Welcome Teodora Serafimova

Florence School of Regulation Transport Area is excited to welcome a new Research Associate this January!


Teodora Serafimova, Research Associate

Teodora Serafimova

Before joining the FSR team as Research Associate in January 2019 Teodora Serafimova was employed by the environmental NGO Bellona in Brussels. Teodora was working on EU policies to promote the shift towards electric mobility in Europe. This has included EU legislation relating to the deployment of electric vehicle recharging infrastructure, green public procurement, and fuel economy standards.

Prior to that, Teodora has gained work experience in international organisations, including the European Commission’s DG Environment (Brussels) and the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat (UNFCCC, Bonn). Teodora holds a BSc in Environmental Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and has obtained a Master in Advanced International Studies at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna.

At FSR Transport, Teodora provides analytical and research support on transport regulation and network industry topics, and helps in coordinating events and liaising with partners.

 

THE FLORENCE SCHOOL OF REGULATION TRANSPORT AREA TEAM


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