Anesa Colakovic was born in Kosovo; she is a World Learning and Fulbright alumna in the United States of America, Schusterman scholar
in Israel, Rotarian in India, German Marshall Fund alumna in Poland, Forbes 30 Under 30 semi-finalist, and Disruptive Innovator semi-finalist at
Stanford University in California, USA. The concept of development runs through her veins. She has experience in setting up both organizations and
businesses with a strong social focus. For 12 years, she has led numerous projects/events/ campaigns for social inclusion and community development in Kosovo, Serbia, and the United States. She enjoys working on business development ideas and start-ups, which promote economic development and employment of marginalized communities, minority groups, youth, women, and people with special needs. Previously, she worked in international organizations and government institutions. She is the founder of Education Innovators Kosovo non-profit working in promoting education, innovation, and technology. Within Education Innovation Kosovo, she is working on the peace-building projects in partnership with prestigious U.S. universities. Her free time she dedicates to learning language, traveling, reading, and dancing. She has a bachelor in Economics and Public Policy and a minor in International Relations from Rochester Institute of Technology, USA and a Master in International Development from Ohio University, USA.
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