After accomplishing bachelor´s degree, she worked for different iNGOs with a focus on child protection, psychosocial support, and social cohesion in Turkey.
In 2019, with the support of European Commission, she is selected for European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations (EMMIR). For two years she lived in four different countries and acquired a joint diploma from four different universities in Germany, Norway, Uganda, and Slovenia.
Besides this journey, since 2014, Beybin is a trainer specialized in migration and intercultural education. She is also interested in designing intercultural learning games, and she published a book chapter and an article about utilizing gamification to promote interculturalism in Humanitarian Organizations. In 2020, she is awarded in Germany by DAAD for her outstanding achievements and contribution in intercultural relations.
Beybin is currently living in Brussels. She is working as an education programme coordinator for a European organization meanwhile working as an independent learning experience designer and facilitator.
In order to develop quality and diversity of her work, she is participating in various trainings. She is interested in arts-based research methods, critical pedagogies, and participatory leadership skills. She combines her academic and field experiences with certain methodologies to design creative and comprehensive learning experiences. She designs workshops, develops modules, and facilitates trainings for adults, youth and organizations.
Besides all those professional words, Beybin is watching movies until she starves, systematically manipulating her friends to play the longest board games, getting totally wasted in music festivals and mostly sleeping in French classes.