Aleksandra Hristova received her Master’s Degree from the Brussels School of International Studies – University of Kent, Belgium, where she studied International Law with International Conflict and Security. She holds a European Legal Studies Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Kent, England. As part of her undergraduate education she did a Law Year Abroad at Charles University, Czech Republic, under the Erasmus+ program.
Over the years, Aleksandra has done internships in different spheres of the public sector, including at the European Parliament in Brussels, the Representation of the European Commission in Sofia, the Bulgarian Diplomatic Institute and the Commission for Protection against Discrimination. In 2019, she took on a job as Programs and Projects Manager at The Atlantic Club of Bulgaria (ACB), where she also works on projects of the other organizations that are part of the Atlantic Digital Network (ADN) NGO cluster of the ACB, among which the Bulgarian Euro-Atlantic Youth Club (BEAYC), PanEuropa Bulgaria and Digital National Alliance (DNA).