Doctor of Culture Studies, whose dissertation is on the topic "The Role of Communication Strategies in Multicultural Societies: Case Study of the Ohrid Framework Agreement". She obtained her master’s degree at the Institute for Security, Defence and Peace at the Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje, and has a postgraduate degree in Diplomacy from the University of Malta. Graduated in the interdisciplinary studies in Journalism at the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje. Marina Tuneva has been Executive Director of the Council of Media Ethics of Macedonia since 2015. Since 2008, she has been a lecturer at the School of Journalism and Public Relations. As an expert in the field of public relations, diversity reporting, intercultural communication and ethics in journalism, she is actively involved in developing curricula and projects in these areas in the country and internationally. She is the author of the publications "Media, Citizens and Intercultural Communications", "Diversity Reporting Handbook", "Introduction to Public Relations" and "How to Contact the Media".