Anya is currently leading the communication and project management on EU Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) and European Open Science Cloud. She is also working Arctik’s business development.
Previously, Anya managed the communications, dissemination and advocacy of EU-funded projects SHERPA, NOVATERRA, Business4Change and EntreCompEdu for the European Business Summit Network.
Anya studied the intersection of migration and urban planning in her master’s degree in Social & Cultural Anthropology at the KU Leuven. Her most recent publication was on the Ethics of Smart Cities. Anya holds a BA degree in Humanistic Studies & Romance languages from McGill University in Montreal.