FLEX alumna of 2007 Diana Muradova (Onalaska, WI) has recently been admitted to Harvard Graduate School of Education as well as Stanford Graduate School of Education and Columbia University, Teachers’ College. Diana intends to pursue her graduate studies in the field of international education with focus on policy analysis. Her intention is to return to Armenia with load of knowledge and skills and to work with rural schools in Armenia to improve the quality of education. Diana is currently working at The Civilitas Foundation as Social Issues Editor simultaneously managing collaboration between UNICEF and The Civilitas Foundation for the inclusion of children with disabilities in the society. The project aims to produce media reports and stories that highlight successes and challenges people with disabilities face. Apart from this, Diana is the Round Square Representative at the Anania Shirakatsy Lyceum, where she works to implement projects together with school community to contribute to the development of IDEALS internationalism, democracy, environment, adventure, leadership and service. Round Square is a network of over 100 schools around the world that share same values when educating schoolchildren. Through Round Square Diana has travelled and witnessed educational approaches in Oman, United Arab Emirates, Italy, Morocco, etc. Diana’s interest in international education is grounded in her life experiences, given the opportunity to study at Onalaska High School in United States through FLEX (2007) program, then Konstanz University through DAAD program and University of Minnesota, Twin Cities through GLOBAL UGRAD (2011) program has laid the foundation for exploring international education and motivation to bring best practices to Armenian reality. Diana is still deciding which school to choose for her graduate studies in the field of education, she will either move to Palo Alto (Stanford) or Cambridge (Harvard) but either way she is sure that the unparalleled knowledge and skills will equip her to bring change to the educational landscape of Armenia.