Alexandra Gizhitsa-Anderson is a Jewish-Ukrainian immigrant living in Connecticut with her husband and two daughters. She has built a successful career in marketing operations for technology companies, and her passions include advocating for humanitarian causes and civil liberties.
By Alexandra Gizhitsa-Anderson
‘How can I tell her that there is no more home?’ After leaving Ukraine, refugees face a bureaucratic nightmare
I decided to take the kids on a trip to cheer them up. A volunteer from Romania drove us to a local mall in Slovakia. These Ukrainian children will be starting school in Slovakia soon, and I wanted them to feel a little bit normal and excited by new clothes, backpacks and school supplies. I…
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