Aleksandra Markovich is a technical manager and her portfolio includes democracy, human rights and governance, analytics, facilitation, training, social inclusion, conflict sensitivity and organizational development work. She chairs MSI’s Facilitators Community of Practice, which is dedicated to enhancing staff facilitation skills. Her seven years of experience includes time in Afghanistan, Serbia and South Sudan on projects promoting local governance and community development, democracy and human rights and sustainable return and reintegration. Aleksandra has worked with a range of clients, including USAID, UNHCR, and CIDA, to design training curricula on democracy, human rights and governance and organizational development issues, provide social inclusion strategies, conduct capacity development workshops and facilitate strategic planning retreats. She has a master’s degree in public policy and human development from Maastricht University and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Pennsylvania.