She is an expert in promoting equal opportunities, combating gender-based violence and discrimination, she is senior advisor to the National Agency for Equal Opportunities between Women and Men. Professor at Pontifical Oriental Institute of Vatican, she has taught Gender Studies, Good Governance, Non-Discrimination, Cultural Violence and Conflict Transformation at: Wilmington College, Ohio, USA; Russian Presidential Academy for National Economy and Public Administration, St. Petersburg; University of Belgrade; RomaTre University; Lomonosov Moscow State University; Khazar University, Baku; University of Bucharest, Faculty of Political Science, European Center for Security Studies at George C.
Marshall in Germany. Her research at George C. Marshall focused on Human Security, Responsibility to Protect, and UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security. She is Vice President International Institute for Human Security, and Honorary President Womanity for All. She has also served as senior adviser to the National Council for Combating Discrimination. In 2016, as a fellow of the US State Department, she attended the Professional Fellows program, focused on community organization, and on her return, she dedicated herself to research in the field of modern slavery. In 2019, she received a scholarship from the US State Department to implement a unique project in the EU: “Mobile Museum of Modern Slavery”.
Her international accolades and awards include: “Woman of the Year for the Defense and Promotion of Women’s Rights” 2015, (Advantage Magazine Award), Award for International Promotion of Women’s Rights, “Mihai Eminescu” International Academy Award, 2018 edition, Award of Excellence and Recognition from the Egyptian Government (2020). Her Publications include Changing Dimensions of Human Security in Contemporary World”, Ed. Interdisciplinary Institute of Human Security & Governance, New Delhi, 2021, Gender Security and Global Politics”, WomanScape.com celebrated her by dedicating the January 2019 edition to her.