Codru Vrabie is a trainer and consultant in the field of public administration and public service reform from Romania. He's been involved with anti-corruption reforms in Romania for more than 10 years, and contributed, in various capacities, to the design or adoption of Romania's 4 consecutive anti-corruption Strategies. During 2007-12, Codru served 2 mandates as civil society representative on the National Integrity Council; in 2012, he assisted the Ministry of Administration and Interior with a Diagnostic Survey of Corruption in Local Government, and the Ministry of Justice with Romania's self-assessment on UNCAC conformity. He also serves on the Steering Committee at FOI Advocates Network. Codru has been involved with Romanian civil society for almost 15 years, and currently chairs the Association EPAS. His latest project is the Bribe Market, recently recognised for it's innovative approach against petty corruption. He also has international experience in non-profit and public management, administrative capacity and institution building, strategic development and transposing provisions of EU regulations. In addition, Codru has professional training certificates in advocacy and training of trainers. Over the past 10 years, he had trained hundreds of civil servants, journalists and civic activists. Codru's education spans a BA in Political Science from the American University in Bulgaria, a BLL in General Theory of Law from the Titu Maiorescu University, an MA in European Public Affairs from Maastricht University, and an MA in Public Administration from Bucharest University. Aside from his native Romanian, he speaks fluent English, understands French, converses in Bulgarian and has a smattering of other European languages.