Last week, Questers, in partnership with Teach for Bulgaria, held an event at the Embassy of The Republic of Bulgaria in London, under the patronage of the Ambassador and in the presence of Mrs Tanya Koicheva, Economic and Commercial Counsellor. The event brought together members of the Bulgarian community in the UK, representatives of City Club London and many of our clients.
We are proud to work with Teach for Bulgaria and support their work to extend its reach even further around the country, something we know all our clients will also support, having a connection through the talent of their team in the country.
We believe this partnership will help Teach for Bulgaria educate even more children in the coming years and inspire even more young graduates to join this fantastic organisation.
Questers will also sponsor IT and Math teachers throughout their participation in the TfB program, through mentoring, career advice, participation in events and training.
“The movement for change doesn’t belong just in the classroom. Everyone must play a part. You can help us find solutions to ensure that every child can work towards a future they choose for themselves, not the one they inherit.”, said Evgenia Peeva, CEO of Teach For Bulgaria, during the event - http://zaednovchas.bg/en/
During the evening we had the honour of hearing also from Brett Wigdortz, CEO of Teach First, partner organization of Teach for Bulgaria in the UK, Dany Georgieva, one of their inspirational young leaders, and Questers Founder and Chairman, Neal Gandhi.
Evgenia Peeva, CEO of TfB and Alexander Drangajov, CEO of Questers, at the beginning of the reception.
Evgenia Peeva, CEO of TfB and Neal Gandhi, Questers Chairman. The short talks that took place were an opportunity for all to get to know the work of Teach First and Teach for Bulgaria better.
Brett Wigdortz (middle), CEO of Teach First, partner organization of Teach for Bulgaria in the UK.