Leah Vogt's profile

Hi, I'm Leah Vogt (aka Лилия Водопьянова). I work for MaxReform since 2019.

About

I have teamwork and multi-tasking skills working in multinational companies, including my 5-year employment experience in an international company in Malaysia and Singapore.

I have strong organizational, negotiation, and people management skills. I can adapt to new working environment, and integrate easily in different cultures and countries.

Skills

  • Product research
  • Presentation preparation
  • Cold Calling
  • Direct Marketing
  • Blog Posts
  • Customer Service
  • CRM
  • Project Management
  • Administration
  • Planning & Scheduling
  • Zoom Administration
  • Phone Support

Work experience

Current job:

  • Consultant, MaxReform

Previous jobs (reverse chronological):

  • Translator (English-Russian), Avtotor Holding Management, Russia, 1 year
  • Translator (English-Russian), 5-star Hotel Crystal House & Spa, Russia, 1 year
  • Director, Simply Asia Travel & Tours Sdn.Bhd. Malaysia, 2 years
  • International Group Liaison Officer, Dunham-Bush Holding Sdn. Bhd. Malaysia, 5 years

The full-job list available upon request.

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts in English philology and translation, Kyrgyz State University, Kyrgyzstan, 5 years
  • Certificate, for Advanced training courses of the French language 730hrs.
  • Certificate, for Advanced training courses in Business English 1460hrs.
  • Training Leading People 168 hrs.
  • Training Interaction Skills for Success 168 hrs.

Languages

Language proficiency (ILR scale of 5 levels):

  • English 4+
  • French 1+
  • Russian 5
  • Malay 2
ILR — Interagency Language Roundtable scale

Wikipedia:

IRL — the Interagency Language Roundtable scale is a set of descriptions of abilities to communicate in a language. It is the standard grading scale for language proficiency in the United States's Federal-level service: 

  • ILR Level 0 – No proficiency
  • ILR Level 1 – Elementary proficiency
  • ILR Level 2 – Limited working proficiency
  • ILR Level 3 – Professional working proficiency
  • ILR Level 4 – Full professional proficiency
  • ILR Level 5 – Native or bilingual proficiency

The designation 0+, 1+, 2+, 3+, or 4+ is assigned when proficiency substantially exceeds one skill level but does not fully meet the criteria for the next level.

Internship

I'm looking for an REI virtual internship. More...