- THE PERSON
She is the President
of the WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF ROMANIA and the initiator of the
Democratic Movement of Women of ROMANIA. She is also the
vice-president of the Alliance for Peace ROMANIA.
Born in SIBIU on January 8,1945 Father - PhD in Law, Mother -
Teacher Educated in the spirit of the Christian Orthodox
Graduated the High-school "Iulia Hasdeu" from Bucharest.
Studies: Foreign Languages Faculty (Slavic languages-3
years)University of Music (Iasi, Bucharest) Specialisation in
Germany - Weimar Higher Institute - and Austria, the Music
Academy in Vienna.
Training: after 1989, becomes "Trainer of Trainers" for the
civil society, following courses attended at Casey University
USA in Bucharest.Obtains the diploma of business manager
following the exam taken at the Chamber of Commerce and Business
in Vienna (Austria). Graduates the course "Development of the
civil society - relation with mass media", in Haifa (Israel).
- THE ARTIST
- she was a prime-soloist of opera and ballet theatres in
Brasov, Bucharest and Vienna.. She was soloist in concerts of
the Philharmonic orchestras in the country and in Brucknerhaus
Linz (Austria).She was frequently invited in radio and TV shows
in Romanian and German and elaborated 2 LPs and two cassettes
with the most beautiful pieces interpreted on stage, in concerts
or radio/TV shows.
As a continuation of her artistic profession, after 1989 she
sets the bases of the first musical theatre "Alhambra" as a
modern reply to music-hall and establishes an agency for
artistic management in the Alhambra Star company, attempting, in
her quality of manager and owner, to reinvigorate the musical
artistic act through a private initiative.
Publishes the culture and art magazine "Alhambra Star"
- THE CIVIC MILITANT
She was one of the active participants to the Revolution in
December 1989, fact attested by the diploma of participant with
special merits.She is the initiator of the Democratic Movement
of Women from Romania, organising the Democratic Front of Women
(a post-revolution temporary entity). On December 28, 1989,
through a TV appeal, she had mobilised women in the country to
destroy the old communist forms of the women movement and to
unify their forces for a new historical period of Romania.
In the year 2000, she celebrated 10 years of involvement in the
civil society fight for an appropriate status of women in
Along time, she had the following positions:
1992-1996 - Counsellor in the National Committee for UNICEF
1994-1996 - President of the Business Women Club 1
995-1997 - Counsellor in the National Centre for Consumer
1998 - Vice-president of the Alliance for Peace Romania
1997-1999 - National Coordinator of the Central and Eastern
European Network "KARAT Coalition for Regional Action"
1999 - invited to join the board of the American Biographic
2000 - Vice-president of the Association of Women-Managers
In her quality of leader and initiator of the movement, she
participated to various congresses, conferences, symposiums,
organised in the country and abroad.:
- in 1995 she participated to the 4th World Conference and Forum
of Women in Beijing, monitoring the implementation of the
Platform for Action in Romania
- in 1996 she signed, in the name of Romanian women, the
Cooperation Protocol with Eurasian countries women, in Ankara.
She participated to the local elections in 1996 as a
counter-candidate for 43 men in the run for General Mayor of
Bucharest.She ran (first on the list) for the Chamber of
Deputies, with a political party that did not have sufficient
force to enter Parliament.
Her activity is internationally recognised through her inclusion
in "The World Who 's Who for Women" published by the
''International Biographical Centre'' Cambridge England (1996).
In 1998 she is nominated by the "American Biographical
Institute" for her entire activity as "WOMEN of the YEAR 1998".
In 1999 the Rochester New-York project
"The 100 females heroes of the world"
awards her as one of the 100 female activists for woman's
rights in the whole world.