Orsolya Ráczová is the Deputy Director of the GLOBSEC Policy Institute, where she overseas policy development and programming in the areas of geopolitics, energy and energy security, innovation, sustainable development, foreign and security policy. Her current research focus is concentrated on foreign and security policy, geopolitics and non-conventional challenges.
Before joining GLOBSEC, she worked at various entities in the public and private sector, including the European Central Bank, the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, Global Risk Insights and Saatchi & Saatchi, specializing in the areas of international relations, risk analysis, policy analysis and engagement. She further conducted research and project work on migration, sustainable development and regional development.
Orsolya holds a double BA degree in International Business Relations from Oxford Brookes University and the International Business School Budapest, an MSc in Political Communication from the London School of Economics and Political Science and an MA in Non-Proliferation and International Security from King’s College London. Furthermore, as an exchange student she attended Harvard University and Mid Sweden University studying political science.