Livia has over eight years of experience of development work, focusing on fostering entrepreneurship, social and cultural entrepreneurship and innovation.
She was part of various organizations both for-profit and non-profit, in London and Bucharest, including the United Nations Development Program which she left before joining the Romanian Center for Innovation in Local Development, a young NGO.
Here, she coordinates RICAP – The Romanian Innovation Commercialization Assistance Program, alongside partners from Gea Strategy & Consulting and US-based Larta Institute.
Livia has a Masters degree from the London School of Economics and a BSc degree in Economics from the University of Reading. She is interested in driving innovation and creativity.