Ana Cornelia Bulai, Romania

Ana Cornelia Bulai

Ana Cornelia Bulai

Ana Bulai was in fifth grade when the accident in Chernobyl happened. While she and her school mates joked about the accident, her parents were, of course, more worried. Today, Professor Ana Bulai teaches at the University of Bucharest and shared her thoughts about nuclear energy with Marius Drasovean.

Ana Cornelia Bulai was born in 1973. She spent her childhood in Râmnicu Vâlcea where she lived with her family (her parents and her brother). She attended primary and secondary school and high-school in Râmnicu Vâlcea and she spent most of her holidays in Brezoi (the place where her grandparents lived), 30 km far away from Râmnicu Vâlcea on the Olt River.

She has a Ph.D in Sociology. Ana Bulai is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication at the Bucharest University and at the National School for Political Studies and Public Administration in Bucharest. She is also the general manager of the marketing research company AB Research Group. She is married and has one daughter.

At the time of the Chernobyl accident she lived in Râmnicu Vâlcea with her family. She was in the 5th grade. Her parents were professors of Chemistry and Physics (her mother) and Mathematics (her father).

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