Arta Ramadani: Journalist and Author reflects on past, present and future
Arta Ramadani is an award-winning German TV journalist and author of Kosovar descent. Ramadani spent her childhood in Prishtina and later grew up in Germany. She has now found herself in Mainz, currently working at Europe’s largest TV station ZDF. It doesn’t stop there. Ramadani is also the author of the young adult book, “The journey to the first kiss: a Kosovar in Kreuzberg.”
Dr. Kadriu’s Successful Landing at the Forefront of Science
Within the corpus of inspiring articles about successful professionals from Kosovo, the story of Dr. Kadriu is a must.
Suzanna Shkreli gives a voice to the voiceless with her motivation and success
Suzanna believes that the role of the diaspora in America and abroad should be to create organizational support for Albanians across the world to advance in all areas of life such as growing businesses or running for public office.
From Prishtina to London: Visar Statovci’s First Office Was In A Hallway
Creativity works in mysterious ways. It can be found in the most conventional of places, but also in the most unusual of places. Visar Statovci, born and raised in Prishtina, was merely 13 years old when he first became interested in the field of design.
Emanuel Bajra: Efforts from a Banking Professional in the UK to Help Develop the Economy of Kosovo
Born in Kosovo and raised in the United Kingdom – Mr. Emanuel Bajra shares how he kept Kosovo and the British Albanian community at heart while becoming a successful banker, a writer, and a civil activist. Kosovodiaspora has chosen Mr. Bajra as a representative of a multitude of values that individuals from the diaspora bring to both host countries and their country of origin. Mr. Bajra currently works for the Lloyds Bank and shares with us the diverse spheres of life he engages in daily, proving once again that hard work and dedication are a key to integration and a successful life.
Cultural Diplomacy: The Albanian-British Festival of Culture held in London
The Albanian-British Festival of Culture held key events across London from May 28th to July 4th 2015. The annual festival hosted by the Albanian Embassy in London, brings together cultures and is a great opportunity to engage in interactive discussions and talks. The festival organiser, His Excellency Mr. Mal Berisha, during his diplomatic career in the United Kingdom has encouraged an open and connected community that embraces multiculturalism and diversity in the vibrant city of London.