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Ina Gjikondi is the Manager of Municipal Programs of The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (CEPL).She started working with the Center in June 2008 as a Graduate Assistant while attending her studies at the Graduate School of Political Management. Prior to working with CEPL, Ina was the UNAA Executive Director and Partner at Management & Consulting Ltd Firm in Tirana, Albania.
She comes from a non-profit background and was actively involved in the United Nations movement in Albania, her home country. After working for Citizens Youth Commission, Municipality of Tirana and exploring policy-making in local government, she founded the United Nations Association of Albania (UNAA) in June 2004, joining the World Federation of United Nations and representing the UN voice of civil society in the country. Advocating for an intergeneration society, including elderly, young people and women in Albania has always been a priority for Ina.
Ina holds the Bachelor of Arts degree in Law from Tirana University, Albania and the Master of Professional Studies in Political Management from The George Washington University, Graduate School of Political Management, Washington DC.
Carla Reed a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, works for America’s Promise Alliance as a Human Resources assistant and Program Coordinator for the Partnerships and Programs division. Reed was attracted to America’s Promise because of its commitment to raising awareness of youth related issues through multi-tiered partnerships as well as their desire to encourage community service on national level. She received a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Spanish from Sewanee: The University of the South in 2008. While at Sewanee, she worked with admissions staff to help promote diversity on campus, studied abroad in Madrid, Spain with the Sewanee Semester in Spain program, received funding for a self proposed internship with the Arkansas Supreme Court, and traveled abroad with the Sewanee Outreach program on an international service trip to Monteverde, Costa Rica.