Tea Pesheva – President of St. Andrews Rotaract Club – 16 April 2014
Wed 16th April 2014
Tea Pesheva tells us about her home country and her experiences as President of St. Andrews Rotaract Club.
Tea comes from Macedonia, a country just north of Greece and east of Albania. The country has about two million inhabitants, was formerly part of Yugoslavia and has been an independent republic since 1991. The relatively warm climate in Macedonia provides excellent growth conditions for a variety of vegetables, herbs and fruits. Macedonian cuisine is also noted for the diversity and quality of its dairy products, wines and local alcoholic beverages.
Tea is at present studying Sustainable Development at St. Andrews University. Both parents are computer engineers and she has one brother. Her father is a Rotarian and her mother in Inner Wheel, so she joined Rotaract in 2011 and became president of the St. Andrews Club in 2013. She talked about the volatility of the Club as there is such a high turnover of student members. For them time management is key. Club projects have included a hike up Ben Nevis for Mary