Ivelina graduated from Veliko Turnovo University ‘St. St. Cyril and Methodius’, with a Мasters degree in Modern Educational Technologies. She holds a second Masters degree in Accounting and Control. As a primary teacher, she has many years of experience in a public school for over seven years. She has acquired additional V and IV PKS at Sofia University ‘St. Kliment Ohridski’. From 2014 to 2016, she successfully works on the project ‘Making the school attractive for young people’. In 2016/2017 she works on a new European project ‘Developing students’ abilities and increasing their motivation to learn through activities that develop specific knowledge, skills, and competences’. For a fifth consecutive year, she is a member and co-founder of the NGO Association of Educational Initiatives 19, where current and pressing topics related to Bulgaria’s education are discussed as well as what challenges does the young teacher face. Between 2016 and 2018, she actively participates in various developments on the challenges facing young teachers in the educational system. She has three released publications: ‘The role and authority of the teacher as a factor for effective early learning’ ; ‘The role of theatrical play in the formation of cognitive activity in eight-year-old children’ and ‘The role of IT system in the formation of the child’s personality’. A main focus in her work is information and communication technologies. According to her, their main goal is to make learning interesting and engaging for students. She supports teachers saying ‘yes’ to the new and the contemporary that today’s generation brings. For her, the teacher has always been a symbol of the progressive and leading beginning in spiritual prosperity.