Alina Iosifescu is a Communications professional with four years’ private and non-governmental experience. Having been active in the non-governmental sector from 2003, when she first started volunteering, Alina has experience in developing and implementing communication strategies, comprehensive information campaigns, inclusive programs and successful advocacy endeavors tailored for addressing the needs and expectations of a wide range of stakeholders, from citizens to public authorities. Convinced that transparency and access to information represent prerequisites for the healthy development of any form of organization, Alina focuses her professional efforts towards giving a practical sense to these values. For over three years, she is the Public Relations Coordinator of the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux (NACAB), a Romanian NGO.
Alina graduated the University of Bucharest (Romania), with an M.A. in Political Philosophy and European Studies and the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), with an advanced M.A. in European Politics and Policies. Also, Alina will soon obtain her M.A. in Communication and Advertising from the National School of Political and Administrative Science (Romania).
Stefan Baciu is graduating in the summer 2013 from the National College “Sf. Sava” in Bucharest and is preparing to study Law. Stefan also attended a debate course at the British Council (October – December 2011) and a film making course at Brighton University (August 2011).
As a volunteer in “Tara lui Andrei” Camp in summer 2012, Stefan had a life-changing experience which only strengthened his commitment to social involvement. With a humanistic education and vocation, Stefan strongly believes in trust and equity, collaboration and respect, while guiding his life on self-reliance and a problem-solving attitude.