Nargiz Mammadzada studies science and technology at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Whilst moving to the country of EU she has been eagerly motivated to study its culture and values. Therefore, along with other cultural communities like Nizami Ganjavi International Center, she decided to take a part in being a YEA of Azerbaijan. Since joining the network in 2020 she has participated in a number of events and training, which gave her additional knowledge of project management, teamwork, and leadership.
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