She holds a Bachelor of Laws from “Lucian Blaga” University in Sibiu, Romania and an LLM (Human Rights) from Central European University in Budapest. Since 2009, Crina has worked with international and national NGOs in the field of human rights, including Roma rights. In 2011, she was a fellow at the Open Society Institute in Washington D.C. where she worked on issues related to criminal justice across the United States with particular relevance to Roma in the United States. Before joining the ERRC, Crina worked with a Hungarian NGO on the right to education of Roma children, where she coordinated the implementation of a regional project on the desegregation of Romani children in Europe. She is co-author of a handbook on tackling the segregation of Romani children in nurseries and primary schools.