For our latest Meet the Team, we want to introduce you to Anastasia Zhukava!
She is new to Blox and is now working on our incredible Marketing team as a Digital Designer!
All of Blox welcomes her and is excited to have her on the team and part of our journey.
Check out her Q&A to learn more about Anastasia!
What do you do at Blox?
Basically, I’m doing some marketing and web design and making sarcastic jokes 🙂
What profession did you desire when you were a kid?
Please don’t laugh, the job of my dream was a gymnast in the circus.
What is your favourite book or tv show right now?
I’m really obsessed with “A Short History of Nearly Everything” by Bill I Bryson. So as you can see I’m trying to be a woman of science) The next book on my “to read” list is “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind”. And I’m definitely not a movie type of person)
What technologies do you think are important today?
Any technologies that allow us to live longer and stay healthy. The Internet as well! If there wasn’t any how could we watch funny Youtube videos?
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
Analogue photography and collecting visited countries on the worldmap.
What are the values that drive you?
Healthy ambitions, desire to make the world better if possible and desire to become a pro at what I do
Tell us something interesting or random that people don’t know.
Umbrellas really scary me, I don’t use them. Also I don’t listen to songs with female vocals. That’s enough, I don’t want people to think I’m completely crazy)
What is some practical professional advice that helps you succeed?
Do not hesitate if you want to do something new. Just risk and do it! And always criticise your work and try to estimate your work results objectively.
If you could sit for lunch with anyone on the planet (present/future/past), who would that be and why?
It would be Ray Douglas Bradbury because he is the favourite author of my childhood. And definitely it would be the person who invented the wheel or invented the first word or anything first in ancient times – just want to understand how their brain worked!