Project manager, grant manager and lecturer
Andrea Lelovics, founder of DCI s.r.o., has been planning and managing international projects for 18 years. She has fundraising and project management experience in several European and other international programs, such as Horizon 2020, 7th Framework Programme,Slovakia - Austria Cross-Border Cooperation Program 2007-2013, Grundtvig Multilateral Projects 2000-2006, Lifelong Learning Programme - Leonardo Da Vinci 2007-2013, South East Europe Programme 2007-2013, Europe for Citizens Programme / Town Twinning, International Visegrad Fund, and some non-EU foundations, such as the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, etc.
She is also an experienced lecturer and trainer in project management and grant management, as well as in managing intercultural and virtual teams.
Prior to funding DCI, Andrea worked for Forum Institute, a south Slovakian consortium of nonprofit organisations active in the fields of research of minorities, NGO capacity building, and regional development. In 1999-2000 she coordinated the national EU pre-accession Phare projects for minorities at the Government Office of the Slovak Republic.
She holds an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the WU Executive Academy in Vienna and an MA in international relations from the University of Economics in Bratislava.
Her working languages are English, German, Slovak and Hungarian.