Ana Damaschin – Communication and International Relations Specialist

  • Associate Professor of Cultural Intelligence, at Nagaoka University of Technology (NUT), Nagaoka, Niigata (Japan)
  • Senior Researcher at The Nagaoka Review, Nagaoka, Niigata (Japan)
  • Multicultural Ambassador for Multicultural Business Institute
  • Senior Researcher at Multicultural Business Institute
  • Cultural Intelligence Executive Consultant at Japan Creative Enterprise (JCE), Tokyo (Japan)
  • Senior Researcher and Specialist in Communication and International Relations at the Institute for Human and Community Development, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
  • D. Candidate in Internationa Relations and European Studies, “Babeș-Bolyai” University, “European Paradigm” Doctoral School, Faculty of European Studies, Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Thesis Title: “Multinational corporations in contemporary international negotiations”
  • Specialized in International and European Management and Negotiations based on a Master’s degree program developed with “Babeș-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of European Studies, Cluj-Napoca
  • Specialized in law based on a Bachelor’s degree in European and international law program developed with the “Nicolae Titulescu” University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law, Bucharest
  • Certificate in Cultural Intelligence (Level 1) through a Cultural Intelligence Certification (CQ) program accredited by the Cultural Intelligence Center, U.S.A.
  • A former intern in the Administration of the President of the Republic of Moldova, Department of Foreign Relations and Communication, Protocol and Communication Section, Chisinau (Republic of Moldova)
  • A former collaborator of the Institute for Public Order Studies, Bucharest (Romania)
  • Ex-intern NTT DATA Romania, Cluj-Napoca (Romania) for the implementation of projects with multicultural profile
  • proficient in 4 international languages: English, French, Russian, Japanese
  • author or co-author of 3 books with academic status level CNCS + A2, 10 BDI / ISI articles and three book reviews published (or under publication).

 A. Book reviews

  1. Ana Damaschin (2019), Deepak MALHOTRA, “Negotiating the Impossible, How to Break Deadlocks and Resolve Ugly Conflicts (without Money or Muscle)”, Harvard Business School, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2016, 212 p, “George Barițiu” Institute of History Yearbook, Series Historica, No. LVIII, 319-320
  2. Ana Damaschin (2019), Mihaela Gabriela BELU, Negocierea în context intercultural”, București, Edit. Pro Universitaria, 2017, 115 p, “George Barițiu” Institute of History Yearbook, Series Historica, No. LVIII, 320-321
  3. Ana Damaschin (2018), Jean Muhire, “Multilateral corporations repression,” Munich, BookRix, 2017, ISBN: 978-3-7438-4363-9, The Annals of University of Oradea, International Relations and European Studies Series, TOM X, 233- 235.

B. BDI publications

  1. Ana Damaschin (2019) “The essential role of intercultural dialogue in social cohesion, equality promotion, reconciliation between peoples and peace among nations” in  Barth Karla Melinda; Brie Mircea; Darabeanu Dragoș; Polgar, Istvan (Eds.), “The role of Intercultural Communication in Adapting Ethnic Groups to the European Union Social Space”, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, pp.37-54, Oradea
  2. Ana Damaschin; Cristian Vlad; Fumiaki Tajiri; Hiroaki Kaneko; Keita Sugiyama (2020) “Transforming Data, Talent and Communications into Impact at Sheraton Okinawa Sunmarina Resort” The Annals of University of Oradea, International Relations and European Studies Series, TOM XII, Oradea
  3. Ana Damaschin; Melania-Gabriela Ciot (2020), From Normative to Idiosyncratic – Negotiation and Leadership in the European Union”, Romanian Journal of European Affairs (RJEA), European Institute of Romania, 20 (1), pp.60-73, Bucharest
  4. Ana Damaschin; Cristian Vlad; Fumiaki Tajiri; Hiroaki Kaneko, (2019) “Installing a Culture of Innovation through Orchestrated Communications and Cognitive Talent Operations (NTT Communications Case Study), The Annals of University of Oradea, International Relations and European Studies Series, TOM XI, p.129-138, Oradea
  5.  Ana Damaschin; Cristian Vlad; Fumiaki Tajiri; Michelle Lim, James Chua (2019) Cultural Intelligence (CQ): From New Idea to Conceptual Model. What is it, and why is it a crucial factor in today’s intercultural business negotiations?, The Annals of University of Oradea, International Relations and European Studies Series, TOM XI,121-128, Oradea
  6. Ana Damaschin; Cristian Vlad; Fumiaki Tajiri;Tudor Tomoș, Anne Stenros (2019), Engineering Communications and Cultural Symbols for Corporate Rebranding – A Case Study on the Development of the “MetLife Way” in Japan”, Studia Universitatis Babeș-Bolyai Negotia, 64(LXIV)/4, 27-49. DOI:10.24193/subbnegotia.2019.4.02, Cluj-Napoca
  7. Ana Damaschin; Cristian Vlad; Fumiaki Tajiri;Kurtz Law (2019), “Activating Symbols when creating culture-the development and dissemination of “ASUKA Pride” and NYK Cruise CO. LTD in Japan ”, Romanian Economic and Business Review, 14 (3), pp. 19-28, Bucharest.

C. International conferences

  1. International Conference – The role of intercultural communication in adapting ethnic groups to the European Union social space, 4-5 April 2019, Oradea (Romania) with the paper “The essential role of intercultural dialogue in social cohesion, equality promotion, reconciliation between peoples and peace among nations”
  2. Ana Damaschin, Cristian Vlad, Fumiaki Tajiri, International conference PR Trend. It’s about platform, 20-21 th September 2019, FSPAC, Cluj-Napoca (Romania), with the paper “Scaling Culture and Revamping International Communications at Ambika Trading Company in Japan”
  3. Ana Damaschin; Cristian Vlad; Fumiak Tajiri; Keita Sugiyama; Toru Takahashi, International Conference Desintegration and Integration in East-Central Europe, 2nd Special Edition- The Current Relevance of Regional Cooperation, 28-29 November 2019, FSE, Cluj-Napoca (Romania), with the paper “Engeneering Digital Technology and Cultural Intelligence at OSG Europe”.

 

Management


Dana Coza
Alexandra
Alexandra Năstăsoiu

Dana-Maria Coza

Alexandra Cotae

Ioana-Alexandra Năstăsoiu

Ana Damaschin

Ana Damaschin

Ioana Șomâtcă - management

Ioana Șomâtcă

Oana Negoiță

Oana-Elena Hopîrtean-Negoiță

Marcela Domide-

Marcela Domide

Aurelian Burcu

Aurelian Burcu