I do value your time and will keep this intro informative but brief.
I am a Moscow State Teachers’ Training University graduate, with two degrees (BSc, MEd) obtained from this institution: the first (BSc) is in Pedagogy, another (MEd) is in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). The third degree (MA) is irrelevant to teaching profession, it was received from Moscow State University / Higher School of Economics (although it can be of certain benefit to learners studying Russian for business).
Military, Business, Politics and Mass Media. Prospective learners willing to practise Russian speaking / listening / reading / writing skills in these areas can get the most from my classes.
I am a Muscovite, originally from the south of Moscow (if you know the city well, this is Luzhniki area, famous by the Stadium where 1980 Olympics opening / closing ceremonies took place), so my Russian sounds with a recognisable Moscow accent.
This is another extra, which can be of some demand. I speak Ukrainian very fluently, quite close to the native level, but, obviously, my Ukrainian is not perfect due to Moscow accent.