Innovations for Tomorrow: Implications of the 4th Industrial Revolution

This event is an exploration of the future and the implications it will have on Romania’s development.

Organised by the Global Shapers Bucharest Hub in partnership with Hello Tomorrow, this event looks at some of the most important trends and tipping points that come with the fourth industrial revolution: digital, physical, biological and industrial. We will also look at how these influence the next decades in Romania and what are some of the opportunities and challenges for Romanian society. More on the Agenda here.

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Topics include future of transport & mobility, smart cities, future of work, digital citizenship, AI decision making, implantable technologies, personalised medicine, blockchain, sharing economy, 3D printing or new business models.

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As a community of the World Economic Forum, the Global Shapers Community builds upon many of the conversations in WEF events like the one in Davos, to (de)construct some of the key insights of the implications of this new industrial revolution for the world and, in particular, for Romania.

The First Industrial Revolution used water and steam power to mechanise production. The Second used electric power to create mass production. The Third used electronics and information technology to automate production. Now a Fourth Industrial Revolution is building on the Third, the digital revolution that has been occurring since the middle of the last century. It is characterised by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres. Klaus Schwab, Founder & Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum

This event is done in partnership with Hello Tomorrow, one of the largest global competitions for start-ups in science and technology with impactful solutions to real world problems. It is a partner event in a large global series of events looking at deep-tech in Paris, San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Seoul, Bangalore, Los Angeles, Istanbul or Islamabad.

Proudly taking part during the Bucharest Technology Week 2017, this event also looks to promote Romanian start-ups that through their innovation contribute to the creation of a sustainable ”tomorrow”. This event is supported by UniCredit Bank and Enevo Group.

Innovations for Tomorrow

The New Storytellers

Global Shapers Bucharest Hub joins as partner an innovative project that promises to challenge the children books landscape in Romania.  The New Storytellers project brings together twelve creative Roma children from a marginalized neighborhood in Bucharest, who will join two beloved Romanian authors, part of the new wave of Romanian contemporary children’s literature, for a series of 12 storytelling workshops. The children’s personal stories will be a source of inspiration for an illustrated book, which we will publish and donate to local school libraries and non-governmental organizations.

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Our twelve storytellers live in Ferentari, a Bucharest neighborhood that is home to one of the city’s most disenfranchised communities. While the children’s daily life may be marred by insecurity and poverty, when they come together, they open up: they are bright, playful, and inquisitive. We genuinely believe that being part of a writing project will enhance their creativity and pride.  

The children will develop stories through creative games, drawings, short video recordings, and writing. The workshops have two purposes: on the one hand, they allow them to collect personal stories that will inform the writing and illustrating process; on the other hand, they will enhance the participants’ creativity and to develop their storytelling skills. 


Furthermore, the authors will meet up with different members of the Ferentari community, to better understand its challenges. They will then spend from four to six months to write an illustrate the resulting book.  To support them during this creative process, we will offer them a grant from the funds we raise.

Our book will be one of the very few illustrated children’s books with both Roma and non-Roma characters ever published worldwide. We hope it will raise awareness about the importance of different narratives in Romania, and that it will be the first book out of many to go this path.

The New Storytellers is initiated by Cu Alte Cuvinte (In Other Words), a Romanian NGO working to promote diversity in children’s literature and Policy Center for Roma and Minorities that runs since 2010 the Alternative Education Club, a long term non-formal educational program that empowers more than 200 children from Ferentari to break the cycle of poverty and exclusion. 

More than a presentation, this is a call for action. Support the project by sharing the story, become an endorser of the idea by disseminating our story or become one of the donors who make this book a reality – https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-new-storytellers-diverse-books-in-romania-diversity-education#/

În căutarea politicianului de mâine

Miercuri, 30 martie de la ora 18:30, la Centrul Ceh București, Global Shapers Bucharest Hub și DOR organizează o dezbatere despre viitorul politicii cu tineri politicieni, profesioniști din sectorul guvernamental și neguvernamental și jurnaliști.

Politicienii sunt esențiali într-un proiect național coerent. Numărul mare și entuziasmul unor tineri profesioniști care s-au implicat în 2016 în serviciul public într-un guvern tehnocrat, dar și numărul mare al tinerilor care au manifestat în Piața Victoriei în februarie 2017 acuzând lipsa de încredere în politicieni ridică întrebări despre cine sunt liderii politici ai României de mâine.

17440086_10155196852870719_1805366802_nDe ce au decis tinerii să se implice într-un guvern fără culoare politică și ce i-a oprit să se alăture și înainte, dar și mai recent unui partid politic? Cum se formează în România clasa politică? Ce traiectorie au tinerii care decid să facă acest pas și cine îi pregătește pentru responsabilitățile guvernării? Pe scurt, cum crește un lider politic în România și ce putem aștepta de la politicienii de mâine?

Discuția e bazată pe articolul “În căutarea politicianului de mâine”, de Ana Maria Luca, din DoR #27 (bit.ly/DoR27.) și e moderată de Georgiana Ilie, senior editor DoR.

Mai multe detalii despre eveniment găsiți aici.

Festivalul de fotbal feminin “Live Your Goals”

Global Shapers Bucharest Hub, Federația Română de Fotbal și Fundația Policy Center for Roma and Minorities organizează în data de 11 martie, începând cu ora 10:00, în Ferentari (Parcul Aleea Livezilor, sectorul 5), o zi dedicată fotbalului feminin, sub umbrela Festivalului de Fotbal Feminin ”Live Your Goals”.

Evenimentul organizat în parteneriat cu Primăria Sectorului 5 și FARE Network se va desfășura sub egida proiectului FIFA ”Live Your Goals”, care are ca scop atragerea unui număr cât mai mare de jucătoare de fotbal, creșterea popularității fotbalului feminin și implicarea unui număr cât mai mare de fete în acest sport.

La eveniment se pot înscrie fete cu vârsta până în 14 ani. Ele trebuie să se prezinte la locația desfășurării acțiunii în 11 martie, la ora 9:30, pentru înregistrare și pentru a primi echipamentul oficial.

Participantele vor fi împărțite în patru grupe, pe categorii de vârstă (6-8, 8-10, 10-12, respectiv 12-14 ani) și vor lucra diferite exerciții sub îndrumarea selecționerului naționalei feminine, Mirel Albon, și a jucătoarelor echipei naționale Ioana Bortan și Ștefania Vătafu. Fetele vor învăța tehnica lovirii balonului cu piciorul și cu capul, își vor dezvolta coordonarea și mobilitatea și se vor distra participând la jocuri interactive cu mingea de fotbal.

A doua parte a zilei este dedicată femeilor din diferite medii sociale, iar activitățile programate au drept obiective combaterea prejudecăților despre rolul tradițional al femeilor în societate și promovarea fotbalului feminin în comunitate.

Ziua va continua cu un spectacol fotbalistic în care vor fi angrenate fetele din „Echipa Mamelor”, „Echipa Jandarmeriei”, „Echipa ONG-istelor”, ”Echipa studentelor”, „Echipa FRF”, dar și din alte echipe interesate să participe. Ne dorim să aducem împreună, prin intermediul fotbalului, femei cu status social diferit și din medii diferite, pentru a conștientiza importanța colaborării și a sprijinului reciproc.

La festivalul de fotbal feminin „Live Your Goals” vor fi prezenți președintele Federației Române de Fotbal, Răzvan Burleanu și șeful Comisiei de fotbal feminin din cadrul FRF, Alin Cioban.

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(Re)Shaping Romania

La finalul unui an în care România a avut guvern tehnocrat, deschidem o conversație despre provocările întâmpinate și lecțiile învățate de echipele ministeriale. De asemenea, ne dorim să dezbatem aspecte privind buna guvernare, situația politică, dezvoltarea socio-economică și culturală a țării.

Conferința (Re)Shaping Romania, ce se va desfășura pe 7 februarie îi are ca invitați pe foștii miniștri Dragoș Pîslaru (Muncă), Corina Șuteu (Cultură), Vlad Voiculescu (Sănătate), Violeta Alexandru (Consultare Publică) și fostul secretar de stat în Ministerul Muncii, Oana Țoiu. Vor fi prezenți și membri ai echipelor de consiliere, invitați să împărtășească din experiența tehnică de lucru în administrația publică.

Evenimentul este organizat de Global Shapers Bucharest HUB, cu sprijinul Universității Alternative și se află sub egida Shaping Conversations. Vlad Voiculescu și Oana Țoiu sunt membri fondatori ai Global Shapers Bucharest HUB.

Participarea la eveniment se va face pe bază de invitație. Evenimentul va fi moderat de Cosmin Alexandru.

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Global Shapers Bucharest Hub face parte din rețeaua globală de Huburi de tineri, prezentă în peste 450 de orașe din peste 80 de țări,aflată sub egida World Economic Forum. (www.globashapers.ro) În București, organizația activează din anul 2013 și are o serie de proiecte organizate, la nivel local și național, dintre care Social Impact Award, Shaping Conversations, 100 women for Bucharest etc.

Universitatea Alternativă este prima platforma educațională democratică din România, creată împreună cu profesionişti cu scopul de a sprijini creşterea unor tineri capabili să genereze impact în societate. (www.universitateaalternativa.ro)

Aspen Junior Seminar

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In perioada 15 – 18 decembrie 2016Institutul Aspen Romania, in parteneriat cu Global Shapers Bucharest Hub și Forumul Tinerilor din Romania, va organiza cea de-a cincea editie a Aspen Junior Seminar. Programul isi propune sa reuneasca aproximativ 20 de tineri cu varsta cuprinsa intre 20 si 24 de ani, activi in mediul academic şi de voluntariat, cu potential demonstrat de leadership si spirit de initiativa civica. Seminarul ofera participantilor un spaţiu neutru de dialog şi interactiune, in care au oportunitatea de a-si expune si chestiona propriile convingeri.

Seminarul este construit in jurul metodei Aspen, dezvoltata pe parcursul a 60 de ani si utilizata in cadrul tuturor programelor de leadership ale Institutului Aspen Romania. Abordand texte clasice si reflectii filozofice ale unor autori precum: Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Fareed Zakaria, Nelson Mandela, George Orwell, Aristotel, Andrei Plesu, Vaclav Havel sau Platon, seminarul deschide cadrul pentru un dialog informal si critic pe teme de interes ale societatii actuale cum ar fi: identitatea individuala si pluraritatea valorilor in societate, raportul individ-comunitate, responsabilitatea si asumarea rolului de lider. Potentialul individual al participantilor, preocuparea fata de realitatile societatii din care fac parte, pasiunea şi curiozitatea acestora, sustinute de interventia moderatorilor Aspen, vor contribui la succesul si impactul seminarului.

Sunt eligibili tinerii intre 20 si 24 de ani (inclusiv), cu realizari academice semnificative, precum si cu un istoric consistent de activitati de voluntariat in sectorul academic, nonprofit si nu numai.

Persoanele interesate sunt rugate sa trimita dosarul de candidatura complet, pana pe data de 22 noiembrie, catre Elisabeta Dinu, AIR Leadership Programs Officer, pe adresa de e-mail elisabeta.dinu@aspeninstitute.ro. Dosarul trebuie sa contina urmatoarele documente, in limba romana, in format PDF:
–    o scrisoare de recomandare, din partea unei persoane familiarizate cu parcursul personal şi profesional al candidatului, care sa indice compatibilitatea acestuia cu programul propus;
–   un eseu de  aproximativ 500 de cuvinte, care sa raspunda intrebarii: Care este importanta leadershipului bazat pe principii etice in dezvoltarea societatii?
–   CV-ul candidatului, care sa evidentieze implicarea academinca, civica si activitatile de voluntariat ale acestuia;

Seminarul va fi moderat de Oana Marinescu, fondatoarea OMA Vision si membra a Institutului Aspen Romania.

Costurile aferente Seminarului (cazare, masa, materiale de lectura) vor fi suportate de catre organizatori, urmand ca participantii sa isi acopere costurile de transport. Programul se va desfasura pe teritoriul Romaniei, iar limba de lucru va fi limba romana.

Experienta Seminarului Aspen, dincolo de a oferi absolventilor un spatiu de reflectie si revizuire a valorilor care le ghideaza deciziile, reprezinta o oportunitate de dezvoltare, o calatorie intelectuala si o provocare personala. Toate acestea pot conduce catre o schimbare de perspectiva in viziunea viitorilor lideri asupra comunitatii din care fac parte si a rolului de agenti ai schimbarii pe care si-l pot asuma in societate.

Marea Finală Social Impact Award 2016

Ultima etapa a celei de-a cincea editii a Social Impact Award aduce cele 9 echipe finaliste in fata juriului pentru pitch-urile finale in 29 septembrie, de la ora 16:00 la The Entrepreneurship Academy. Prezentarile vor fi urmate de un panel de discutii concentrat pe impactul si rolul inovatiei sociale in Romania. Inregistrare aici.

16:00 – 18:30 Prezentarile echipelor finaliste in fata juriului si a publicului

18.30 – 19:00 Welcome cocktail

19:00 – 20:00 Panel: rolul inovatiei sociale in Romania

Claudiu Vrinceanu, Secretar de Stat, Ministerul Economiei

Daniela Vișoianu, Președinte, Coaliția pentru Educație

Khalid Inayeh, Managing Partner, KCMC, antreprenor social

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Katherine Milligan, Head of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship

Marie Ringler, Head of Ashoka Europe

20:00 – 21:00 Anuntarea celor 3 castigatori ai juriului si castigatorul votului comunitatii

Social Impact Award este o competitie de idei pentru tinerii care vor sa produca o schimbare in societate intr-un mod constructiv. Misiunea proiectului este promovarea antreprenoriatului social in randul studentilor si tinerilor profesionisti din Europa centrala si de est. Astazi proiectul este prezent in 10 tari: Austria, Cehia, Grecia, Macedonia, Romania, Rusia, Serbia, Bosnia si Herzegovina, Slovacia si Muntenegru.

In Romania, proiectul este organizat de catre Global Shapers Bucharest Hub, Social Innovation Solutions si Universitatea Alternativa.

Oana Țoiu, Bucharest Global Shaper, numită Secretar de Stat la Ministerul Muncii

12718202_10153278067541887_6838807484101339575_n.pngOana Țoiu, membru fondator la Global Shapers Bucharest Hub a fost numită de Prim Ministrul Dacian Cioloș Secretar de Stat la Ministerul Muncii Familiei, Protecţiei Sociale şi Persoanelor Vârstnice. / Oana has been appointed State Secretary at the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Protection and Elderly.

Oana Țoiu este antreprenor social și consultant în dezvoltarea strategică a organizațiilor de impact. Cu o experiență de peste 10 ani în domeniul inovației sociale, Oana a derulat programe de dezvoltare în România, Austria, Slovacia, Republica Cehă, Rusia şi Ungaria pentru organizații neguvernamentale și mediul privat.

A dezvoltat pentru United Nations Development Program în România curriculumul și programele de formare în economie socială pentru autoritățile publice locale și a derulat formări ïn domeniu pentru peste 500 de funcționari publici, membri ai societății civile și antreprenori. 

În cadrul proiectului S.P.E.R derulat de Secretariatul General al Guvernului a derulat programele pentru copiii romi și educatorii care deserveau grupe mixte etnic.

Afacerea socială Mesteshukar ButiQ (MBQ), dezvoltată alături de Romano ButiQ prin conectarea designerilor austrieci, români și suedezi cu meșteșugari tradiționali romi, a fost desemnată de Comisia Europeana una dintre cele mai bune 10 idei de inovație socială din Uniunea Europeană în 2012 . MBQ este invitată anual să expună la Romanian Design Week, Vienna Design Week și muzee din Stockholm, Viena si Brno.

Oana lucrează  adesea cu comunități de tineri și antreprenori în mai multe rețele: the Entrepreneurship Academy, AIESEC, Universitatea Alternativă, Impact Hub, Arcub, Fundațiile Comunitare, etc. pentru a crea și a dezvolta soluții inovative și organizații de impact. 

Oana deține o diplomă în Comunicare de la Universitatea București și a urmat un stagiu de pregătire în incluziune socială și politici publice în Statele Unite în 2014 ca bursier German Marshall Fund și în Italia ca bursier Aspen Institute Italia.

A fost inclusă, de către Foreign Policy Romania în lista celor 101 de oameni care schimbă România, Marshall Memorial Fellow și Aspen Romania Fellow. Oana este și Global Shaper al World Economic Forum, coordonând între 2014 și 2015 Hub-ul din București al acestei organizații. 

New Global Shapers with Bucharest Hub

A new generation of Global Shaper candidates has been admitted in the Bucharest Hub of the Global Shapers Community. These are outstanding young professionals that work to create impact in a variety of environments: entrepreneurship, sports, education, technology, innovation, public office or the corporate world. The new 9 Shapers join the Bucharest community of Shapers and a Global Community of almost 6000 members in over 450 cities committed to improving the state of the world, under the World Economic Forum umbrella.

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Alin Apostu

Project Manager, Romanian Business Leaders

Entrepreneur enthusiast, passionate about building programs, connecting people and doing stuff. I am the co-founder of a start-up which organizes treasure hunts for both B2B and B2C, I coordinate a project on entrepreneurial education within the Romanian Business Leaders Foundation, organize Startup Weekend Bucharest and different other endeavour with regards to entrepreneurship and start-up ecosystem.

Octavia Bors

Founder, EDUmix

Octavia Borș has graduated Sociology at Babeș Bolyai University and started working in the educational field in 2011. She began by providing training and mentorship for teachers leading community service learning projects, as part of New Horizons Foundation (NHF). She continued as a Program Director for the IMPACT educational program (running in over 100 schools in Romania) and International Trainer on experiential education (Nicaragua, Germany, Armenia etc.). With time her interest switched from nonformal to formal education (public policy, teacher training, school management). Curently, as an Advocacy Officer for NHF, she is collaborating with the Ministry of Education on improving the legal frame of Școala Altfel. Also, on behalf of the Coalition for Education, she is coordinating a public consultation on initial teacher training. Early, she has founded EDUmix a social start-up envisioned to grow steadly and contribute to bridging and developing policies & school leadership.

Alina Burlacu

Experiantal Learning Designer, Centre for Academic Excellence

Alina Burlacu is an experiential learning designer with more than 6 years of experience in international educational projects addressing topics like: entrepreneurship, human rights, and intercultural dialogue. She also has more than 8 years of experience in the NGO field both as volunteer and employee and her biggest achievements were the projects she implemented for vulnerable groups such as youth coming from foster houses and people with disabilities. Alina also worked as an Associate trainer for the Institute of Strategic Communication in Paris and The Alternative University in Romania where she designed and delivered experiential trainings on topics like Women and Children’s Rights, Leadership and Experiential Learning Design. She also writes and implements projects as a freelance trainer under the framework of the Erasmus+ Program. Alina has bachelor degrees in Political Science and European Administration and master degrees in the field of European Public Space and Analysis and Conflict Resolution.

Iulia Drajneanu

Advisor, Internal Affairs Department, Romanian Presidency

Iulia Drăjneanu is a young professional with various qualifications in the field of good governance. With significant experience as a civic activist, independent consultant for the implementation of anti-corruption internal programs and, not the least, as adviser for internal political affairs in a central institution of public administration, she has a comprehensive understanding of how both central and local public administration function and how their performance can be improved. Iulia holds a Bachelor’s degree in political science from the National School of Public Administration and Political Science, an MA from the same University and is currently working on her PhD dissertation studying social dialogue. She began her career as an intern in the non-governmental field back in 2010, starting with one of the most relevant anticorruption NGOs at that moment, was a coordinator and contributor to the report of the Constitutional Forum in 2013, and went on to consolidate her competences as an anticorruption independent trainer and consultant and expanding her horizon to include matters such as social inclusion, ethics and compliance and advocacy. Her personal objective is to determine as many as possible to take responsibility for their professional and social duties in the organizations they represent and for their contribution to developing a highly ethical professional environment, both in the public and the private sector.

Diana Morea

Business Incubation Manager, The Alternative University

Diana is part of the Alternative University team where she has the role of Business Incubation Manager in which she develops educational programs to support youth in entrepreneurial activities. She is also involved in construction of an entrepreneurial development methodology within the European research project Yincubate. In the past Diana coordinated EX Amsterdam, the pilot project of the Entrepreneurship Academy, the first entrepreneurship faculty in Romania, she was the Business Club manager of VIP and was part of the team that organised the Good to Go start-ups academy.

Diana Pirciu

Brand and Marketing Specialist, Romanian Football Federation

Enthusiasm and passion for making a positive impact in the society is what defines me the most. Having a bachelor degree in Communication and Sports Marketing helps me perform at my best at the Romanian Football Federation. Working in a field such as marketing and events allows me to use creativity, positivity and hard work into something with international impact. I am also interested in education and how sport can help kids learn more effective and makes every lesson more attractive. I played tennis for 14 years and I actually had a tennis scholarship for 4 years in Louisiana. I am now a tennis coach for kids and in the process of implementing a program called “PLAY and Tennis” for kids aged 4-10.  I am a team player in everything I do and I consider that together always makes us stronger. Global Shapers will have a positive and powerful impact in my life and I consider being a part of this great community will help me and the others improve in each area of life.

Raluca Simbotin

Chieff of Staff, State Secretary, Ministry for Public Consultation and Civic Dialogue

Chief of Staff at Ministry for Public Consultation and Civic Dialogue of the State Secretary since February 2016, Raluca Sîmbotin is a public policy analyst with expertise in Transatlantic Relations, Governance, Democratization, NGO Development & Advocacy. Before her nomination in the Government, she was an advocacy manager of the Civil Society Development Foundation, the most significant resource center for NGOs in Romania. She has 5 years of management experience and her main responsibilities included coordinating advocacy and information campaigns, writing project proposals, elaborating legal analysis. She is also involved in developing projects that aim to support cross-border cooperation within the Black Sea Region (Black Sea NGO Forum, Black Sea NGO Fellowship). Mrs Simbotin is alumni of the The Rule of Law Program South East Europe of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Board Member of Lider Just Association. She holds a B.A. in Law from the University of Bucharest and a M.A. in International Relations and European Integration from the National School of Political and Administrative Studies Bucharest.

Horatiu Ticau

Managing Director, Seedstars Academy

I’m currently the Managing Director for Seedstars Academy (Global), an entrepreneurship education program focused on finding and training young people to build companies in emerging markets. My main responsibility is developing the content of the program, managing the local teams and setting up the academy in different locations, from Nigeria, to South Africa and other key markets in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In Romania, I have been part of developing various projects related to entrepreneurship development, such as the business incubator of the Alternative University and RICAP, the first tech accelerator based in Bucharest. I’m also a proud board member of the Entrepreneurship Academy, the first entrepreneurship university in Romania. Ping me on any conversations related to entrepreneurship education, social innovation or emerging markets.  

David Timis

Project Manager, Google Romania

David Timis is one of the two Youth Delegates who represented Romania at the United Nations for the 70th session of the General Assembly and the 54th Commission on Social Development. David studied Business Administration and Management at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom, and European Management at EM Strasbourg in France. He also had the opportunity to receive two consecutive study scholarships in India and China. David was fortunate enough to work and/or volunteer in more than 8 countries from 2 different continents. He was involved with organizations from various fields, from NGOs such as AIESEC, LSRS and Rotaract, to intergovernmental organizations such as the Council of Europe. Last year, he worked in the FMCG industry, first with Mars in the UK, and then with L’Oréal in Romania. Currently he is a Project Manager at Google Romania.

 

Bucharest Shaper Vlad Voiculescu, new Romanian Health Minister

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The Health Minister proposal of PM Dacian Cioloș has been accepted by President Klaus Iohannis. We are proud to present you a founding member of the Global Shapers Bucharest Hub, the new Romanian Health Minister, Vlad Voiculescu.

For the past year, Vlad has worked as Cabinet Director of Finance Minister Anca Dragu. Before that, he lived for 14 years in Vienna, where he obtained B.A. and M.A. degrees from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, currently having over 10 years experience in the financial domain.

Throughout time, he was involved in several social projects in the health domain, the best-known being the cancer-treatment drugs’ network that saw volunteers transporting to Romania, free of charge, essential drugs in the treatment of cancer, drugs that were no longer available in Romanian hospitals and pharmacies. The project was revealed by a HotNews investigation that formed the basis of an HBO documentary – ‘Reteaua.’

Likewise, Vlad Voiculescu was previously Vice President of Erste Group Bank AG’s Infrastructure Financing Division, and is the initiator of MagiCAMP. Since June 2013, he has been Vice President and Treasurer of the European Cancer Patient Coalition. He is an Aspen Romania Fellow of the 2012 class and a founding member of the Global Shapers Bucharest Hub.

 

Source: http://www.nineoclock.ro/vlad-voiculescu-favoured-by-pm-ciolos-for-health-minister-office/