She is a gender specialist, a feminist activist and an independent journalist. She has eight years of experience in the civil society sector and the media. She has worked for several projects in the local NGOs as a researcher and project manager, namely on anti-corruption, election processes, and human rights. Gender issues are the focal point of her work; gender perspetive in the election and political processes, mainstreaming gender in policies and working places, women’s reproductive rights, gender representation in the media, LGBTQ+, and other related issues that cover the politics of gender and sexuality. She is a regular contributor to Prishtina Insight where she writes on politics and society from the gender and human rights perspective. Her articles have also been published in Kosovo2.0, sbunker, and Reuters. She is a master graduate in Cultural Studies from the College University of Hedmark in Norway and a bachelor in English Language and Literature from the University of Prishtina. Her native language is Albanian and she is fluent in written and spoken English. She was a fellow at Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence (2017); a K2.0 Human Rights Journalism Fellowship program fellow (2019); a participant in the IVLP: Women Leaders – Promoting Peace and Security by the U.S. Department of State.