Anna Lyubinina (’19) was born in Kyiv, Ukraine, and moved to Walnut Creek, California at the age of four. She lived in the East Bay Area for fifteen years with her Ukrainian parents, American-born younger brother, and parakeet named Taco. Anna is fluent in Russian and English, and speaks some Spanish, French, and Ukrainian as well. Additionally, she has a dual citizenship with Ukraine, and hopes to travel the world one day. Recently, Anna returned from an exciting semester studying abroad in London. She is a third year student double majoring in Psychology and Mathematics/Computer Science, with a concentration in Entrepreneurial Innovation. She aims to become a researcher in the field of Psychiatry, and is currently doing research at OHSU on ADHD in children. Some of Anna’s hobbies include singing, dancing, playing the piano, pilates, yoga, floating the river, and baking. She is excited to be part of the TCK board for the third year.
As the ISS/TCK Intern, Anna heads the celebrated Third Culture Kids program at Lewis & Clark. She works under the Office of International Students and Scholars (ISS).
Feel free to contact Anna if you have questions about the TCK program at Lewis & Clark. Her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.