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George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
-M.A. Global Affairs-Grad,
Graduation date: May 2014
Specialization in Global Economics & Development
GPA 3.67
-B.A. Global Affairs, with a Minor in Conflict Analysis & Resolution
Graduation date: August 2012
Double Concentration in International Development and Global Governance
GPA 3.17

Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, and Montenegrin (Fluent both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets)
English (Fluent)
Spanish (Advanced)
Macedonian and Slovenian (Intermediate)

Study Abroad, GMU Center for Global Education, Habana, Cuba, Winter 2014
Received 3 credits while taking a two-week course on foreign trade and investment
Conducted empirical research and analysis on economic reform, economic transition, and social
inequality in Cuba for course research paper
Gained a ground level perspective on the current economic situation, as well as the countrys
emerging economic transition within the context of globalization

Study Abroad, GMU Center for Global Education, Tbilisi, Georgia, Summer 2013
Received 3 credits while taking a two-week course on economic development in the Caucasus.
Compiled research on policy reforms, democratic consolidation, and economic growth for course
research project
Broadened understanding of global theories from the perspective of a small, developing nation.

Internship Abroad, NALED (National Alliance for Local Economic Development), Belgrade and
Sombor, Serbia, July August 2011
Gained a deeper understanding of local development, rule of law, governance, and civil society
sectors in Serbia
Compiled research and analyzed data related to FDI and economic development
Worked at the Office of Local Economic Development in Sombors main city government
building to help promote foreign investment, encourage business-guided policy reforms, and
build municipal capacity
Assisted in translating investment guides, pamphlets, and web pages for local city government in

Research Associate, Serbian Institute, Washington, DC, November 2014 present
501 (c)(3) nonprofit think-tank whose mission is to educate the public and promote a better
understanding of Balkan issues
-Helping to create forum in order to gather the Serbian diaspora in the US
-Reaching out to young local Serbs through social media and by compiling research on different
issues of interest for the Serbian diaspora
-Researching accurate information on the number of Serbs living throughout different cities in the
US in order to improve lobby tactics among the Serbian community

Account Manager, Nova Digitus LLC, Washington, DC, December 2012 present
Small tech startup specializing in search engine marketing and web Analytics services
-Began working as a Sales Associate, signing new clients and attending networking events as well
as investment meetings
-Promoted to Account Manager after one year
-Managing relationship with clients and administrative tasks
-Working as a liaison between customer support and sales team
-Gaining valuable experience in client account management and administration, cultivating and
maintaining productive contacts for new business

Face-to-Face Fundraiser, USA for UNHCR, Washington, DC, September November 2014
501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that supports the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
-Community outreach and fundraising through street, mall, and residential canvassing
-Already on track to being promoted to Team Leader after first month of work (an average of 8
sustainable donors signed a week)
-Organizing donor paperwork, thank-you cards, and handling other various administrative tasks

Deans List, George Mason University
-Spring semester 2009 (GPA 3.8)
-Fall semester 2010 (GPA 3.5)
Student Government (Fall 2009 Spring 2010)
-Elected Student Senator sophomore year
-Member of Student Services Committee
-Directly involved with student affairs, helping manage SGA budget and organize events
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) alumnus
-Member of honor society
-Inducted after maintaining above a 3.4 GPA freshman year of undergraduate studies
-Participated in numerous community service events and academic activities organized by the
GMU chapter
Eta Chi Chapter, Theta Chi Fraternity
-Scholarship Chair/Librarian: 2009-2011
-Recruitment Chair: 2008-2009 & 2011
-Social Chair: 2009-2010
-Participated, as well as helped plan and organize multiple on-campus philanthropies

Excellent analytical, research and writing skills
Excellent computer skills: proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and internet
Strong communication, written and oral skills with an ability to work on multiple projects
Knowledge of mediation and conflict resolution techniques