Gresë Sermaxhaj is an graduate with Honors from the University of Prishtina, Kosovo, in the Department of Political Science with background in public relations and communications.
For over three years, she worked as Public Relations Coordinator at Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN), the country’s oldest women’s rights organization. She was engaged as a freelance writer for International Magazine Youth Time based in Prague, Czech Republic.
She has experience organizing outreach campaigns, drafting communication strategies, and writing feature and success stories. Currently, Gresë is studying Public & Media Relations at the College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL, as a scholarship holder from the U.S. Department of State, through the Community College Initiative Program (CCI).
As part of the Goldin Institute, she highlights international fellows’ success stories. Gresë is a passionate feminist with a fondness for writing and movies.
“Being part of the wonderful and diverse team of the Goldin Institute equips me with first-hand knowledge of how the Goldin Institute connects, supports, and tells the stories of grassroots leaders worldwide. It also immerses me in the working culture and day-to-day life in the United States.”