Teodora Krumova is a Roma activist and teacher from Bulgaria. She holds an MA in history and archaeology from Veliko Turnovo University, Bulgaria, and an MA in medieval studies from Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. Teodora Krumova is a Program Director of Center Amalipe in Bulgaria and one of the co-authors of the Roma Culture Classes Program, which is being implemented in more than 250 Bulgarian schools and the program “Every student can be a winner”. The latter aims at reducing to minimum the drop-out rate of Roma children, changing the school environment into a motivating one and fostering active student participation, empowerment and capacity building so that even children from the most marginalized communities can develop their potential and turn into winners. She has also written a number of publications on Roma history and culture, textbooks on Roma culture, monitoring and evaluation reports on Roma-oriented policies and impact of national and European policies on the Roma community, and other scholarly publications.