I am a EU wonk, a (sporadic) blogger and I tweet as @kosmopolit about EU affairs.

Until recently I was the comms manager for ECFR, a pan-European foreign policy think tank in London.

Over the years I  worked as a consultant and editor in the “eurobubble” in Brussels, I  got involved in various tech and journalism projects and I have a track record in researching /teaching EU politics. I regularly speak on issues  linked to EU politics –  from the development of a EU public sphere, new trends in EU journalism to more institutional and political topics. As a trainer I teach people how to use social media in a Brussels public affairs context.

Previously I worked in the philanthropy sector, I lived in Romania and did a ‘stage’ in the Commission. As you probably know, I am also one of the founders of  bloggingportal.eu (on hiatus, possibly ahead of its time when it launched in 2009) and I served as a trustee at UACES. I also write for other projects and magazines (see for example our #ephearings2014 project or occasional pieces for Carta or esharp)

The Times They Are A-Changin’

challenge2014In 2014/2015 I will be job hunting again. I am looking for a new challenge in EU affairs (to put it as broadly as possible) in  Brussels. I’d also be interested to get involved in research/teaching/training/ consultancy projects on a freelance basis somewhere outside Brussels. So if you would like to discuss new projects/opportunities with me, let’s meet for an informal chat over a coffee/beer. Here are my contact details – or find me on twitter.

I am also available to speak at conferences about EU topics or run (social) media trainings / facilitate workshops. If you ask nicely I might even write an article for you (in English or German) or consider a volunteering opportunity (for example I have been a trustee, advisor, member of a prize jury… just to give you an idea).

And yes, I am also available for interviews and other media requests.  So if you need a quick soundbite from an ‘independent EU policy analyst’ or ‘EU blogger’ etc.  – do get in touch!