During her studies she has participated in numerous international projects and gained her first professional experience at simultaneous translation. In 2013 she spent three months in Ukraine doing voluntary work at the Centre for European Initiatives. During her European Voluntary Service Natalia promoted the ideas of respecting human rights and conducted classes developing the leadership skills of school-age children. Currently, Natalia is gaining knowledge of Lithuanian and European Law at Vilnius University as she participates in the Erasmus+ program.
Aside from interests that are closely related to human rights, European Union law and functioning of local border control, Natalia is also an enthusiast of travelling and foreign languages.
Natalia decided to volunteer at the European Foundation of Human Rights as she would like to broaden her knowledge of Lithuanian Law and work in an international community. Moreover, Natalia hopes to develop her communications skills in Russian and Lithuanian which would make it possible for her to find an interesting job and develop her skills.