Corina Murafa is a Romanian young professional who has just obtained a Master in Public Policy degree from Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, with merit scholarships from various foundations. She was also a research assistant with the school, in EU policies and democratic governance, and has been writing articles on crosscutting global challenges for the Futurechallenges.org platform of the Bertelsmann Foundation. As a fellow of the Studienkolleg zu Berlin, she was member in an international and transdisciplinary team doing a year-long research project on social and economic consequences of climate change in the Arctic Region. Corina holds recent work experience in the Energy and Environment Section of the United Nations Development Programme, in public sector and EU funds consulting for Deloitte and as a consultant for the largest energy company in SE Europe (OMV Petrom). She has a BA in Politics from Bucharest University, and spent her junior year as an Open Society Institute fellow at New York University. Though holding experience in the private sector, she is deeply committed to Romanian civil society, to which she contributes actively. As a founder of ORICUM Association, Corina completed projects in social entrepreneurship, youth participation, education, creative industries. Currently, she advises on the human rights education projects of the association. Her interests include European affairs, energy and environment, public management, and social entrepreneurship.