Ms. Cheryl Pavlik, Founding Director of the Writing Center (2012 – 2014)
Cheryl Pavlik is a lifelong educator and writer. She has taught students of almost every age and background from school children in Mexico to executives in the United States. She is also the author of more than 40 English language textbooks in use in classrooms all over the world. Ms. Pavlik joined ADA University in 2012. She is the founder and former coordinator of the Write Space, ADA’s writing center, where she trained talented student writers to help their peers. Her extensive experience also includes living in nine different countries including, Nigeria, Thailand, Mexico and Iran. She is currently back in Boston, Massachusetts.
Janice Ottey worked as ADA’s writing center coordinator and the head of the writing program in 2014-2015.
Minavvar graduated from secondary school named after M. H. Shahriyar and majored in International Affairs and Diplomacy in ADA University. Minavvar likes reading books, learning Latino dances, practicing new languages and exploring cultures. She also likes watching movies and analyzing them with her friends.
Minavvar strongly believes that writing is only way of making thoughts visible as this process is not only about putting words on paper. Writing out your ideas will express who you are as a person.
Ms. Aysel Isayeva, BAIS 2017, Writing Consultant (2015-2017)
Aysel graduated from secondary school named after Gultakin Askarova and majored in International Affairs and Diplomacy in ADA University.
Aysel enjoys travelling, exercising and baking. For her, writing is the best way of effectively delivering her message to audiences. It challenges us to extend our line of thought, and develop a healthy skepticism to adopt critical thinking.
Ms. Shakar Ismayilova, BAIS 2017, Writing Consultant (2015-2017)
Shakar studied in Idrak lyceum, as an exchange student in Ionia High School in Michigan, United States; and graduated from the school number 23 in Sumgait. She majored in in International Affairs and Diplomacy in ADA University.
Interests: Traveling all over the world, tasting new food, shopping and spending quality time with my loved ones.
Shakar’s life slogan is when you have a story to tell, you have to do it rather than keeping it in you forever. Writing is precious because with its help, you can create the story, which is in you, out on paper and share it with anyone you want.