Kristina Miletić currently coordinates the Western Balkans, Eastern and Central Africa, West Africa and Southern Africa regions at the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) and supports the Peace Education and the Improving Practice Working Group. In this capacity, she is responsible for stakeholder engagement, promoting cross-regional learning exchange between peacebuilders, and facilitating research projects. For example, Kristina oversaw three research projects which reviewed the progress on SDG16+ in Cameroon (2019), Ghana (2019) and Uganda (2020) as well as established collaborative relationships with UNDP in-country teams, EU delegations, and national governments. As part of the EU-funded "Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding" project (2015-2017), she contributed to the reporting process and liaised with the ten consortium partners, external stakeholders and policymakers (EU DEVCO, EEAS, NATO) and EU delegations in four countries: Mali, Yemen, Georgia and Ukraine. Prior to joining GPPAC, she worked with the Italian Atlantic Committee as a Researcher by conducting research and analysis related to politics and current issues in the Western Balkans. Kristina holds a Master's degree in European and International Policies and Crisis Management from the University of Rome "La Sapienza". While a scholar of the “Experiencing Europe: Serbian Young Professionals in Austria - Zoran Djindjic Program”, she interned at the Interkulturelles Zentrum, a civil society Organization based in Vienna, where she was involved in projects on improving youth participation. Her area of interest is: international organisations, project coordination, civil society roles in peacebuilding, political research and analyses, and international relations. She speaks English, Serbian, Italian and Dutch.