I found in this program not just a methodology, but a leadership community. We are not just counting things, but pondering on questions and looking at ways to develop our work. Particularly in game-changing times like this, it is critical.
Alexandra joined Ashoka Romania in 2018 as an intern and then she started being in charge of communication.
She has a background in Psychology, graduating The Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Bucharest. Driven by a desire to have more learning experiences she joined Psychology and Educational Sciences Students Association. There she implemented a project that for the first time in faculty’s history created a context to discuss outside the classrooms about risk groups and minorities in Romania.
Her academic experiences continued in The Netherlands where she graduated a MSc called Youth Studies at Utrecht University.