Studies: Adult education management (BA), Human Resource Counselling (MA), ongoing PhD in Social Policy
Languages: advanced English, elementary German
Area of interest: formal, non-formal and informal learning; digital education; training innovation; volunteerism; career counselling; social and educational policy
She participated the GLEN (Global Education Network of Young Europeans) program in 2014 and spent 3 months in India as a volunteer, and thereafter, she was a volunteer mentor. In 2016 she took part in a EU Aid Volunteers capacity building and organisational development project which ended up with a successful certification for the EU Aid Volunteers program. She has experience with Erasmus+ mobility (KA1), strategic partnerships and cooperation for innovation (KA2) projects. She is a PhD student and a prospecitve researcher with an interest in the connection between atypical and digital education methods and social inequalities.