I thought to choose “arada”, to name it, which sounds easy to remember and the meaning could match my current life style. So arada is a greek word which means either line or continuously, without interruption, continually. I keep the part “without interruption”, non stop, full of energy! Friends call me troubleshooter. I have a lot and curly hair from black to white colours. My thoughts follow a similar pattern to hair. Automatically, I analyse why things work the way they do, and then I employ my insights to develop potential improvements. Three things drive my life until today; friends, food and love.
Other than that, I am an enthusiastic environmental engineer who always seeks for meaningful collaborations in sustainability & circular economy context. I am a project planner who deploys a holistic approach based on climate science background, an implementer who often works as a troubleshooter. Connecting to people, networking is my natural gift.
My name is a bit complicated to pronounce. A german speaking person could read it as ewjenia. It is a greek name and not russian as most think.
Evgenia: Ευγενία> ευ + γέννος > ευ: a prefix to indicate something “good”, γέννος: genre.
Evgenis used to be the rich and well educated people. Nowadays, evgenia means politeness.
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