Doina Gherman has served in the Moldovan Parliament since 2019, where she has championed efforts to promote women’s inclusion and protect survivors of domestic and gender-based violence. She is the Party of Action and Solidarity (PAS) deputy chair, head of the PAS Women’s Organization, chairs Parliament’s Foreign Policy and European Integration Commission, and previously served in Parliament’s Human Rights Commission. Before entering Parliament, she worked as an inspector in Moldova’s Customs Service and taught Communication and Branding at the Institute of Sciences in Education. Ms. Gherman earned a master’s degree in Management from the Moldovan Academy of Public Administration and a bachelor’s degree in foreign languages from Balti State University. She speaks Romanian, Russian, French, and English.