Members

 

CED's regulars:

The Center for Education and Development's (CED) members are the main driver of the organization's many activities taking place in the region and the state in general. Highly competent experts, from various fields, compose our team and their capacities can meet the needs of all our beneficiaries, while simultaneously taking global and regional changes and trends into context.

From the beginning CED has had a clear institutional mission and vision of action in society and promotion of positive social change, a vision of young people with enhanced capacities, knowledge, skills and able contribute to their future. CED's staff are its most influential and crucial aspect of its successful projects.  Qualified members who are motivated to work with young people ease our burden of project implementation. All of CED's members are at their core, people who want to contribute to change. They have all participated in CED-organized trainings and directly contribute to create projects that both promote their personal values and the organization's values.

Now let's meet the members.  

 

Members of CED

Radmila Radmila Serafimoska

 Project assistant

Radmila has been working in the field of education for more than 7 years. She has a BA of Arts (English Language and Literature) and MA in Education (Pedagogy) and is a certified teacher of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. She works as a teacher in a primary and secondary school in Tetovo, teaching English language and Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Radmila is passionate about learning languages: proficient in English, Russian, German, and Spanish and currently learning Turkish. Additionally, she is certified court translator and works in this field as a freelancer. Radmila has been part of many projects as a coordinator, supervisor, and interpreter in regards to employment, self-employment, entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, critical and creative thinking, creative teaching and innovation, and migration. She has been part of CED as project assistant and is an aspiring trainer.


 

Ronan

 

Ronan Kennedy

Peace Corps Volunteer

Ronan Kennedy is a Peace Corps volunteer from Los Angeles, California. As he completed two undergraduate degrees at the University of Montana, Missoula in History and German, in addition to a minor in European Studies, Ronan applied to join the Peace Corps as a Community Development Associate. His desires to work with underserved populations, and to learn more about intercultural competence motivated him to apply for a post in North Macedonia. In the past, he has worked at children’s shelters, been a martial arts coach and a fitness coach. His most recent work experiences include helping construct a driver’s ed curriculum for refugees at a local NGO and working at a children’s shelter for emotionally disturbed or abandoned children in Montana.

 

 


Selena
 
Selena Langstaff
ADICE Volunteer
Selena Langstaff is a volunteer from Lille, France. With her Masters degree in visual arts, experience with OXFAM, experience as a graphic designer for Potatoit, and numerous experiences in Japan, France, Madagascar, Reunion Island, and Scotland, Selena comes to CED with a creative approach and prepared to work in CED's intercultural setting and capabilities. Her passions include drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, and numerous other visual arts. 

 

 

 


ArditaAsani
 
Ardita Asani
Project Coordinator
Ardita is currently a fifth-year Medicine Student at the University of Tetovo, but is extensively involved in the NGO sector in the northwestern part of Macedonia, working with the Rotaract Club and women’s forum in Tetovo in addition to CED. Her passions and interests involve clinical psychology, psychiatry, and gender dynamics. She has great competencies in translation, project design and management, and youth training.

 

 


Yllza Yllza Eshtrefi

 Volunteer

I am Yllza Eshtrefi from Pershefce/Tetovo. Now I’m studying in high school called “Kiril Pejcinoviq”-Tetovo. I’m part of CED since August 2017. First, I participated on summer camp in Children’s Village Pestalozzi, in Trogen/Switzerland. There we learned lot of things about everything. 6 workshops: Learning Democracy, Migrations, Conflicts, Child Rights, and Anti-Discrimination. Such an amazing experience.

Then I helped on some projects in CED, like Beans Day etc..

Also I was part of training for career counseling, where we learned how to find a job, how to write a CV, to meet new people etc.

 

  


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Muhamet Useini

Volunteer

 Muhamet is a young volunteer living in Tearce and attending his first year at "Mosha Pijade " secondary school in Tetovo. He has participated in CED's Beans Day, Eco Day, and other local projects. While he is quite young, he has potential to be developed as an English speaker, a volunteer, and a member of the organization.