Anush is the Co-Founder of EduCompass and leads the advice to students interested in studying in the UK. She is a youth empowerment professional who draws on her combined academic and professional experience to help students find the right match to pursue their dream careers.

Anush started her journey with a Master's degree in Education in Teaching English and French languages, and has since complemented it with studies in a number of European Universities, including University of Amsterdam, Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Maastricht School of Management.

This helped Anush build a meaningful career spanning over 15 years within the United Nations and international NGOs and helping deliver programmes in at least 20 countries in the world. Anush spent 7 years heading up the Advocacy department of the largest educational organisation for girls’ and young women in the world. There she supported generations of young women from across the globe with knowledge and skills to take the lead in their own growth and development and set on the path of changing the world. From guidance on writing motivation letters and public speeches alongside UN and government leaders to preparing school graduates for university entrance exams, career coaching and delivering career talks at the UK’s prestigious school, Anush has always had the young people’s best interest at heart.

Anush lives in a leafy neighborhood of north London. When she is not tucked away in the world of work, Anush enjoys time with her 2 sons, an evening Zumba and guilty pleasures of late dining.

Lusine is an educational leader with 20 years of experience in teaching, academic advising and coaching. As a Co-Founder of EduCompass she advises students eager to continue their education in the US higher education institutions.

Lusine started her journey as an educator after getting her Master of Education degree in Teaching English and French in her home country Armenia. With a strong passion to empower youth through learning and excellence she soon paved her way to the two most renowned US universities for graduate and post-graduate studies - the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and Harvard Business School, Executive Education. Along the way she was privileged to learn from the most prominent faculty and join the brightest international cohorts of future leaders.

Lusine continued her professional career as an educator, joining the faculty of the Political Science and International Relations Department of the American University of Armenia and later the Centre for European Studies at Yerevan State University. She introduced the Harvard Negotiation Program to more than 500 local and international students, designed and delivered graduate level courses, served on faculty boards, developed new academic programs and curriculum. In parallel to academic practices, she had a dynamic career in public and non-profit sectors, volunteered on boards of universities and schools, and led one of the biggest philanthropic family foundations in Armenia promoting their mission "to support sustainable development through education".

She is a proud mom of three daughters, who has learnt to educate not only through theories but through professional and personal life journeys. Her goal is to find the right fit between the child and the school and help students thrive.