Meet Savina Dimitrova: she’s all about the details

Savina Dimitrova, Technical Intern

(This is part of a continuing series of posts introducing you to our excellent team of interns who are spending their summer working for APPCityLife.)

Savina came to the U.S. when she was 15 from Varna, Bulgaria. Multi-lingual and multi-cultural, she brings a world of talent (literally) to our intern pool this summer. Savina has proven to be quite the statistical researcher and assists the team in finding details on the growth of smart phone usage and mobile marketing.

A Presidential Scholar at the University of New Mexico, Savina is in her junior year, majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in International Business. Next year she plans to study abroad and attend Sheffield University in England.

Savina’s interests include painting, volleyball, skiing and volunteering. She studies hard but always finds time to help people and protect the environment. She has already accrued an impressive collection of awards and accolades, many from statewide DECA competitions.

“I chose APPCityLife because the dynamics of this small business give me the daily challenge to stay up-to-date with what our city needs, in what ways our customers envision the use of technology and how we can do better for local businesses to thrive, thus promoting the growth of a cultural hub. The leadership at APPCityLife is focused yet it gives me the freedom to decide how to contribute to the core objectives.”

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About APPCityLife

APPCityLife connects people with cities through a complete end-to-end mobile and cloud platform where cities, developers, civic hackers, nonprofits, schools and enterprise can publish robust mobile apps with seamless Open Data integration. Our platform is powerful enough to support rapid prototyping for experienced coders and developers, but it is also easily accessible to those without any previous coding experience; we empower individuals to create solutions and build mobile apps which address challenges they see within their own community.
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