The founder

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Clara Latini has been working as an European Project Executive at the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Hungary. She is specialized in European Projects and International Relations between the Chamber and several Universities, NGOs, Companies. Furthermore, she is responsible as an HR Recruiter for future trainees.

Since 2015 she has been coordinating the promotion and the international agreements for the International Careers Festival in Rome for Germany and Hungary liaising with universities and NGOs. In the past, she has studied and worked in more than several countries such as Germany, Croatia, Serbia and Hungary. She is an expert about Migration, Democracy, Governance and Danube Region Countries.

She is the winner of several scholarships from:

  • Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia
  • Croatian Heritage Foundation
  • Europeum
  • European Commission
  • British Council and many others

She speaks Italian, English, German, French, B/C/S (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian) and she is learning Hungarian.


Global citizen

Italian Youth Delegate at the G20 Youth Dialogue

Student of the School of Policy, founded by Enrico Letta, former Italian Prime Minister

In 2017, she has finally launched the project Decision-Making Ideas. A platform where women could learn more about female rights, career opportunities, scholarships, funding for their activities and businesses and a place where they can discuss and bring new ideas together! She is glad to share all the information that she has learned thanks to her work as a European Project Executive at the Chamber since she deals mostly with European funding such as Horizon 2020, Erasmus+, COSME and share useful articles that might help other women. Furthermore, she organise several conferences such as the Decision-Making Roundtable with the CEO of Telenor Hungary, Alexandra Reich and Public speaking for young professionals with the Digital Leader from the World Economic Forum, Michele Orzan.

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