Bulgaria M3 Communications College Appoints New Management
M3 Communications College, the first Bulgarian accredited center for professional education in Marketing, Public Relations, and Business Communications begins the school year under new management.
Kremena Georgieva is the new Director of the College while Maria Gospodinova is the Manager of the Education Department.
Kremena Georgieva has 10 years of experience in the media. She worked as the editor of numerous TV broadcasts, among them the "Navigator with Alexander Avzhiev" show on the National Bulgarian Television (BNT). During the past year Georgieva worked as news editor at the Business Television EBF. She has authored 4 documentaries airing on BNT, among them "Sentence: Dead" focusing on the dead penalty issue.
Georgieva is in the process of completing her PhD in Rhetoric and Media at the Philosophy Department of Sofia University "St. Kliment of Ohrid". She has a Master's Degree in Rhetoric and a Bachelors Degree in PR. She is also the author of the monograph "PR. Rhetoric. Media".
Maria Gospodinova is a journalist with extensive experience in print media. In the last two years she worked as an editor of the monthly lifestyle magazine Easy. Gospodinova has a Master's in Public Communications and Bachelor's in PR from Sofia University "St. Kliment of Ohrid".
M3 Communications College is part of the M3 Communications Group, Inc., and is the first accredited center in Bulgaria for professional education in Marketing, Public Relations and Business Communications. It was founded in 2004 and already has 400 graduates.
Since 2008 M3 Communications College is officially an affiliate of The Manhattan Institute of Management.
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