Diana Čop has been conducting policy research at Visionary Analytics since 2019. Throughout her career, Diana was involved in multiple projects in the domains of educational, social, labour market policies. Currently, her thematic focus is mostly oriented towards educational policies and their role in supporting labour market needs.
As a Junior Researcher at Visionary Analytics, Diana is involved in research and/or evaluation tasks. Her main role is focused on stages of data collection (surveys, interviews, document research) and data analysis (quantitative and qualitative). Diana also develops the final outputs, such as analytical reports and policy recommendations. Her portfolio includes working with clients such as the European Commission (DG RTD, DG EACEA, DG CONNECT), the European Parliament, Cedefop, EIGE, and multiple others.
- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, 2016-2020, Vilnius University, Institute of International Relations and Political Science (Lithuania).
- eXtended Reality: opportunities, success stories and challenges (health, education), DG CONNECT, 2021-2022.
- Blueprint “New Skills Agenda Steel”: Industry-driven Sustainable European Steel Skills Agenda and Strategy (ESSA), DG EACEA, 2019-2022.
- Support and incentives to learning and careers / Lot 2 – Financial and non-financial incentives to encourage provision of and participation in education and training, Cedefop, 2019-2021.