As a project manager at the e School of International Futures, Darja Vrščaj has a portfolio of successfully managed projects, verifying team and budget sizes. She has managed foresight projects for many clients, including IDRC, Impact on Urban Health, the UK’s Infrastructure and Projects Authority, and WHO Mongolia.
As a researcher, she utilizes her knowledge gained through more than seven years of experience in interdisciplinary research in Science and Technology Studies, Responsible Research and Innovation, Foresight, and Sustainability Transitions. She obtained a doctorate in ‘User Involvement in the Smart Mobility Transition in the Netherlands’ at the Eindhoven University of Technology. The PhD thesis has been a part of a broader research program aiming to research the transition from automobility to intelligent mobility in The Netherlands, co-funded by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. Darja previously worked as a foresight researcher at the OECD, Science, Directorate for Technology and Innovation.
As a technical lead at the intergenerational fairness observatory, Darja is responsible for delivering training sessions on the intergenerational fairness policy assessment framework and community-building sessions. She also supports the delivery of projects on the topic of intergenerational fairness. Recent examples include developing a policy assessment framework for Social Mobility Commission and hosting a dialogue to explore ‘How can new or renewed institutions enable intergenerationally fair transitions?’
Project Manager, Researcher, and Technical Lead at the Intergenerational Fairness Observatory