CPI welcomes the inaugural class of Innovation Fellows
We are pleased to announce the inaugural class of the CPI Innovation Fellows.
22 July 2020
The CPI Innovation Fellows Program is designed to enable aspiring policy practitioners from the Western Balkans to gain exposure to the field of public sector innovation, complement their university learning with practical professional experience, and learn the fundamentals of innovation methods.
The Fellowship represents one of the ways in which the CPI strives to lay the foundations for the emergence of a culture of innovation in public policymaking in the region and contribute to better outcomes for its citizens, at a time of growing socio-economic challenges.
Over the course of their three months with the CPI, Fellows will be engaged in various policy, strategic and operational activities and benefit from a full array of professional development opportunities.
Following a highly competitive selection, we are delighted to welcome fourteen Fellows to join the CPI team:
Art Alishani, Kosovo
Aleksa Antić, Serbia
Ema Baraku, Kosovo
Damir Dizdarević, Serbia
Anxhela Doku, Albania
Isidora Dragićević, Serbia
Emela Fazlić, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Agnesa Jashari, Kosovo
Leonita Krasniqi, Kosovo
Jelena Lacmanović, Montenegro
Božana Mašanović, Montenegro
Jovana Perovska, North Macedonia
Daniel Prroni, Albania
Qendrim Uka, Kosovo
The Fellows’ profiles demonstrate the breadth of experience and passions they bring to the CPI. We welcome this talented group of next-generation policy practitioners and look forward to seeing the fruits of our joint work in the months to come.