Dorina holds a master’s degree in communication and is now finishing her PhD in behavior change and social norms. She has 15 years work experience in Western and Central Africa (Chad, Benin and Senegal), Eastern Europe (Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia) and Asia (Turkmenistan), being employed by UNICEF, WHO, UNDP to facilitate C4D strategic planning workshops. She was engaged in developing and implementing advocacy, communication and behavior change strategies on different topics, such as immunizations; hygiene, maternal, neonatal and child health; youth engagement; countering violence against children; confidence and peacebuilding; youth participation; inclusive education; promoting better parenting; promoting reproductive health etc. These strategies contained a detailed analysis and baseline data, which she gathered conducting opinion polls, focus groups, in-depth interviews. Dorina managed many participatory exercises for the development, operationalization and implementation of the strategies, having an extensive experience in analyzing quantitative and qualitative information, compiling conclusions and recommendations and drafting reports. Being specialized in strategic communication, she contributed to the development and implementation of C4D strategies, crisis communication, emergency communication, operational plans, monitoring and evaluation tools for C4D plans in many fields related to child health, child rights, child protection and child survival. Dorina has extensive experience in communication with stakeholders: government officials at various levels, donors, international organizations, media, NGOs.