Anna Peychev is a Visiting Fellow at the Martens Centre. She is an expert on Economic and Monetary Union governance, specifically the European Semester and the European Central Bank. Anna is due to obtain her doctoral degree from Kent Law School, University of Kent, with her research analysing the legislative aftermath of the EU sovereign debt crisis. Previously, she earned an LL.M. in International Law at the Brussels School of International Studies and a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Calgary, Canada. Beyond academia, Anna has been active in the political sector in Bulgaria, where she consulted and managed election campaigns.