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Dr. Cristina Dragomir
European Center of Social Responsability (ECSR) Vice Chairman

     Dr. Cristina Dragomir is a distinguished, eminent and statesmen of integrity and respect, lecturer and scientific researcher, having a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, a PhD in Human Resources Management and Leadership, a MSc in Maritime Port Management, a BSc degree in Navigation, BSc in Port Engineering and BSc in International Business. She is the Honorary Fellows of Signapore Royal Institution (HFRI). She is a woman with philanthropic contributions to society and with proven outstanding track records namely.

     She is one of the top leaders in the global maritime industry being a researcher of Maritime Fair Trade and the Project Manager of the GECAMET transnational initiative. She has transformed the academic research “Gender Equality and Cultural Awareness in Maritime Education and Training” (GECAMET), funded by the International Association of Maritime Universities and the Nippon Foundation, in a global social responsible action. GECAMET endeavour is to identify effective solutions to the gender inequalities in maritime transport. Together with her team of multicultural diverse researchers from 9 countries across the globe, Ms. Dragomir involved in demanding for gender research and updating the International Labour Organisation (ILO)’s international legislation Maritime Labour Convention by updating it with gender requirements needed by women seafarers.

     Dr. Dragomir is recipient of international, national and local outstanding awards and recognitions namely: AMFUF 2017 prize in research and for several years the 1st Prize and Diplomas of Excellence at scientific conferences organized by the academic community.

     Some of her prestigious professional, scientific and civic organizations and include: developing STEAM projects for youth; the global campaign GECAMET of awareness on women careers in maritime sector; national and international campaign GECAMET of awareness on inequalities, poverty and lack of education; participation at academic and scientific projects aiming the development of human resources and their career paths.