I have always aspired to be surrounded by strong, focused and driven people who believe in change and progress and contribute to the society advancement. I had the chance to meet some fantastic people, role models who guided me through my quest for the right balance between professional success and personal fulfilment.
My lifetime dream was to become a journalist, to dedicate my time to writing and communicating, to act as a voice for those who want to send out an important message, while also allow others to see things that aren’t always obvious or accessible.
I have graduated with a First Class with Honours degree in Publishing with Journalism from The Robert Gordon University, in Scotland.
While living in Scotland, I volunteered for numerous organisations, including Multi Ethnic Aberdeen Limited, The Scottish Romanian Society and participated in the project ‘‘Access All Areas’’ run by Young Scot.
In September 2012, I moved to Luxembourg where I undertook several internships in radio production and broadcasting at Ara City Radio and in online news journalism at wort.lu.
Following my vast experience with the local media, I moved on with my career and started working in corporate communication, marketing and event management for the online graduate student recruitment agency Individuum.lu.
Despite experiencing new facets of the media and communication industry, I remained loyal to my passion, continuing writing to date feature stories and community news as a freelance writer for wort.lu.
In September 2013, I started attending postgraduate classes in European Governance and the political system of the European Union, gaining access to academic knowledge and theoretical concepts that define today’s socio-political world.
Following all these years of combined professional and academic experience, I joined the Time for Equality team in January 2014, where I’m responsible for writing feature articles, coordinating events and communicating with our audiences.
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