Ana Moura has 12 years of communication experience, both as a journalist and as a communication manager, having helped to disseminate hundreds of stories. She worked as a journalist and editor at Rádio Clube and M80 for almost three years and then she joined a research centre, CITAB at the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, where she created and developed its communication department. Then, in 2016, she became the head of communications at the international partnership between the Portuguese Government and Carnegie Mellon University, the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program at INESC TEC. Later, she worked at COTEC Portugal as the Communications Manager, and at Essência do Vinho as a Press Officer, where she was involved in communicating the Climate Change Leadership Porto Summit 2018, with keynote speaker Barack Obama, among other projects. Ana is an Alumna of the University of Porto: she has a Degree in Communication Sciences and a Master’s in History, International Relations and Cooperation. She also studied at the University of La Sapienza in Rome, where she did one-semester exchange. Whether that’s for business or for pleasure, what she really can’t give up is her internet connection. You might find her on social media, doing yoga classes, looking up healthy or not-so-healthy recipes, or researching restaurants, the weather forecast at the beach, any Mediterranean travel and food guide, or her screen time report, because #liveoutsidethescreen.