Krisztina Fabian is a Senior Manager Business Development at adelphi. She is responsible for developing project proposals for national and international research programmes, bi-lateral and multi-lateral aid programmes, and for national and European environmental and climate action programmes. She also coordinates the entire bidding process at adelphi, beginning with the identification of relevant projects through to the agreement of the contract.
Krisztina has been working for more than ten years as an expert in cross-sectoral strategic planning processes, risk analyses, and monitoring and evaluation in project development. She is well-versed in working processes and institutional legal frameworks, especially with a view to legislative procedures in EU affairs, rights of participation for national parliaments, and administrative implementation. As a result of her work with and for European institutions and for the Hungarian government, Krisztina has solid expertise in developing, implementing, and leading EU programmes. During her time working for the Hungarian development agency, she contributed to the introduction of a system for results monitoring and quality assurance. She has also worked as a consultant in the private sector for technical help, on projects in social institutions such as education, institutional development, administrative reform, organisational development, and good governance.
As an experienced Business Development Manager, Krisztina is the co-author of numerous publications and has led trainings, workshops, and simulation exercises in the area of capacity building. She is also an expert in the Results Oriented Monitoring (ROM) System of the European Commission and is Capacity WORKS certified.
Krisztina holds a master’s degree in European Studies from the Zentrum für Staatswissenschaften und Staatspraxis (today: Europawissenschaften) in Berlin. During her studies, she placed an intensive focus on European foreign and development policy. She also holds a master’s degree in English studies with a minor in political science, and a bachelor’s degree in educational science from the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.