Drilona Emrullahu is a Research Associate at the Duke Center for International Development, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University. She previously ran a successful consulting firm (RTC Consulting) in her home country of Kosovo. Alongside developing, leading and running the business and the dedicated RTC team, Drilona also played a key role in winning, running and successfully managing 37 research and other projects for international development agencies, government institutions, the private sector, business associations and NGOs. She also had worked as an intern with the UNDP Human Development Report office in NY, served as TA for Policy Analysis for Development and served as the graduate student representative on the Sanford School of Public Policy’s Board of Visitors during her graduate studies at Duke. Drilona has her BA in International Business from Richmond University in London and her Masters in International Development Policy (MIDP) from Duke University.
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