Ciprian Ciucu, member of the Board of the Romanian European Policies Centre, is the M10 party’s nomination for the Bucharest City Hall.
Ciprian Ciucu is director of programmes and member of the Board of the Romanian European Policies Centre (CRPE) he founded with Cristian Ghinea. According to the CRPE website, he has rich experience in the non-profit sector, having worked for known organizations such as the “Foundation for the Development of Civil Society” and “Education 2000+ Centre (Soros Open Network).”
Ciucu offered consultancy to various agencies and ministries in Romania, Republic of Moldova and Georgia, as part of several technical assistance projects (World Bank, European Commission, USAID, DfID, Unicef, Matra).
From 2007 to 2013, he was a visiting lecturer at the University of Bucharest, where he taught a project management course within the Faculty of Letters’ European Studies Department.
In February 2015, Ciuc was elected head of the National Integrity Council (CNI), the institution that the National Integrity Agency is subordinated to, after he received backing from several civil society organizations in order to become a member of CNI.