Ms. Ajeti is a dynamic leader with over ten years of experience in project management, private
sector development, as well as policy and strategy development. She has interacted intensively with
the private sector, national and local government, Balkan diaspora networks, international donors,
including European Commission (EC), and IFIs – especially throughout her work at the MEF, where
she successfully concluded Kosovo’s membership to the IMF and World Bank on 29th of June 2009.
She holds an MBA and has developed and managed over 18 projects of different sizes, including
donor funded projects. Some of the projects demonstrating her strong management background
are: a $1.1 million LEAP in Kosovo, financed by Sida, a EUR 129,800 Feasibility Study for e-
governance and IT investments financed by the World Bank, a EUR 300,000 Economic Development
project financed by the EC. She has also developed and managed a great deal of projects and
increased the client base by 50 % in her role as a Director of Consulting Practice at Novus. Currently,
she serves as the markets and export manager at the $ 13.9 million USAID EMPOWER Private Sector
project in Kosovo, where she identifies sales agents for export products and connects Kosovo
businesses with new markets. The project has thus far created 4480 jobs for Kosovars.
Apart from English, she speaks both Albanian and Bosnian, her native languages, and most of the
Slavic Languages, as well as Turkish and Spanish.