Radovici Mihai Christopher Marian
MA, Junior Researcher
University of Westminster, London
Radovici Mihai Christopher Marian is a MA student at University of Westminster, London, in constant pursuit of personal evolution and community development. With a wide pool of interests, in often diverse subjects, he has managed to showcase his involvement in a wide range of activities.
In regards to his educational and professional path, Mr. Radovici has been quite a dedicated person. In 2016, he finished, as a valedictorian, courses of the “Petrache Trișcu” Sports High-School where, in his last years there, he practiced and refereed fencing. Afterwards, he enrolled in the bachelor’s program in International Relations and European Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences in his hometown. He jump-started his career with an internship at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the summer of 2017, followed by the Study of the U.S. Institutes for Student Leaders where he approached Social Entrepreneurship intensively at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, New York City and Washington DC. In the meantime, demonstrating a passion for writing since his teenage years, he has published 9 articles (apart from those written as a member of various organizations) and 3 books as an author and co-author.
As for his other activities there is a long list involving civic engagement, specialized trainings, self-development, preparatory courses, and social events. A brief mention includes: Youth’s Parliament (Hanns Seidel Foundation), Model European Union Iași, Simulation of the European Parliament/Romanian Parliament, National Forum of Students of Political Sciences and International Relations (CeSIP), Train the Coordinators (A.I.E.S.E.C. Romania), Digital Workshop (Google Romania), Young Ambassadors Forum (VIP Romania), Leadership 4 Juniors (Qvorum Institute), Authentic Leadership (Leaders Foundation), ECDL, Press Editorship – Radio, TV, National Conference „Student, Science Society”, Ethics in Business International Program (Junior Achievement), and Romanian Youth’s National Council ed. II (Aspen Institute). Also, he was a volunteer or member in different positions at the: Council of Students, National Alliance of Romanian Student’s Organizations, A.I.E.S.E.C., School of Values Association, Youth Center Craiova, Association of Today’s Generation, Edulife Association, Oltenia’s Museum of Natural Sciences, MCM Foundation, and the Special Olympic Foundation.
In recognition of his accomplishments, he has also received a number prizes in various competitions and contests. Of particular note is his nomination out of 100 Romanian participants as volunteer of the year 2014 in the social field at a County Gala, later becoming Advocate of Children’s Rights and Honorific Ambassador on the Equality of Chances of Women and Men; and his decoration in 2017 at the Elisabeta Palace as one of the few golden finalists of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Romania, its first generation of members.