The Goldin Institute is staffed by a diverse group of talented and committed individuals around the world working towards a common goal of creating real local and global change rooted in the power of communities determining their own futures.
Anisa Fejzo
Project Manager, Projekto te Ardhmen ne Kohe

Anisa has been working as an English teacher in a Junior High School since 2015 where she acts as an advocate for children and the community in Albania. She assists international school programs with creative projects, contributes to program planning, and intercultural collaborations with different schools and students from around the world. Anisa utilizes her skills in graphic design and social media to support better facilitation in her work. She is a certified trainer and facilitator in developing human rights narratives to counter hate speech and volunteers for ‘The Invisible ForeWomen’ and in Peace and Conflict Education for International Dialogue. Anisa is also a certified educator in Climate Education, a qualified Youth Leader, a United People Global (UPG) trainer in Education, Children and Youth, and a UPG certified Biashara Entrepreneur.