Teresa supports the EUSG’s development as a community of inquiry, pursuing actionable solutions to the governance of the Anthropocene. Her work focuses on programme and project development, stakeholder relations and funding. Her interdisciplinary endeavour to identify structures capable of doing justice to the complexity of transnational governance and international order contributes to the Systemic Change Lab of the EUSG. With her publication on the factors that obstruct effective solutions for our global challenges and systemic risks, Teresa continues to commit to new perspectives on the future of global governance. Teresa gained expertise in governance, political communication and campaigning, public affairs, and project management from her work in parliament, CSO, consultancy and in media. She holds a BA in Communication and Media Studies and an MA in Political Science from Tel Aviv University.