Learning from Experiences
“A successful woman is the one who is pleased with what she does, knows what she wants, believes in her goals, has good self esteem and makes people around happy” said twenty five years old Victoria Vorosciuc, journalist, writer, volunteer, and part time job holder from Republic of Moldova.
Victoria loves the job where she could travel, network with people, and share stories to make differences. She also wanted to write the personal stories that peoples’ face in different societies to make strong communities. On the other hand, she is inspired from the project of Rafiki and Mama Africa. She has already started to develop that on a paper. She said “I am always trying something new.”
Working as an “Open World Program Assistant in Moldova,” she learned to change things from her personal experiences. She says “villagers will not attend training on weekend because they prefer relaxing.” She believed that change is possible, but “it must come from women, who are mothers, and peace makers” on Thursday while doing interview via Internet.
Victoria admires people who try to make differences for next generation. She says “no matter who they are, and what they do.” She is even ready to appreciate her own enemies. Now as a reporter for World pulse, she says “I was surprised that I got this opportunity, and correspondent seems quite new to me. World Pulse already opens the doors too many people, and it’s a big responsibility that requires punctuality and commitment."
Interviewed By: Sunita Basnet