Ana Silva graduated from the LLM in International Law and Law of the International Organizations of the University of Groningen in 2014 and has since been working on EU affairs. Before joining CEPS she worked for a consultancy company where she dealt with European funding applications (both grants and tenders), conducted research on EU policy and strategies and developed networking activities. Ana joined CEPS in 2016 as a project officer. At the Jobs & Skills Unit she is in charge of fundraising activities, preparation of tender and grant applications and project management. She also contributes to the research activities of the Jobs & Skills Unit in particular providing assistance on regulatory and legal concerns. She has been involved in projects related to youth unemployment, education and the platform economy. Currently, she is also the administrative coordinator of the EENEE – European Experts Network on Economics of Education. Ana speaks Portuguese (native), English, Spanish and French.