Chapter Leader

Greece, Hui (Eric) Li (BUSI '13)

Hui (Eric) Li received an MBA from CEU and Emory University Goizueta Business School. He is currently Founder and Managing Director at Hellenic Investment Fund in Athens, Greece, where he develops real estate and assists investors interested in permanent residence in Greece. Eric has previously served as Alumni Chapter Leader in China. 

Why does he volunteer for CEU?

North Macedonia, Dragana Urumovska (NATI '18)

Dragana holds a bachelor degree in Communications and Public Relations from the International Balkan University in Skopje. Her research focused on the intersection between media, ethnicity and education in (ethnically) divided society. To expand her research she enrolled and graduated from the Department of Nationalism Studies at CEU in 2018. She has also worked on a research related with nation building, transnationalism and diaspora.

North Macedonia, Dimitar Nikolovski (POLS '10)

Dimitar Nikolovski is the Executive Director of the Center for European Strategies-Eurothink. He is currently enrolled in a PhD program at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, Poland with a research focus on populism and civil society in South-Eastern Europe. He acquired a vast research experience by working as a researcher in several think-tank organizations in North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Hungary.

Germany, Zorana Gajic (POLS '97)

Zorana Gajic (MA, PolSci 1997) is working as Program Analyst within the Open Society Initiative for Europe (OSIFE) in the Open Society Foundations (OSF) hub office in Berlin. Zorana’s expertise is focused on the Western Balkans. She has over 25 years of experience as program manager in several international organizations, including the OSF (Higher Education Support Program), World Bank / IFC (Regulatory Reform in Serbia), and USAID and EU funded projects in the Western Balkans.

Why does she volunteer for CEU?

Netherlands, Eylem Nazli Tasdemir (GENS '17)

Eylem Nazlı Tasdemir (GENS ’17) has over six years of professional experience across the private sector, civil society, and higher education, where she initiated and organized large-scale, cause-oriented projects, and collaborated with a wide array of internal and external stakeholders. Prior to moving to the Netherlands in October 2020, Eylem worked for four years as the Senior Program Officer at Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul, one of nine global centers of Columbia University established to address global challenges, and advance knowledge and its exchange.