Dr. Alina Mareci is a doctor in Geography with expertise spanning for over 10 years. Her research and teaching interest focus on health geography and her publishing activity cover topics such as vulnerable population groups, health population, and mental health studies, reinforced by participation at international programs such as Visibility of Public Teaching and Research in South-East Europe. During her work at the Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest she has coordinated numerous students’ fieldworks and activates as secretary editor for Human Geographies – Journal of Studies and Research in Human Geography. She has a five-year experience of participating as trainer or group leader in trainings and youth exchanges using non-formal education under ERASMUS+ programs. These programs included KALEIDOSCOPE Youth work and innovative methods to work with young people, FR.O.M. – NFE Tools to Raise Awareness on Anti-Racism and Freedom of Movement, STAGED! Struggling Against Gender-based Discrimination through Youth Work in EU and Asia, BABEL: desarrollo de técnicas educativas innovadoras para la difusión del patrimonio literario y oral. In 2019 she worked as a GIS expert within the Romania: Technical Support to Romania in Analysing and Addressing the Challenges in Meeting the UWWTD requirements program, implemented by the World Bank Group.