Has been a doctor in law since February 2020. She also holds a master’s in public law from the Université libre de Bruxelles and a master’s in European law. After completing her PhD, she was a post-doctoral researcher at the Equality Law Clinic and at the Refugee Law Clinic at the ULB. She has been in charge of the National Funds for Belgian Scientific Research (since October 2021), and a post-doctoral researcher at the HEC Paris school as part of the European project “Respond to Emerging Dissensus: SuPranational
Instruments and Norms of European Liberal democracy”. Her research and academic journey has been rewarded with several awards: the Ganshof van der Meersch Award (2014); the Van Buuren-Demoulin-Jaumotte Award (2019); and the Alice Seghers Award (2021). Since May 2021, she has also been a member of the Council of Regency of the Belgian National Bank.