Klevisa helps support the Head of Health and Research Programmes in coordinating the organization’s varied projects and executes ECPC’s research activities, including both one-year industry-funded andmultiple-year EU funded projects. She participates in several European Union’s Research and Innovation framework programmes, helps maintain an overview of the projects’ progress and financial expenditures and ensures the dissemination of project-related work and the timely delivery of obligations and commitments.
Klevisa worked as EU Project Manager in Brussels and prior to that she was an Event Manager and Marketing Support in Madrid. Klevisa studied Law at the University of Bologna and finalized her Master in International Business in Madrid. She attended also a summer course in Policy Advisory and Proejct Consultancy in Brussels.
It has always been a very important cause to me and it has become even more after my father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
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find partners sharing the same vision, values and goals to work together on projects
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