Codruta is the founder and festival director of ARTmania, one of Romania's most established events with its 15th edition scheduled for 2022 (after two years of hiatus due to Covid 19 restrictions), promoting mainly rock and metal acts. She is also director and founder of Blaj aLive Festival, launched in 2013, which focuses on alternative and electronic music. These two boutique festivals are hosted in Transylvania, the central, historical region of Romania. In 2017, Codruta and her team launched the East European Music Conference & Showcase Festival with the aim of starting a healthy debate between the Romanian music private sector, international experts and the state authorities, in the context of a market that has witnessed extremely rapid growth in recent years. In 2019, Codruta was contracted by the Romanian Greek Catholic Church to plan and organize the Sunday Mass held by Pope Francis during his historic visit To Romania, on June 02, on the Liberty Field. Raised in the spirit of art and with passion of music, Codruta holds a Master Degree in Art Photography and Art History, from the National University of Arts in Bucharest. In 2017 she started her doctoral research which will see her examine “Festival culture and public policies at national & European level”. She is also the President of AROC – Romanian Association of Promoters of Concerts and Cultural Events.