Kosta Barjaba

Dean of the School of Political Sciences, the Mediterranean University of Albania

Kosta Barjaba is a native of Saranda, Albania. He earned a BA in Political Science in 1984, a PhD in Sociology in 1989 and a Law degree in 2000 from the University of Tirana. In 1999, Barjaba was appointed to a professorship from the University of Shkodra. In June 2005, he received a Mid-Career Master’s in Public Administration from the Kennedy School. Since graduating from Harvard, Barjaba worked as adviser to the Minister of Finance, as the president of the University of Durres in Albania, and as chief of staff to the Minister of Labor.

Genti Miho

MC/MPA 2012

Born and raised in Shkoder, Genti enrolled in the Mason Fellows/Mid-Career Master in Public Administration program in June 2011.  He holds a B.A. in Business Administration from the American University in Bulgaria and an M.B.A. from INSEAD (France/Singapore).

Dritan Prifti

Member of the Albanian Parliament

Prifti studied English literature at the University of Tirana and earned his MBA from the University of New Mexico. He obtained a Mid-Career Master’s in Public Administration from the Kennedy School in June 2000. Prifti has served as chief of staff to the Ministers of Finance and Labor, as general director of the Albanian Elector-Energy Corporation and as Minister of Energy in Albania.
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Milan Kondić

MPP 2013

Born in Banja Luka, Milan enrolled in the Master in Public Policy program in September 2011.  He graduated with a B.Sc. in International Business from Pepperdine University in California.
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jelena Sesar

Field Director, USAID-Development Alternatives Inc.

Sesar, a native of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, completed the Mason fellows/Mid-career Masters in Public Administration program in 2009. She holds a BA in political Science and History from Purdue University and an MA in Southeast European Studies from the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. Prior to HKS, she served as a political advisor for security sector issues in the Office of the High Representative (OHR) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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