Aleksandra Lazarevic is an MSc Management student at UCL School of Management.
She worked as a Marketing and Branding Consultant for SigmaRoc PLC, based in London. She earned her BA double-degree in International Sales and Marketing and International Business at International Business College Mitrovica/VIKO University of Applied Sciences Lithuania.
Aleksandra comes from Serbia, and she has been an active member of civil society for more than eight years. She has extensive national and international experience in human and social rights, gender equality, peacebuilding, peer mediation, advocacy, inter-ethical cooperation and education, leadership, marketing and PR, and many more. She is a certified educator and facilitator by WEBIN and an OSCE Dialogue Academy for Young Women 2020 alumna. She used to work on projects related to youth empowerment and engagement in decision-making processes, women’s empowerment, and Small and Medium enterprises development.
She stands against all forms of discrimination and is a human rights activist. She is goal-orientated, strives to get the best results, makes everyone feel appreciated and heard, and is open-minded. She was also part of two Erasmus + exchange programs in Denmark and Portugal. She aims to raise awareness of the importance of diversity within our environment and how we can cultivate, respect, and appreciate differences.
Aleksandra strongly aligns herself with Maya Angelou’s quote: “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.”