Diana Manova is a cofounder, guide and principal of Montessori Children's House (Detska kushta Montessori).
Diana earned her AMI Primary Diploma from the Montessori Training Center of Minnesota and a M.Ed. from Loyola College in Maryland. She worked as an intern in the USA and a lead teacher in a Montessori pre-school in Poland. She is a Montessori lecturer, consultant and moderator.
She has an M.A. in Bulgarian language and literature from the University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski” and holds a diploma of teaching English from the University of Cambridge, U.K.
Diana has seven years of working experience with Peace Corps, foreign offices and diplomats as a trainer of Bulgarian language and culture, six years as an English teacher to children and high school students, and more than 15 years in the field of Montessori education for children.
Diana believes in every child's potential. She is grateful for the opportunity to witness and guide the child's development of will, independence, knowledge and memory. For her, working with children means working for the betterment of the mankind.
She loves nature, photography, poetry, swimming, skiing, hiking, making greeting cards, and going to the theatre. In her free time she enjoys being with family and going out with friends.