Welcome Diana!

Diana Weidlich joined EPF as a Project Assistant in July 2013. She holds a BSc in Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest and completed a Master’s degree in European Public Policy at the University College London.

Before coming to EPF, Diana was an intern at the Patients Association in the UK and at the European Commission working on programmes and major projects financed by Cohesion and Structural Funds.

EPF’s role at EPF will be to provide support to the Secretariat regarding the EPF Capacity Building Programme for patient organisations, the evaluation of EPF 2013 Work Plan, the EUPATI project and other projects.

More information about EPF governance and structure here.