Jana Grajcarová studied public policy at the Central European University in Budapest, specializing in higher education and equal opportunities. After graduation she was awarded a fellowship at the US Congress in Washington, D.C., where she participated in site visits and seminars with leading experts, activists and policymakers. She completed a six-month internship at the European Commission, Directorate General for Education and Culture, where she conducted research on intercultural competences.
At the Roma Education Fund in Budapest, Jana was in charge of the Bulgarian project portfolio and was responsible for the analysis and evaluation of projects supporting the education of marginalized groups in Bulgaria. Jana also worked as a teacher at a secondary school in Slovakia, and participated as a volunteer in several non-profit organizations in Slovakia and abroad.
Jana works for the "Learning Makes Sense" project at MESA10 as a senior researcher in the field of higher education and research conducted at higher education institutions.