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Russian Revolution: Yeva Bogoroditskaya

Project Ethos’ lavish arts, fashion, and music events magnetize exciting young talents from many ethnic backgrounds.  Project Ethos modeling sensation Yeva Bogoroditskaya (also known as Eva Skaya) was born in Yerevan, Armenia to an Armenian mother and Russian father in 1993 on the Fourth of July.

At the age of 15 Eva emigrated to the USA.  She graduated with honors from Ulysses S. Grant High School in 2011 and currently attends Los Angeles Valley College.

Now blonde and now brunette, our Russian Madonna started modeling at the age of 17 and walked for various designers during Los Angeles Fashion Week.  Her celebrity look-alike might be Nikki Reed.  We have featured several of her modeling photos in HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY.

Ms. Skaya’s first try at acting was in January 2012 when she got cast for a short film Veridian.  Later in February 2012 she got cast to play Penny Speakerman in the Discovery Channel series called Unusual Suspects.  Eva will represent Sherman Oaks in the Miss California USA 2013 pageant.

“Watching those beautiful, strong, and confident women compete made me want to be on that stage one day.  This is a very exciting opportunity because I am going to have an unforgettable year and meet girls who share my dreams and views,” says Eva.

Another very important mission that Ms. Skaya has is to inform people about hospice services.  She has been a hospice volunteer for over a year now.  She strongly believes that every day of every life matters and that people who are terminally ill should get the support that they deserve.

Hospice is designed to provide care to patients and their families when a life-limiting illness no longer responds to cure-oriented treatments.  Hospice offers options and choices that go far beyond accepted medical standards.

Eva’s commendable drive to succeed and dedication to the sick and dying should serve her well as she adapts to the American way.  Here active is always attractive no matter the nationality.

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Dr. Laura Wilhelm was born in Philadelphia, PA on May 17, 1965. Her family lived briefly in Palo Alto and Oakland, CA before settling in San Diego when Laura was 10. In 1988 Laura graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Reed College in Portland, OR with a major in Russian and minor in Classics. She received her doctorate in Russian language and literature with honors from the U of Kansas in 1994 before relocating to Los Angeles with her husband, Christopher. Laura belongs to Dobro Slovo, the national Slavic honor society. Laura received much recognition for her work with the City of West Hollywood's Russian-speaking immigrant community before moving on to an eclectic teaching and consulting career in the Greater Los Angeles area. Since May 2009 Laura has run an award-winning business and talent development company called LauraWil Intercultural. Her associates comprise major international names in the arts, entertainment, fashion, literature, and science. Laura is a member of the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and sits on several of their committees. In West Hollywood she has helped to develop and promote programming for major world events such as Fashion's Night Out sponsored by VOGUE Magazine. In 2011 Laura's company was nominated for a WHCC Creative City Award (Category: Creative Communications). In January 2012 Laura was appointed CEO for a youth oriented online media company called vrmedia based in Washington, DC that has quickly formed networks up and down the East and West Coasts. At around the same time she started collaborating on charity fund raising for the Foundation Fighting Blindness with celebrated beauty pageant winner April Lufriu (Mrs. Florida, Mrs. America, and Mrs. World). Laura works with many other charities such as Finding Freedom International, Pals Around the World, and We Care For the World. She has been invited to serve on the Board of Directors for Designers 4 Africa, whose clientele includes A-list celebrities such as Cameron Diaz and Gisele Bundchen. Laura's Los Angeles company is running an ongoing bi-cultural RUNGLISH book promotion whose author Nina Naydenova is allied with renowned Russian luminaries such as tenor Nikolai Baskov and Oksana Fedorova, Russia's only Miss Universe to date. vrmedia plans to carry a definitive annotated translation of Leo Tolstoy's classic autobiography CHILDOOD-BOYHOOD-YOUTH as well as many other world masterpieces through Penguin Classics. As Los Angeles Chair Laura reviews fashion events for Emerging Global Designers. She also writes regular features on cultural topics for COLD HEAT NEWS and HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY. She has appeared live on KNBSTV.COM and Global TV. In graduate school Laura worked and studied in the former Yugoslavia and Soviet Union. She and her husband have visited Greece and led two successful Explorica tours of Italy for students from Mayfield Senior School in Pasadena, CA. Laura is active with the American-Russian Business Council, the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Sister Cities. Recently she was designated Russian Ambassador for the multicultural 2012 Global Independence Day awards event at the Beverly Hilton. She has listings in numerous WHO'S WHO, American Biographical Institute, and International Biographical Centre publications.

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One Response to "Russian Revolution: Yeva Bogoroditskaya"

  1. Annie says:

    So proud of Yeva,she is gonna go far….