Women who administrated the institutions which used the premises at 1, Serghei Lazo Street
Nadejda TERLEȚKI. She studied pedagogy with a lot of commitment and sacrifice. Between the period of 1917-1925 she was the director of Chisinau Primary School No. 5 (which was located at the premises on 1 Serghei Lazo Str.) and a lot of generations of children benefited from her professor’s talent and exceptional soulfulness. She participated at various congresses in Russia where her oratorical skills and public hearings talent had been fully demonstrated.
Alexandra REMENCU. She was a teacher, principal of the kindergarten (no. 17) in Chisinau. In 1929, on the proposal of Florica Nita, she is named the headmistressof Orphanage (later – Children’s House) of Chisinau. In 1940, the Children’s House became amodel-Orphanagefor the entire country, being visited by a special commission of the Nations League (1938). The chief of the commission, Montessori, has proposed that the experience of this orphanage to be presented at a special congress that took place in Rome (1938). The theses of the report submitted at the congress by Alexandra Remencu were included in the final stage as recommendations. In the same year, she was invited to Vatican where she was welcomed by the Pope Pius XI.
Eugenia FISTICAN. Eugenia FISTICAN was appointed, on a competition basis, to the position of the executive director of the NIJ for a period of 5 years pursuant to Decision of the Council of the NIJ No 1/3 of 17 October 2006, being seconded, based on the Decision of the Supreme Council of Magistrates from the position of the judge of the Supreme Court of Justice. In 2008 for merit service she was granted Meritul Civil medal, while in 2015 honorific title „Veteran al sistemului judiciar”.
Anastasia PASCARI (1947–2014). Anastasia PASCARI was appointed, on a competition basis, to the position of the executive director of the NIJ for a period of 5 years pursuant to Decision of the Council of the NIJ No 16/4 of 3 January 2011, being seconded, based on the Decision of the Supreme Council of Magistrates from the position of the judge of the Supreme Court of Justice. For merit service she was granted Meritul Civil and Gloria Muncii Medals. She was also holding the honorific titles of „Decan al autorităţii judecătoreşti”, „Veteran al sistemului judiciar” and others.
Diana SCOBIOALA, university professor, doctor habilitatus in international law, author and co-author of over 80 scientific and methodological-didactic publications. Appointed on a competition basis by the Council of the NIJ, she held two terms as a director of the NIJ (February 2015-February 2020; March 2020-November 2021, incomplete). In September 2021, the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) elected Diana Scobioala as judge to the European Court of Human Rights in respect of the Republic of Moldova.