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Meet our Team
Liza
Angel brand harbinger & ambassador
Liza

Liza is Angel brand harbinger & ambassador

Nastya
Nastya is our summer intern
Nastya

Nastya is our summer intern starting the summer of World Cup 2018

Alyona
will be your Angel during Moscow bar tour
Alyona

Speaking English and French, Alyona will be your Angel during the Moscow bar tour.

Kristina
Key Account Manager, formerly a teacher at a primary school
Kristina

After graduating from Moscow State Regional Institute of Humanities, Kristina worked as a teacher in a primary school but then joined Angel as a manager, later was promoted to a senior manager to streamline Angel’s English service and finally became Key Account Manager for corporate clients

Parvina
Sr. Manager, formerly a programmer, mother of 2
Parvina

Parvina is a Sr. Manager, formerly a programmer, mother of 2. Now Parvina is working on Muslim Moscow Tour.

Alexander
Sr. Manager, father of 4, ex TU-134 radio technician and Sr. Lt, became a priest
Alexander

Alexander is a former TU-134 radio technician and Sr. Lieutenantfather of 4. After studying Orthodox Christian Theology at St. Tikhon Orthodox University & working with Angel, he took a priest position in a cathedral.


 

People-to-People Diplomacy - to Russia with Love

01/10/18 - US State Dept. issued a warning with the title "Russia – Level 3: Reconsider travel" that seems to hyperbolize and generalize the same risk level over all of Russia; Moscow included (the city where most travelers go). Is Russia the only country with terrorist attacks risk? Is traveling to Moscow as risky as to Mt Elbrus?

The 10+pager (at times seems to have been written before 2017*) doesn’t have a single good word about Moscow, e.g. 'The Moscow Metro is generally not accessible to persons with disabilities'. Tourists with disabilities hardly generally visit Moscow Metro's 200+ stations but the best ones of the Moscow Metro Tour ARE accessible. Is the warning a part of the sanctions plan against 'Moscow', Russia, its people?