyzstan, and a data journalism mentor of the Lampa Accelerator educational program.
I am motivated by new challenges and opportunities for professional growth.
Sandwiched: how geopolitics determined the economic development of Armenia and Georgia
Armenia and Georgia are small Caucasian countries, sandwiched between the interests of Russia and other major Western powers, as they are located on the East-West trade intersection.
“We didn’t feel like we were in our country”: why Russians are resettling in Armenia?
A few days after the start of Russian-Ukrainian war, conversations in Russian were heard more often in the streets of Yerevan, various parts of the city and social networks started slowly filled with Russian-language announcements.