Dziana Kapusta studied Geography at the Belarusian State University and Management at the Belarusian State University of Physical Culture. She is now applying for a master’s degree. Meanwhile, she works as a Learning and Development Specialist and helps deploy and implement education programs for companies in the private sector. Outside of this area, she is also interested in topics such as climate change and design and participates in debates and cultural events related to these areas. She also actively participates in volunteering activities and gives drawing lessons for children. She is interested in developing peer education and believes that exactly this type of education is a key to success.
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