Crisis Research Centre has a new team member

In February, Elina Šatova, a new member of the Crisis Research Centre team, joined our team to work on our community-based capacity building project on civil defence, funded by the Estonian Ministry of the Interior through the Civil Society Foundation.

In the project, on which Elina has been working for some time as an analyst-interpreter, we are developing the civil defence capacities in the Kopli 93 community in Tallinn. We also recently asked Elina three questions:

Please introduce yourself in a few sentences by saying what you are doing and where you are studying?
My name is Elina and I have a Master’s degree in genetic engineering from Tallinn Technical University. I am currently continuing my studies at Aalto University in Finland, where I am focusing on digital health. Previously, I worked as a research assistant, where I gained experience in different research projects.
What exactly will you do at the Crisis Research Centre?

My role at the Crisis Research Centre includes being an analyst and translator. I am mainly involved in the analysis and translation of civil defence data into Russian and English for a project funded by the Civil Society Foundation at the Kopli 93 community centre, focusing on the Northern Tallinn area. My aim is to ensure that information needed for community-based population protection is available to different target groups in several languages.

What do you like to do in your free time?

In my free time, I enjoy an active lifestyle, often being outdoors with activities such as snowboarding, cycling and hiking. In addition, I enjoy analysing literature on health and sustainability and photography.

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