Our Team

Project Manager
Doiniţa Seruna

Graduate of Babeş-Bolyai University,  the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Doiniţa has previous working experience in sales and marketing in the online and print advertising industry. Doiniţa believes that every change for the better has to start with ourselves, she believes in commitment and in taking an  active role in the community.

Communication and Events Consultant
Dana Stoica

has been working with the Rațiu foundations since 2013.
She has a background in Journalism, Communication, Public Relations
and Corporate Social Responsibility, and a passion for sustainability
projects. More recently, she has coordinated communication activities
for various CSR initiatives in the fields of vocational education,
digital education, environment protection and volunteering.

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Project Manager
Alis Costescu

She has a background in Political Science and Sociology, and a has been collaborating with the Raţiu Center for Democracy since 2009. Alis has previous working experience in data analysis and online research. Alis belives that we need to learn something new everyday in order to find best answers to the social changes.   

Graphic/Web Designer
Nicoleta Bucur

 has an Art and Design background and a bachelor degree in Science Education, and has been working with the Ratiu foundations since 2007. Starting as a Program Manager, she focused afterwards on design, handling various projects – from concept development and branding, to graphic illustration and web design. She holds a
postgraduate certificate in graphic and web design obtained in Milan,
where she has also worked as an e-learning specialist and as a graphic
designer for various fashion press offices.

Project Manager
Oana Bakos 

is a BA graduate in Social Work at Babeş-Bolyai University (Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Cluj-Napoca). She was a volunteer at Raţiu Democracy Center between 2005 and 2007, then became a team member, coordinating a series of projects. 
In 2013, Oana represented CRD during the Building Grassroots Democracy in Minority Communities exchange program funded by the U.S. State Department, Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs.  She believes that, during the past 13 years of promoting democracy as a way of life, she grew up and formed nicely, through a learning and self-knowing process.