My name is Lucy Setian.
I began my career as a journalist. In 2009 I won the award for most influential ecoblogger in Europe in the competition of the European Journalism Centre “Th!nk About It - Climate Change”. Afterwards I got a special prize from the European Commission’s initiative FightClimateChange.eu. The site for ecology and vegetarianism EcoVege.org chose me for the 1st person in Bulgaria, to whom it awarded the prize “Eco consciousness” in February 2010. In the same year I received the special award of Gorichka.bg in the green contest of the media group NetInfo. During the communications’ forum SWIM Digital Seminar 2010 in Zaragoza, Spain the project of my team received 1st place for the best business model of an online platform.
The largest German Foundation Robert Bosch elected me for their only trainee from Bulgaria in the "Media - Mediators between nations” 2010 program, annually held for 3 months in Berlin. I supported the digital platform Future Challenges, set up by the German foundation Bertelsmann. I’ve been an author of the Bulgarian daily newspaper "24 hours" and the websites “24 Hours Online” and “Trud Online”. I work as a communications’ consultant for several companies and organizations and I’m the creator of the cross-media ArmenGenocide, which covers the topic of the recognition of the genocide over the Armenian people. In 2008 I wrote the travel novel “Beyond the Armenian Eyes”, which you can find as an e-book in Bulgarian and English. The last project, on which I have been working before I've joined TCS Digital World, was the Forum on Green Entrepreneurship and more particularly the Co-Creation Workshop in December 2010, organized by Generation Europe Foundation in Brussels.