What's the most sensible thing you've ever heard someone say?
I am proud of my multinational family, we are so different but we love each other, we appreciate our traditions and celebrate holidays together. We live in a big country and the strength in us is not dependent to our ethnicity or beliefs; I am proud that I am Russian.
What gets you excited about life?
My hero is not a character from history or movies, for me a hero is the "Common Woman", that raises its children, and studies a career simultaneously, that is a loving wife, and provides comfort at home, and does all these things smiling without complaining about how difficult it is.
If you had to teach something what would you teach?
My most prized possession are all those moments of my life and emotions that I have been living with my husband. Some of them full of happiness and joy , and some others with tears, but I keep all of these memories in my heart.
How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?
My only nickname is Lisenok (Little Fox), my classmates called me that way since childhood, and my father calls me that same way too. I think that it is because Alisa and Lisenok sound very similar in Russian language, or because I am smart as a fox.
What is your idea of a fun date night?
I love spring, and I was born in spring too. This is the most romantic time of the year and reminds me my school years, the first love. During spring there is a feeling that makes you to smile more, and to do the things better.