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German, Russian, French
More about Sairan Stanley
PreveiwsProperty Specialist. Local RE experience since 1994
Extensive training in real estate. Accredited Home Staging Specialist
Internationally connected; broad experience relocating people from Russia, Europe and Asia to CA
Award designations: 2002 CB International Diamond Society; 2004 CB International Sterling Society; 2005 CB International Sterling Society; 2008 CB International Sterling Society; 2013 CN International Diamond Society
Honors BA Degree in Teaching Languages (English, German & Russian), Pedagogical University of Kazan, Russia.
Postgraduate diplomas in writing, economy and psychology, International University of Moris Torez in Moscow.
Simultaneous interpreter's certification.
Demonstrate professionalism and integrity. Be trustworthy and dependable. Never lose enthusiasm and optimism. Treat clients with courtesy and warmth.
Marin Association of Realtors
Raised and educated in Russia; Taught English at the Chemical University for 14 years; Worked as a simultaneous translator at international film festivals; Interpreted for businessmen and tourists in Moscow; Represented a famous rock band "Zemlyane" in show business handling negotiations on an international level.
Moved to Unites States in 1989. Taught Russian at the business language school "Tradux" in San Francisco. Created a language course for the Golden Gate University of SF. Conducted classes for Professors in new method of teaching by Psychologist Lozanov at the City College of SF. Assisted Rotary Clubs in SF and Oakland as an intepreter. Worked with a few top Russian business people as their portfolio manager. Assisted in establishing Joint Ventures between a few law firms in SF and Moscow.
In her personal life, a gourmet cook, she likes to entertain her friends and clients at her house and cook international dinners; attends a lot of food and wine events; paints in oil, writes and reads, traveled in many countries in the world.
Speaks Russian, German, French and Tatar.