Béatrice Gorremans is a Research Analyst at VVA Brussels.
Her professional and academic careers have provided her with knowledge in European decision-making process, legislation and institutions, as well as expertise in the areas of research, innovation, health and pharma.
Before joining VVA, she worked at Shungham, a regulatory and legislative monitoring company, where she developed the Health & Pharma sector in the EU Issue Tracker database and worked on stakeholder’s projects. Prior to that, she was a Schuman Trainee at the European Parliament’s Liaison Office in Belgium (DG COMM) where she has been involved in media-analysis around EP activities as well as educational programs and the communication strategy around the 2019 European Elections.
Béatrice holds a Bachelor in Political Science, Saint-Louis University in Brussels. She also holds an Master in European Studies, with a specialization in European Governance and societies, from the Institute for European Studies -UCL, Belgium.
Béatrice is a native speaker in French and Dutch and is fluent in English. She has an elementary knowledge of Italian and German.