Cătălina Ceban holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Warsaw in the field of International Relations. She currently follows a Master’s degree program in Security and Strategic Studies at the University of Warsaw being connected with this topic by participating in different events as the CyberSec Forum, the Warsaw Security Forum, and activating as a member of the Women in International Security network. Recently she started to activate as a senior officer at the Moldovan National Focal Point Europol. Out of the security field, she is also very interested in the EU as a concept. This can be proved by her activity as Vice President for the Bringing Europeans Together Association in Poland, founder and Vice President for the students’ society named “My dla Europy”.
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