25 Alumni for CEU's 25th Anniversary

In honor of CEU's 25th anniversary, SPP features 25 policy alumni from all over the world. Keep checking this page as we post more alumni profiles throughout the year!

Alin Chindea Romania UNHCR Global Learning Centre, Budapest, Hungary
Anasztázia Nagy Hungary Roma Education Fund, Budapest, Hungary
Ashley Quisol USA Morgan Stanley, Budapest, Hungary
Bilal Aurang Zeb Durrani Pakistan UNICEF, New York, USA
Ezra Chiloba Kenya Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, Nairobi, Kenya
James Nyomakwa–Obimpeh Ghana University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany
Liana Aghabekyan Armenia OSCE, Yerevan, Armenia
Linda Austere Latvia The State Chancellery of Latvia, Riga
Maha A. Eskander Iraq Iraq Administrative Reform Project, Chicago, United States
Maya Koleva Bulgaria Commetric, Sofia, Bulgaria
Minhua Lin China Guangzhou Academy of Social Sciences, Guangzhou, China
Mladen Joksic Serbia Council on Foreign Relations, New York, NY, United States
Nato Kurshitashvili Georgia European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), London, United Kingdom
Neliza Noble Macapayag Philippines Senate of the Philippines
Nicolás Torres Vieira Chile Atlas Corps Fellow, Washington D.C., USA
Paulo Rebêlo Brazil Paradox Zero, Recife, Brazil
Philippe-Edner Apostol-Marius USA New York State Senate, Albany, NY, USA
Radka Pudilova Czech Republic Open Society Fund Prague
Rania Salah Seddik Egypt GebRaa – Egyptian Handcrafted Treasures, Cairo, Egypt
Raquel Asencios Peru Save the Children International, Lima, Peru
Rodrigo Avila Mexico Mexico’s Minister of the Interior
Rumbidzai M. Masango Zimbabwe International Service for Human Rights (ISHR), Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
Sandhya Chandrasekharan India Centre for Biodiversity Policy and Law, Chennai, India
Simona Torotcoi Romania Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
William Mangimela Zambia Ministry of Health, Lusaka, Zambia