Born in Klaipeda, Lithuania to a bi-lingual family.
I grew up speaking Lithuanian and Russian natively. I spent most of my childhood in Lithuania, where I have finished my A levels and was lucky to have very good English teacher. After school I studied in three Academies. The last was in Russia and I became qualified teacher, event administrator/director and choreographer. Worked in few Europe countries, learned more languages and always helped interpreting wherever I went. I have worked as a teacher, administrator, director, PR, and interpreter and translator for more than 27 years.
Moved to UK in 1997, completed Community interpreting course and mental health advocacy in London, later on studied law at Canterbury & Kent University.
At present I am working mainly as Interpreter in health industry but taking on other assignments as well. Always looking for new challenges.