She supports exploitation and dissemination tasks for EU funded projects as part of the marketing team. Her area of expertise is research communication and digital marketing, she is interested in questions of intercultural communication and efficient social media campaigns.
Before joining Trilateral, she worked as a Project Coordinator at Anglia Ruskin University and taught international history at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She completed a marketing internship at Cornell University Press in the USA.
Alexandra’s academic background is in the Humanities, she holds degrees in English Literature, Translation and Interpreting, and Russian Studies from the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. She has recently acquired a certificate in PRINCE2 project management and is currently finishing a PhD in Comparative History at the Central European University.
Her academic interests include global intellectual history, religion and politics, and political philosophy. Alexandra’s research focused on ideology and social movements, conceptual change, and questions of intellectual influence. She also worked in the past as a literary translator from Russian to her native Hungarian.