Kristina Angelevska is a program assistant at the Macedonian-American Alumni Association and a Digital Young Leader in Foreign and Security Policy through the Global Fellowship Initiative at the Geneva Center for Security Policy. Her professional work and academic interests focus on gender inclusivity in peacebuilding and inclusive conflict engagement with a particular focus on social division and social transformation of identities in the restorative cycle of post-conflict resocialization. Her research interests include gender inclusivity, structural and institutional barriers of gender equality, social division, hyper masculinity and social transformation. She is responsible for supporting the President of the Macedonian-American Alumni Association in events planning and management of programming initiatives. She serves as primary liaison of MAAA and the Exchanges and Alumni Coordinator at the U.S. Embassy in Skopje. She assists with inquiries related to alumni engagement and programs and maintains a database and registration of alumni members of exchange programs conducted through the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). Kristina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Language and Literature from Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje and she is an Alumna of the Community Solutions Program, U.S. Department of State sponsored program and has recently conducted a fellowship at the Women and Gender Studies Department at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Prior to joining the Macedonian- American Alumni Association, she worked as a youth development facilitator at Youth Association YMCA and as Host Family/Cultural Assistant and Programming and Training Intern at Peace Corps North Macedonia. Her native language is Macedonian and she is fluent in English and Spanish.
Ms Kristina Angelevska
Programme Assistant, Macedonian-American Alumni Association (MAAA)
4 March 2021