Sinimaaria Ranki works as a Leading Specialist in the Lifelong learning project. She is responsible for analysing the overall funding of lifelong learning and working with stakeholders to support the process of shaping the principles that will guide funding in the future.
Sinimaaria’s expertise stems from her career as an economist, a role in which she researched and taught international economics, as well as directorial positions in the higher education sector, where she led various change projects. In the spirit of lifelong learning, she has complemented her doctoral degree in economics by studying communication and psychology as well as engaging in research in strategic management.
Contact Sinimaaria if you want to exchange ideas on the global dynamics of competence-driven economic growth from the macroeconomic, organisational and individual perspectives.
In her free time, Sinimaaria plays floorball as a goalie and she also enjoys tennis. In summer, you’re most likely to find her doing yardwork at her summer house.