Socio-legal scientist with background in law, publishing, and international studies.
I joined CMI in January 2020 to work at the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, as a research, communication, and administrative Assistant.
Prior to this, I had worked as a freelance writer and researcher for various companies, especially from the legal and media sectors. I’ve also done volunteer work and consultancy for different organisations involved in child protection.
I hold a Master’s degree in Law (Paris II Panthéon-Assas, France), a MA in Publishing (Kingston University, UK) and a Graduate Diploma in International studies (King’s College London, UK). During my studies, I decided to focus both on children’s rights and on communication. This allowed me to explore different fields and industries, reinforcing my conviction that the social and legal spheres are often interdependent and can reinforce, or undermine, each other.
Along with corruption and governance, my main interests revolve around socio-legal studies; children’s rights, especially regarding education, mental health, neurodiversity, and inclusivity; and child protection.