Conference Coordinator

What’s your name?


What’s your title?

Conference Coordinator

What does your job entail?

To guide the applicants in their university applications and student visas in the USA, accompany them on this beautiful journey, inform them about the whole process, and enable them to start their journey comfortably without any questions in their minds.

What is a typical day like?

I start the day early. After exercising I go to breakfast. I try to make different recipes for my morning and evening meals. I always read books during the day and organize fun trips and activities to reward myself in the evening after work.

Favorite memory?

I started theater at a young age. I acted in several different plays. I once got a loud round of applause for my tirade on stage. I still remember the pride of that moment. What do you like most about your job?

What do you like most about your job?

The best part of this job, I think, is helping people on their way to their dreams and being by their side. I think every dream should come true one day.

Where are you from?

I’m from Istanbul. 

What do you like to do when you aren’t working?

I like to travel and taste new food wherever I go. I also attend events such as cinema and theater. Taking pictures and collecting memories are one of my favorites. Even if I can’t do anything on my free days, I go for a walk to take pictures.

How many Languages do you speak?

I speak Turkish fluently. My English speaking level is also improving day by day.

Who are your favorite sports teams?

My favorite team is actually Fenerbahçe. However, I also follow Turkish National volleyball players and I am proud of them.

What’s a fun fact about you many people may not know?

While visiting the Grand Bazaar in Turkey, the shopkeepers there always think I am a tourist. They try to communicate with me in foreign languages. When that happens, I pretend to be a tourist and finally say that I know Turkish. It has always been a joke that amused me.

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