Kristína Chlebáková, Lead Project Manager, Czechia
Kristína is a Project Manager at EUROPEUM. She is currently focused on citizens´ engagement and information-sharing via Czech-wide public and expert debates and EUROPEUM’s podcast with politicians, policymakers, civil society representatives and other political stakeholders. She is particularly interested in the EU institutional set-up and the European economy, focusing on the Single Market, EU trade policy and fiscal governance. Kristína is a Master’s candidate in European Integration at the Prague University of Economics and Business.
Denisa Karábová, Slovakia
Project manager, youth worker, facilitator, and researcher involved in several long-term international projects. In 2018, she completed her Ph.D. studies in the European Studies program and has a vast experience in formal education as a lecturer mainly specializing in Europeanization changes and the political system of the EU. Within non-formal education, she is focused and most passionate about media literacy and active participation, which she considers crucial for a functional democratic society.
Anita Seprenyi, Hungary
Anita is a Project Manager at 21 Research Centre. Anita studied IR for her BA at the Corvinus University of Budapest and followed her MA studies at the University of Bologna, spending her Erasmus period in Kaunas, Lithuania. Recently she concluded training on community organizing and change management with Professor Ganz at the Kennedy School. Besides working at 21 Research Centre, Anita co-leads Volt Academy of Volt Europe, where she is responsible for the organisation’s internal trainings focusing on leadership development. She has been a member of the Global Shapers Community by the WEF for five years, currently fulfilling the community champion role for CEE.
Magdalena Brukwińska, Events Team, Poland
Magdalena is an event manager and organization developer. She has co-organized Campus Polska Przyszłości, a large-scale, innovative summer school for over one thousand young community leaders from Poland and abroad. She began her career in the Poznan Science And Technology Park as European Projects Specialist where she was responsible for study visits, workshops, and conferences.