Despite her recent arrival on the PR horizon, Anca Andrei is a highly motivated individual, who constantly strives to develop her professional abilities. Currently in her last year of studying Public Relations & Communication for her BA degree, she believes that, when it comes to learning, nothing compares with hands-on work experience. Thus, she actively seeks to participate in as many projects as possible, having so far worked within several established global PR agencies, something which has helped confirm the fact that this is the career choice for her.
With a knack for language studies, a wide open mind, and a keen interest in learning everything about everything, her favourite activities include travelling and trying almost any type of new experience. She is also somewhat skilled at pencil drawing, which is one of her main hobbies.
Describing herself as a cynical dreamer, her views on ethics are seen as idealistic by some and pragmatic by others. A firm believer in the middle ground approach, she chooses to think that there is no infallible universal definition of what is ethical, but rather that each scenario is unique and should be treated separately.
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A full time Public Relations and Communication Student, Daniela Pietrosanu is a social media addict with a passion for music and word play. Although having only decided to study Public Relations and Communication a few years ago, she has already gathered experience within the fields of marketing, public relations and advertising working within PR agencies, in-house or helping charities and non-for-profits organisations. A multi-tasker by nature and internet fanatic, she is a thorough and resourceful researcher who knows the importance of strong media relations.
Born in Romania after the fall of communism she formed her beliefs in what she calls “a country in a state of permanent transition”. Observer of the world and strong admirer of Jean Baudrillard’s ideas, when it comes to ethics, Daniela is a strong believer in the phrase “Live and let live”.