Ekspert i Migrimit dhe Edukimit/ Menaxher Projekti
Bernard Zeneli is a specialist in development work that leads to growth and advances policy processes, education, and creativity in Southeast Europe by using people skills, engaging migrants and diaspora communities, and mobilizing young people for change. He is currently engaged in educational assessments and training processes and methodologies. Bernard is developing Multi-Stakeholder Dialogues around the issue of transferring migration and diaspora management to the local level of governing in cooperation with GIZ and GFA in Albania. With local NGOs in Albania and Kosovo, he is developing new ways of teaching and learning in hybrid environments, including leadership training for local government in Kosovo and training of women seeking to run for political offices in national and local elections. Bernard is a Fulbright Scholar, in Political Science and Policy Analysis at Northeastern University in Boston. He holds a bachelor's degree in Teaching English as a Second Language from the Foreign Languages Faculty of the University of Tirana and a Master of Arts in Political Science from Northeastern University. Zeneli has specialized training in teaching, policy analysis, and management and teaches courses and modules on comparative politics and methodologies of research.