Gilda Hernandez-Maskiver, doctor in Tourism Management, Mentor at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Gilda has much experience in event organisation in the tourism and leisure sector and will be one of the URV trainers on the I-SICS project
Eszter Bogdány is an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Management at the University of Pannonia, she has a PhD in Management. Her main fields of interest includes general management, social responsibility and human resource management and she will be one of the trainers during the local competition of I-SICS.
Krisztina Erdős is the Project Manager of Europa Consortium Regional Development Non-profit Ltd. She has a strategic thinking and the ability to break down strategy to corresponding actions which – coupled with her 6 years experience in teaching project planning to graduated project management students – allows her to mentoring trainees and also act as external advisor of diploma theses.
Nóra Rodek Berkes is a lecturer at University of Pannonia Nagykanizsa Campus and a PhD candidate in the field of Management and Business Administration. Her research areas include general management, corporate social responsibility, sustainable development and social responsibility at local and regional level. She is one of the mentors of Europa Consortium during the regional competition of I-SICS.
Katalin Turcsányi is a lecturer at the Zalaegerszeg Training Centre of the University of Pécs, Faculty of Health. She is strongly committed to the fight for the creation of equal opportunities and the abolition of exclusion. Her fields of interest include the economic and societal aspects of social employment, treatment of working relationships requiring empathy, evolvement of corporate social responsibility. She will be one of the mentors of Europa Consortium.
Doriana Chicu has an International PhD in Economics and Business Administration and the Master in Business Administration at the same University, and a bachelor`s degree in Economics at Academia de Studii Economice of Moldova. She is a member of the FHOM research group and has completed research periods at the Kemmy Business School, Limerick, Ireland and London School of Economics, London, UK.
Jaroslav has strong experience in developing IT solutions as he has worked for more than 15 years in VSS – Východoslovenské strojárne as head of IT. He holds PhD. from University of Economics where he teaches subjects related to Innovation management.
Štefan has background from STU in Bratislava – Faculty of mechanical engineering. After almost two years of experience from EMC2 Corp. in Ireland he joined University of Economics as PhD. candidate. He finished his dissertation thesis with topic Innovation activity as factor of competitiveness in 2013. He is very interested in social innovation and has more than 6 years of experience with innovation support and consulting activities.