Sergei Kuznetsov is a prominent writer and journalist. His novels have been translated into 12 languages. Sergei’s columns have appeared in the New York Times, The Huffington Post and other publications. In 2001, he was awarded a Knight Fellowship at Stanford University, and spent a year in California. In 2004, Sergei founded the SKCG agency, which specializes in digital marketing, social media marketing and educational projects. Today, SKCG has branches in Russia, Ukraine, France and the United States.
In 2004, Sergei and Ekaterina founded the Marabou Educational Project, designed for Russian-speaking children from around the world. They have since regularly conducted one or two-week education camps in the Сzech Republic, Hungary and France, for children and adolescents from all over the world.
The project has been extremely successful: participant numbers have nearly doubled annually, and more than 70 percent are return clients.
In 2006, Sergei and Ekaterina founded the Science and Vacation Project (now known as Senses & Vacation), designed for a worldwide adult English-language audience.
As a pilot project, in 2017-2018 Sergei and Ekaterina launched the "12/13" program combining weekly online classes and a final classroom session.
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