Natasha is not only a talented teacher and linguist, but is also a successful entrepreneur. At age 29, she was distinguished by the Silicon Valley Business Journal in the category “one of the 40 under 40.” In only a few years and with the help of an excellent team of teachers and parents, she was able to form several Russian-speaking programs for kids of preschool and school ages, as well as fulfill a lifelong dream of building an educational-cultural Russian speaking center for families of Silicon Valley.
Natasha sees the main goal of the center to be the presentation of culture, literature and language of Russian-speaking countries to students, so that they are not only able to speak, read and write in Russian with ease and confidence, but also so that they can develop a love for the language, history and culture of the Slavic people. Together with the entire Rossinca team, Natasha works on the implementation of the newest methods and uses modern educational materials so that the study of Russian is interesting and entertaining for children of all ages.
As a teacher and a mother of three children, Natasha understands the characteristics of child development perfectly. In her work, she always considers children’s desires and individual needs.
Natasha started working for a General Contractor when she was 21 and just a year later she continued her career with TEAMWRKX Construction and its affiliates. Natasha has worked in many aspects of TEAMWRKX; including accounting, Human Resources and administration. She also has her own General Contractor’s license and has been working with her Team as an accredited General Contractor for many years.
Education / Affiliations
B.A. in Linguistics: San Jose State University
General Contractor’s License # – 1017087
TEAMWRKX Facilities – President
Generations for Humanity – Principal
Rossinca Cultural Center – Founder & President
Rossinca Heritage School – Founder & President
Rossinca-Carden International STEAM Academy – Director / President
Santa Clara Sister Counties Commission
March of Dimes